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Home Economics Objective Questions

1. Adolescent boys and girls are usually very active, so their meals should be rich in…. giving foods.
A. active B. energy C. protein D. vitamins

2. Uche had running stomach because she ate food that was….
A. contaminated. B. hygienic. C. properly cooked. D. steamed.

3. Wash every fruit properly before consuming it to avoid food….
A. contamination. B. digestion C. good health. D. hygiene.

4. Measurers or scale of quality, quantity and method of goal attainment are referred to as….
A. ends. B. goals. C. objectives. D. standards.

5. Decision making occurs when there are ….to choose from.
A. less than one situation B. more than one situation
C. one action D. up to one situation

6. One disadvantage of using drafted pattern is….
A. any body can draft a suitable pattern. B. can be adapted to any type of style.
C. does not require special skill to draft. D. it is expensive.

7. Forming a personal routine for keeping yourself clean, neat, and attractive is referred to as good…
A. bath. B. growth. C. grooming. D. hygiene

8. The two sets of teeth human beings grow are the …. and ….teeth.
A. children and adult B. first second C. foster and permanent D. milk and permanent

9. For healthy teeth we need….
A. chloride. B. fluoride. C. nutried. D. nutrient.

10. Which of the food nutrient supply the body with heat and energy?
A. Carbohydrates and calcium B. Carbohydrates and fats
C. Minerals and fats D. Oils and vitamins

11. That which helps digestion and bowel movement is
A. Minerals B. Proteins C. Roughage D. Starch

12. Family needs are classified into two:
A. Primary and immediate B. Primary and secondary
C. Primary and tertiary D. Secondary and immediate

13. Human resource is classified into….
A. five B. four C. three D. two

14. Which of the following is not a human resources?
A. Attitude B. Energy C. Knowledge D. Money

15. An indigenous cosmetic that smoothens the skin when applied is called
A. Camwood B. Lali C. Nzu D. Tangere

16. Cloths should not be store damp or in a damp place in other to prevent the close from been attacked by
A. Ant B. Moths C. Mildew D, Rat

17. One of the tools is not used for taking body measurements.
A. French curve B. Paper C. Pencil D. String

18. The signs of HIV/AIDS include the following except..
A. diarrhea. B. rashes on the body. C. weight loss. D. vomiting.

19. HIV/AIDS is mainly contracted through…
A. eating together with an infected person. B. handshake.
C. sex with infected person. D. touching the infected person.

20. A protective cloth that covers the front part of our clothes and uses ties around the waist is….
A. apron. B. batik C. fringe mat. D. napkin.

21. Which area of Home economics teaches a child about knitting and crocheting….
A. child development. B. clothing and textile.
C. family living. D. home management.

22. The basic sewing stitches are grouped into….
A. back and running stitches. B. embroidery.
C. permanent and back. D. permanent and temporary.


Home Economics Theory Questions

1. State two ways by which hair infection can be prevented.

2. (a) List four snacks.
(b) List three items that can be used to pack snacks and drinks.

3. (a) Explain the term Home Economics.
(b) Enumerate the three (3) main areas of Home Economics that are taught in your state.
(c) Mention three (3) subject Home Economics drew knowledge from.

4. (a) Explain the meaning of family resources.
(b) Enumerate five (5) types of Human resources.
(c) Define possessions.

5. (a) State four (4) conditions that are necessary for child development.
(b) List two (2) materials and tools for making a round cap.


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