Classwork Series and Exercises{Mathematics – JSS1}: Simple Equations

JSS 1 Mathematics Third Term Week 3


Do you go blank when you see x, y and z in mathematics? Well, this is your abc to solving equations.

Solving simple equations

In an equation, letters stand for a missing number. To solve an equation, find the […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Biology SS2}: Estuarine Habitats

Biology SS 2 Week 4

Topic: Estuarine Habitats



Estuarine habitat is a body of water formed at the coast as a result of the action of tides which mix salt water from sea with fresh water from the land. The mixing of salt water and […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Civic Education – SS1}: Fundamental Human Rights

Civic Education, SS1, Week 4

Topic: Fundamental Human Rights


Meaning of Fundamental Human Rights
Classification / categories of Human Rights

Meaning of Fundamental Human Rights

The fundamental right that humans have by the fact of being human, and that are neither created nor can be abrogated by any government.

Classwork Series and Exercises {Computer Science – SS1}: Input Devices

Topic: Input Devices

Input devices are equipment used to get instructions into the computer. It takes in data (facts) and instructions in a suitable form.

Types of input devices

Card reader
Light pen
Digital camera e.t.c

Keyboard: This is the most important input device used when working with a computer. It is used to type […]

The 4 Types of People To Surround Yourself With For Success

As humans, we do not live in isolation, and neither does success happen in a vacuum. In reality, there are a number of factors that lead to the success of an entrepreneur. Hard work and drive are always necessary for entrepreneurial success, but your success can also be greatly driven by other people.

Brain Teaser: How Many Squares Can You See?

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LIBERIA: Country Formed By Freed Slaves & Whose Capital Is Named For an American President

I take it for granted that you already know some facts about Liberia. Like the one about her capital being Monrovia; that her President is Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and that one of her citizens, George Oppong Weah is the only African footballer to have won the World and European Footballer of the Year […]

So Tell Me, Where Do All That Beach Sand Come From?

The sand you see on beaches is from broken down rocks along with some fragments of shelled sea creatures and other biomass as well as sediments from inland areas that have been ground to very fine particles, tossed up by the waves, carried by rivers and streams, and collected.

Those grains of […]

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Forget About Scarcity, Learn All The Facts About Tomatoes

It is only fitting that we talk about this fruit (yes it is, in case you didn’t know), seeing how we are currently in the middle of a tomato drought in Nigeria, one so bad that the Federal Government had to declare a state of emergency in the affected states!

So, what […]

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