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Write ups by Year 2(2019) sets

Updated: Mar 22, 2022

Riddles

1. What goes up but never comes down?

Ans: Age

2. I am something I have the power to control all the electrical appliances in the world. What am I?

Ans: Voltage

3. I am something I am as light as a feather and ever the strongest man cannot hold me for a couple of minutes. What am I?

Ans: Your breath

Okunlola Isreal

Year 2

Drug Abuse

Drug abuse is when you abuse a drug. Examples of hard drugs are marijuana, cocaine, cigarettes.

Effects of Abusing a Drug are:

1. Sickness

2. Addictions

How we abuse a drugs.

1. By buying them from buses, roadsides or markets.

2. By taking more or less than what the doctor asks you to take.

3. By taking drugs when you are not sick.


How can we help addicted people?

1. By taking the patient to the hospital.

2. By encouraging them to stop abusing drugs.

Opatayo Felami

Year 2

THE WISH COMES TRUE

Once upon a time there lived a girl named Babra. She was 9 years old. She was an orphan. One morning, as she was eating, she heard a scary noise then she saw a fairy beside her, she screamed “ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh” She could not believe what she saw, she screamed again then rubbed her eyes and screamed again and the fairies said “don’t be afraid I have come to help you”. Babra said “how can a fairy help a human being”. The fairy replied “with only one wave of my wand I can help you. There is a wishing star looking for you” she said. Where? In the night, look. So at night she did what the fairy said she should do. She looked around but she did not see the star, she went to bed. In the morning a star was waiting for her when she woke up. She saw the star on her table. She said “that must be the wishing star”. She had only 10 seconds to pick up the star or else the star will disappear so she picked it up quickly. When she picked it up she turned into a princess, she was no longer an orphan, she was in another country, and her name turned to Lisa. She was dressed in a pink dress, pink shoes and a pink tiara. She was like a free bird and was friendly and she was loved. They covered her and blessed her. Lisa was happy to be living in the new country. She liked it so much and she lived happily ever after. THE END

Moral lesson

You can still make a wish

Okorodudu Deborah

Year 2


Best friends

Once upon a time there lived two best friends’ names Dazzle and Janet. They attended the same school and are in the same class. They visit each other everyday. They also share what they have with each other. THE END

MORAL LESSON: Be kind to people and learn to share

Ojeaga Mary

Year 2

The reward of generosity.

Once upon a time there was a girl named Rossy. She was a kind and generous girl, she helped poor people and worked for the rich people and then she got rich and bought a house, chairs and other things. She became a doctor and her first patients were her parents. She took care of them and her parents got better. She got a maid and a gate man but the maid was greedy and wanted to kill her but Rossy knew because the maid was acting suspicious and Rossy sent her away then Rossy got another maid that has a clean heart. THE END

MORAL LESSON: Be a generous person and people will be generous to you too.

Ojo Demilade

Year 2



My teacher

The name of my teacher is Miss Elizabeth. She is very kind to me. She allows me to play but not all the time because if you play too much you will forget what your teacher has taught you. For you to learn you should always come to school. It is important to come to school early so you will not miss what your teacher will teach your classmates. Always come to school early and sleep early.

Umeokafor David

Year 2

Que sera sera

When I was just a little boy

I asked my mother what will I be

Will I be handsome

Will i be rich?

Here’s what she said to me

Que sera sera

Whatever will be will be

The futures not ours to see

Que sera sera

Whatever will be will be

Odion Allan

Year 2


Community leaders

Community leaders are people who lead a community. In the modern times we call them Oba, Eze, Emir etc. Every state has their traditional rulers.

· Oba –Lagos

· Emir-Kano

· Eze-Enugu

· Alaafin-Oyo

· Ooni-Ife

The common traditional rulers are Oba, Eze, and Emir.

ROLES OF TRADITONAL RULERS

1. Settlement of disputes

2. Insuring peace within the community

3. Organising community work.

Qualities of community leaders

1. Honesty

2. Integrity

3. Hard work

4. Wisdom

5. Patient

Ogunlere Temiloluwa

Year 2

FACTS ABOUT WATER

Water is a colourless, tasteless, odourless liquid. It is found in the Rivers, lakes, ponds, oceans, seas and the fluids in most living organisms. Water serves many functions like:

1. To take your bathe.

2. Wash our clothes or dishes.

3. Clean our homes such as mopping our rooms or cleaning the windows.

4. For plants to grow.

5. To quench our thirst.

Scientist has stated that a person can live about a month without food but only a week without water. Also, scientist claim that water regulates the temperature of the earth and human body. The human bones are composed of 31% of water. Interestingly, the human skin is 64% of water while 70% of the human brain is water. In as much as drinking water is good, drinking too much water known as water intoxication. It is fatal. More so scarcity of water prevails in the world as about 1.2 billion people live in areas of physical water scarcity. It is important to note that 80% of all illness in the developing world comes from water-borne diseases. Not all water is drinkable; this is because 97% of the world’s water is salty, thus undrinkable.

Ohiri Emmanuel

Year 2




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