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In most of primary schools in northern Nigeria overcrawdness is one of the problems that makes learning not suitable, a classroom that can contain twenty pupils will be filled with more than one hundren pupils or even two hundred pupils in some schools. As a result of that it will be difficult for a teacher to control the class, there for some of the pupils will end up playing instead of learning, and if the teacher is not well qualified he/she will be confused of the method to be apply in such class, the pupils will end up knowing nothing but wasting their time of primary school going age.


More than 50% of children in Nigeria are not going to school, most especially in northern Nigeria children that attend basic education (primary schools) are far away lower than those that did not attend school due to many factors as follows;
 1. poverty  2. Inadequate qualified teacher                               3. Illiteracy 4. Lack of government support  5. Environmental problems 
1- Poverty; poverty is one of the biggest problem that caused children not to attend schools in northern Nigeria, their parents can't take all their responsibilities, children hawk to feed themselves , as soon as a child reached the age of three to four years he/she will be sent out to the markets, packs, roads side and streets to hawk and get money to feed him/herself and even bring some money to their parents at home instead of going to school, as a result of that most children will not have time to attend school during their primary school going age which is the most important stage…

primary Education In Nigeria

The primary level of education has the largest enrolment, followed by secondary level and Tertiary level, primary education is very important component of Nigerian education system sector that deserves handling with great care and caution.                                                                                                                      
Primary education is the basic education that is given to the young pupils aged from four to five years, in Nigeria primary education mostly starts from the age of four for female children and five four male children, it is the grass root education, primary education ends for six years starting from primary one to primary six.                                                                                                                                                                 Primary school going age;
 the children of primary school going age are the children that are four years to ten years old, a child is expected to be i…