CBSE Syllabus for Class 4

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level educational board in India. CBSE is controlled and managed by Union Government of India. All the CBSE affiliated schools follow NCERT curriculum. It is one the most preferred educational boards in India with approximately 19, 527 schools affiliated to it.

CBSE syllabus is strictly based on NCERT guidelines. The syllabus is a list of topics to be covered in a particular grade during an academic year. All the national level entrance examinations are based on CBSE syllabus.

Fliplearn provides detailed subject-wise syllabus for CBSE Class 1 to Class 12. You must have a thorough understanding of this syllabus before you begin your preparation.

Have a look at the CBSE syllabus for class 4 below:

GeometryShapes and Spatial UnderstandingDrawing a circle free hand and with compass,

Identifying centre, radius and

diameter of a circle,

Using Tangrams to create different shapes,

Using tiles for geometrical shapes,

Exploring intuitively the area and

perimeter of simple shapes,

Making 4-faced, 5-faced and 6-

faced cubes from given nets,

Reading and drawing 3-D objects

Drawing intuitively the plan, elevation and side view of simple objects

NumbersNumbers and OperationsWriting multiplication facts,

Writing tables up to 10 × 10,

Multiplying two and three digit

numbers using lattice algorithm and the standard algorithm,

Dividing a given number by

another number in various ways,

Framing word problems,

Estimating sums, differences and

products of given numbers

Mental ArithmeticAdding and subtracting multiples of 10 and 100 mentally,

Completing multiplication facts by adding partial products mentally

Fractional NumbersIdentifying half, one fourth and

three- fourths of a whole,

Identifying and explaining the meaning of , , ,

Appreciating equivalences of various fractions

MoneyConverting Rupees to Paise,

Adding and subtracting amounts using column addition and subtraction with regrouping,

Using operations to find totals,

change, multiple costs and unit


Estimating roughly the totals and

total cost

MeasurementLengthRelating and converting metre and centimeter,

Solving problems involving length and distances,

Estimating length of an object and distance between two given


WeightWeighing objects using a balance and standard units

Determining sums and differences of weights

Estimating the weight of an object

VolumeMeasuring volumes of given liquid using containers marked with standard units,

Determining sums and differences of volumes, Estimating the volume of a liquid

contained in a vessel

TimeComputing the number of weeks

in a year,

Correlating the number of days in a year with the number of days in each month,

Reading clock time and expressing time, using the terms,

a.m. and p.m.,

Finding approximate time elapsed by forward counting,

Computing the number of days

between two dates

Data HandlingCollecting data and representing in the form of bar graphs,

Drawing inferences

PatternsIdentifying patterns in multiplication and division,

Multiplying and dividing by 10s, 100s,

Identifying geometrical patterns

based on symmetry

The syllabus of English at Level II (class 3-5) revolves around the following parameters:

  1. Enriching learner’s vocabulary
  2. Using appropriate spoken and written language in meaningful contexts/situations
  3. Enabling learners to relate words with appropriate actions
  4. Familiarizing learners with the basic process of writing
  5. Taking dictation of simple sentences

Following chapters or topics are taught to class 4 students as a part of English syllabus:

  1. Wake Up!
  2. Noses
  3. Run!
  4. Why?
  5. Don’t be Afraid of the Dark
  6. Hiawatha
  7. A Watering Rhyme
  8. Books
  9. The Naughty Boy

The syllabus of Environmental Studies in Class 4 revolves around the following parameters:

  1. Family and Friends
  2. Food
  3. Shelter
  4. Water
  5. Travel
  6. Things We Make and Do

Following chapters or topics are taught to class 4 students as a part of Environmental Studies syllabus:

  1. Going to School
  2. Ear to Ear
  3. A Day with Nandu
  4. The Story of Amrita
  5. Anita and the Honeybees
  6. Omana’s Journey
  7. From the Window
  8. Reaching Grandmother’s House
  9. Changing Families
  10. Hu Tu Tu, Hu Tu Tu
  11. The Valley of Flowers
  12. Changing Times
  13. A River’s Tale
  14. Basva’s Farm
  15. From Market to Home
  16. A Busy Month
  17. Nandita in Mumbai
  18. Too Much Water, Too Little Water
  19. Abdul in the Garden
  20. Eating Together
  21. Food and Fun
  22. The World in my Home
  23. Pochampalli
  24. Home and Abroad
  25. Spicy Riddles
  26. Defence Officer: Wahida
  27. Chuskit Goes to School
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