CBSE Syllabus for Class 5

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 5 below:

CBSE Class 5 Mathematics Syllabus

 Geometry Shapes and Spatial Understanding Getting the feel of an angle through observation and paper folding,Identifying right angles in theEnvironment,Classifying and representing right, acute and obtuse angles,Exploring intuitively rotations and reflections of familiar 2-D shapes,Exploring intuitively symmetry infamiliar 3-D shapes,Making the shapes of cubes,cylinders and cones Numbers Numbers and Operations Finding place value in numbersbeyond 1000,Appreciating the role of place value in addition, subtraction and multiplication algorithms,Using informal and standarddivision algorithms,Explaining the meaning of factors and multiples Mental Arithmetic Estimating sums, differences,products and quotients Fractional Numbers Finding fractional part of aCollection and comparing fractions,Identifying equivalent fractions,Estimating the degree of closeness of a fraction to known fractions (, , ,Using decimal fractions in thecontext of units of length andmoney,Expressing a given fraction indecimal notation and vice versa Money Applying the four operations insolving problems involvingmoney Measurement Length Determining area and perimeter of simple geometrical figures,Applying the four operations insolving problems involving length, weight and volume,Relating commonly used larger and smaller units of length, weight and volume and converting one to the other,Applying simple fractions toquantities,Appreciating volume of a solidbody: intuitively and also byinformal measurement,Using addition and subtraction infinding time intervals in simplecases Data Handling Collecting two-dimensionalquantitative data,Representing the data in the form of a table,Drawing a bar graph or apictograph to present a data Patterns Identifying patterns in squarenumbers, triangular numbers,Relating sequences of oddnumbers between consecutivesquare numbers,Making border strip and tilingpatterns

CBSE Class 5 English Syllabus

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 5 students as a part of English syllabus:

1. Ice Cream Man
2. Teamwork
4. Crying
5. The Lazy Frog
6. Class Discussion
7. Topsy-turvy Land
8. Nobody’s Friend
9. Sing a Song of People
10. Malu Bhalu

CBSE Class 5 Environmental Studies Syllabus

The syllabus of Environmental Studies in Class 5 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 5 students as a part of Environmental Studies syllabus:

1. Super Senses
2. A Snake Charmer’s Story
3. From Tasting to Digesting
4. Mangoes Round the Year
5. Seeds and Seeds
6. Every Drop Counts
7. Experiments with Water
8. A Treat for Mosquitoes
9. Up You Go!
10. Walls Tell Stories
11. Sunita in Space
12. What if it Finishes?
13. A Shelter So High!
14. When the Earth Shook!
15. Blow Hot, Blow Cold
16. Who Will Do This Work?
17. Across the Wall
18. No Place for us?
19. A Seed Tells a Farmer’s Story
20. Whose Forests?
21. Like Father, Like Daughter
22. On the Move Again
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