Class 5

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Dear Parents

In class 5, your child will begin to unravel the mysteries of the world with a mind full of curiosity.

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Dear Students

Learning in class 5 is all about discovering the wonders of the world we live in.

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What you will learn

English

You will build language skills and learn to express your feelings, ideas and experiences. You will also learn to hold conversations.
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Maths

You will learn to recognize patterns in shapes and numbers. You will also learn to apply properties of shapes and numbers to daily life.
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EVS

You will observe various social phenomena in biology, physics and our environment through discussions on everyday events.
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Co-curricular Learnings

Encourage your child to participate in the various tests, but do not pressurise them. Study after study have shown that learning suffers when students are stressed. These tests – if taken in the right spirit – encourage critical thinking, and are a lot of fun.
Competitive Examinations
  1. NSTSE

    NSTSE is scientifically designed to test concepts underlying the curriculum. Qualified students win a scholarship

  2. NSO

    NSO is a national-level examination based on the syllabi prescribed by CBSE, ICSE, or other state boards.

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  3. IMO

    The International Maths Olympiad is conducted to identify and encourage Mathematical creativity in children.

All you need to know about Class 5

Sections

Syllabus & Exam Pattern

  • Syllabus for Class 5
  • Exam Pattern and Grading for Class 5

Competitive Examinations for Class 5

How to prepare for Class 5

  • Preparation Tips for Class 5
  • Study Material for Class 5
  • Previous Years’ Papers for Class 5

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Syllabus for CBSE Class 5

maths Mathematics
  1. The Fish Tale
  2. Shapes and Angles
  3. How Many Squares?
  4. Parts and Wholes
  5. Does it Look the Same?
  6. Be My Multiple, I’ll be Your Factor
  7. Can You See the Pattern?
  1. Mapping Your Way
  2. Boxes and Sketches
  3. Tenths and Hundredths
  4. Area and its Boundary
  5. Smart Charts
  6. Ways to Multiply and Divide
  7. How Big? How Heavy?
evs Environmental Studies
  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
  1. A Treat for Mosquitoes
  2. Up You Go
  3. Walls Tell Stories
  4. Sunita in Space
  5. What if it Finishes?
  6. A Shelter So High!
english English
  • Unit 1
    1. Ice-cream Man
    2. Wonderful Waste
  • Unit 2
    1. Teamwork
    2. Flying Together
  • Unit 3
    1. My Shadow
    2. Robinson Crusoe
    3. Discovers a Footprint
  • Unit 4
    1. Crying
    2. My Elder Brother
  • Unit 5
    1. The Lazy Frog
    2. Rip Van Winkle
  • Unit 6
    1. Class Discussion
    2. The Talkative Barber
  • Unit 7
    1. Topsy-turvy Land
    2. Gulliver’s Travels
  • Unit 8
    1. Nobody’s Friend
    2. The Little Bully
  • Unit 9
    1. Sing a Song of People
    2. Around the World
  • Unit 10
    1. Malu Bhalu
    2. Who Will be Ningthou?
Check out this Hindi syllabus..

Exam Pattern and Grading for Class 5

As per the new pattern, you will be assessed in two areas – Scholastic and Co-scholastic. For assessment of scholastic areas, the academic year is divided into two terms, and two types of tests will be conducted to assess the various subjects:

Formative Assessment

The formative assessment will include dictation, an oral test, a class test, home work, class work, assignments and projects, a memory test, storytelling, a quiz, elocution, or any other tool found appropriate by the teacher.

Summative Assessment

You will also be tested internally. The summative assessment will be conducted as a pen-and-paper test by schools themselves at the end of each term, twice a year.

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The following is the list of competitive exams for Class 5:
  • NSO: The National Science Olympiad is a national level science exam conducted for students from classes 1 to 12 by the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF). NSO rankings will be allotted on the basis of the marks obtained by the candidates. You need to refer to the Science and Math syllabi – as prescribed by CBSE, ICSE or various other state boards.
  • MTSE: The Maths Talent Search Exam is a competitive exam conducted by the Indian Institute for Studies in Mathematics (IISMA) for students from classes 3 to 9. Mental ability, Mathematical reasoning, accuracy and speed are its main focus areas. The study matter is based on the curriculum prescribed by the CBSE and ICSE boards, and the top rankers are awarded scholarships.
  • IMO: The International Mathematics Olympiad is a competitive exam conducted to identify and encourage the mathematical creativity of children, both in India and abroad. All students studying in classes 1 to 12 from recognised schools are eligible. The subject matter is based on the curriculum prescribed by the CBSE and ICSE boards, and the top rankers per class are awarded scholarships.
  • NSTSE: The National Level Science Talent Search Exam is organised by the Unified Council for students from classes 2 to 12. It is one of the most popular scholarship examinations conducted in India.
  • NSEJS: The National Standard Exam in Junior Science is jointly conducted by the IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers) and HBCSE (Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Examination). All Indian students from classes 1 to 10 are eligible for it.
  • ISO: The International Science Olympiad is an exam held annually at the national and international levels. The conducting body for ISO is the SSE (Society for Science Education). All Indian students from Classes 1 to 12 from recognised schools are eligible.
  • IIO: The International Informatics Olympiad is conducted by the Computer Literary Foundation every year. Students from Classes 1 to 12 from recognised schools are eligible for it.
Here’s the full list of competitive exams.

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Preparation Tips for Class 5

Hard work and focus are the keys to cracking exams and Olympiads. However, all subjects require some special and specific tips which you can find below:
  • English: Focus on grammar and writing, as these are areas where students tend to lose maximum marks. This would require intensive practice, and demand that students be thorough.
  • Mathematics: Stick to concept building first. Be thorough with NCERT textbooks before moving on to R.S. Aggarwal books for your Olympiad study. NCERT contains many conceptual questions and will help you build a strong base.
  • Environmental Studies: These are your formative years and that is why you should pay attention to the basics. You should make sure that you understand all concepts well before solving problems, if any.
  • Hindi: Like English, this language demands a very solid foundation at an early stage. You must focus on sentence and paragraph making. Regular practice will help you strengthen your hold on Hindi.

Study Material for Class 5

english English
  • Marigold for Class 5, by NCERT
maths Mathematics
  • Math-Magic for Class 5, by NCERT
  • Composite Mathematics for Class 5, by R.S. Aggarwal
evs EVS
  • Looking around for Class 5, by NCERT
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  • Rimjhim for Class 5, by NCERT

Previous Years’ Papers for Class 5

Practising previous years' papers are important, as it helps you simulate the real exam. Make sure that you practice a lot so that you’re able to memorise formulae and solve problems easily on the day of the exam.