CBSE Class 5 syllabus is primarily focused to prepare students for higher classes. So, students are introduced to new topics while their interest in learning is further enhanced. The syllabus of Class 5 is not based on practice but focuses more on building concepts.
The syllabus of Class 5 focuses on developing the questioning and reasoning ability of students. So, students can learn in a better way by asking questions to get their doubts clarified. Also, CBSE Class 5 syllabus allows students to explore various new learning methods for solving a particular problem.
CBSE Class 5 curriculum focuses on reading storybooks, news items/headlines. So, in class 5, students are trying to use appropriate spoken and written language in meaningful contexts/situations.
CBSE Class 5 syllabus comprises the following subjects:
In Class 5, scope for each subject gets widened and the complexity increases.
Mathematics: CBSE Class 5 Maths covers a range of topics like, classification of angles, drawing a 3-D object, understanding role of place values in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, fractions, drawing pictographs, etc.
EVS: Syllabus of EVS covers topics like reading and drawing simple aerial views of locality or city, locating places on maps, basics of health and hygiene, awareness and sensitisation towards problems of specially-abled, importance of collaboration, gender and class stereotyping, dignity of labour, choice of work, etc.
Hindi & English: Syllabus of Hindi and English cover short stories, poems, chapters from novels and other reading materials to enhance reading and writing abilities of students. The syllabus focuses on building vocabulary and comprehension. It also focuses on topics related to grammar like, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, tenses, question words, punctuations, etc.