CBSE Class 5 Syllabus

This page includes the list of topics included in CBSE Class 5th Syllabus. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a reputed educational board of India and several schools across the nation are affiliated to it. CBSE affiliated schools follow the NCERT curriculum and books. NCERT provides an updated syllabus for different classes specially designed by the academic experts. Each syllabus of CBSE is designed with a target to inculcate good learning habits among students and build interest in different subjects.

Students are advised to follow the syllabus to prepare for the exams as well as for the competitive exams from an early stage. In class 5, several important maths and science topics are introduced which forms the basic foundations of the subjects.

At BYJU’S, students are provided with the latest CBSE 5th class syllabus for science and maths to help students learn in a step by step order. The syllabus topics need to be properly studied and understood.

The topics covered in Science are Super Senses, A snake charmer’s story, From tasting to digestion, Mangoes round the year, seeds and seeds, Every drop counts, Experiments with water, A treat for mosquitoes, Up you Go, Walls tell stories, Sunita in space, What if it finishes, A shelter so High, When the earth shook, Blow hot blow cold, Who will do this work, Across the wall, No place for us, A seed tells a farmer’s story, Whose forests, Like father like daughter, On the move again.

The topics covered in Maths are The Fish Tale, Shapes and Angles, How Many Squares, Parts and Wholes, Does it look the same, Be my Multiple I’ll be your Factor, Can you see the pattern, Mapping your Way, Boxes and Sketches, Tenths and Hundredths, Are and its Boundary, Smart Charts, Ways to Multiply and Divide, How big How Heavy.

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At BYJU’S class 5th CBSE students are also proved with several CBSE question papers, NCERT textbooks etc. For more study materials and practice worksheets checkout CBSE Class 5. For further assistance and latest notifications on CBSE exams, stay tuned with BYJU’S.

Practise This Question

Vector A has magnitude of 3 units and makes an angle of 30  with the positive x-axis.


Vector B has magnitude of 4 units and makes an angle of 120 with the positive x-axis.


Find the magnitude of the resultant and the angle that it makes with the positive x-axis.