CBSE Class 4 Science

The Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) has always focused on enhancing the learning skills of students in the best possible way. It has been able to develop a well-evaluated syllabus keeping the psychological requirements of the students as priority and maintaining complete quality in its offered range of educational materials.

Science is an interesting subject that gives valuable knowledge to students as it tells us about the universe, living world and our surrounding. The CBSE has included crucial topics like Force, work and energy, How plants make food, Reproduction in animals, Our universe and much more in the class 4 science textbook.

We at Byju’s are providing the class 4 science syllabus in a well structured manner to help students prepare for the exam easily. Students of CBSE class 4 should focus on clearing the basics of science which will help them to cope up with the difficult topics in the higher classes.

Chapters 1

Going to School

Chapters 2

Ear to Ear

Chapters 3

A Day with Nandu

Chapter 4

The Story of Amrita

Chapter 5

Anita and the Honeybees

Chapter 6

Omana’s Journey

Chapter 7

From the Window

Chapter 8

Reaching Grandmother’s House

Chapter 9

Changing Families

Chapter 10

Hu Tu Tu, Hu Tu Tu

Chapter 11

The Valley of Flowers

Chapter 12

Changing Times

Chapter 13

A River’s Tale

Chapter 14

Basva’s Farm

Chapter 15

From Market to Home

Chapter 16

A Busy Month

Chapter 17

Nandita in Mumbai

Chapter 18

Too Much Water,

Too Little Water

Chapter 19

Abdul in the Garden

Chapter 20

Eating Together

Chapter 21

Food and Fun

Chapter 22

The World in my Home

Chapter 23

Pochampalli

Chapter 24

Home and Abroad

Chapter 25

Spicy Riddles

Chapter 26

. Defence Officer : Wahida

Chapter 27

Chuskit Goes to School


Practise This Question

The (i)___, controls both the heart rate and the stroke volume. There are two separate nerves from the cardiovascular centre to the sinoatrial node: the (ii)___, to speed up the heart rate and the (iii)___, to slow it down. (i) receives information from special cells called (iv)___, present in the aortic arch and in the carotid sinus.