Punjab Board Class 5 EVS Textbooks

The National Curriculum Framework 2005 recommends that a child’s education must be linked to everyday activity in their life. Hence, the PSEB Syllabus and the Punjab Board Class 5 EVS Textbooks designed with this in mind attempts to discourage the legacy of bookish learning.

Take the example from chapter 4 of the book. Here, via the story of mamidi tandra, children understand the techniques and skills involved in preservation and cooking. Likewise, Chapter 7 has experiments with water, which are related to their daily life. Meanwhile, some other topics covered also include Super Senses, Seeds and Seeds, A Treat for Mosquitoes, A Shelter So High, On the Move Again and more.

Punjab Board students of Class 5 can access the EVS textbooks in English and Hindi, from here.

Download PSEB Class 5 EVS Textbooks

We also provide the chapter names of the PSEB Class 5 EVS Textbook in English here:

PSEB Class 5 EVS Textbook Chapter Names

Chapter 1- Super Senses

Chapter 2- A Snake Charmer’s Story

Chapter 3- From Tasting to Digesting

Chapter 4- Mangoes Round The Year

Chapter 5- Seeds and Seeds

Chapter 6- Every Drop Counts

Chapter 7- Experiments with Water

Chapter 8- A Treat For Mosquitoes

Chapter 9- Up You Go!

Chapter 10- Walls Tells Stories

Chapter 11- Sunita In Space

Chapter 12- What if it finishes…….?

Chapter 13- A Shelter So High!

Chapter 14- When The Earth Shook!

Chapter 15- Blow Hot, Blow Cold

Chapter 16- Who Will Do This Work?

Chapter 17- Across The Wall

Chapter 18- No Place For Us?

Chapter 19- A Seed Tells A Farmer’s Story

Chapter 20- Whose Forests?

Chapter 21- Like Father, Like Daughter

Chapter 22- On the Move Again

BYJU’S provides students with study materials and exam resources for Class 5 students of Punjab Board, which can be downloaded in PDF form.

Practise This Question

A block of mass M slides along the sides of a bowl as shown in the figure. The walls of the bowl are frictionless and the base has coefficient of friction 0.2. If the block is released from the top of the side, which is 1.5 m high, where will the block come to rest ? Given that the length of the base is 15 m