Class 5 Science Karnataka Board Syllabus

Karnataka Board Science Syllabus

Class 5 Science Karnataka Board Syllabus

1.The Living World

  • Characteristics of Life
    • Characteristics of living and non-living.
    • Difference between plants and animals.
  • Habitat
    • Different types of Habitats and examples

2.Materials

  • States of matter
    • Solids, Liquids and Gases
    • Effects of temperature on solids, liquids and gases
    • Mass, Density, Pressure and buoyancy
  • Relation between matter and energy
  • Types of elements
    • Definition metals and non-metals
  • Common elements in nature
    • Air, water, soil
    • Elements in water and soil
    • Symbol – (Symbol elements)
    • Solid element
    • Liquid element
    • Gas element
  • Pure and impure substances
    • Elements, compounds and mixtures
  • Water
    • Elements present in water
    • Sources of water
    • Physical properties of Water
    • Biological importance – for plants and animals
  • Potable water
    • Potable water – Characteristics
  • Earth
    • Earth’s atmosphere
    • Constituents of air
    • Air-occupies space, air has weight, air help in burning.

3.How Things Work

  • Electrical Circuit
    • Electric current
    • Basic law of electronics
    • Electric cell – working and uses
  • Electrical devices
    • Fuse – Components and function
    • Fuse Characteristics
  • Combustion
    • Definition – types and examples
    • Oxygen Ignition, temperature are essential for combustion
    • Fire triangle
    • Slow, Fast and rapid combustion
    • Controlled combustion (gas stove)
  • Transportation
    • Means of transportation
    • Fuels used in different vehicles
  • Sublimation
    • Sublimation solids, non-sublimation solids examples

4.Food

  • Constituents
    • Carbohydrates – Elements present
    • Proteins – elements present
    • Carbohydrates – As a source of energy
  • Antotrophism & Heterotophisom
    • Autotrophes and Heterotophs – Types and examples
  • Sources of food
    • Basic concepts of agriculture
    • Natural fuels – Wood, Natural gas, Coal and Petroleum
    • Factors essential for combustion of fuels
    • Products of combustion

5.Environmental Science

  • Family and friends
    • Relationships
    • Family tree
    • Our likes and dislikes, - attitudes
  • Work and Play
    • Team games
    • Local games
    • Exercises
    • Dignity of labour
  • Shelter and Clothing
    • Regional differences
    • Neighbourhood concept
    • Society

6.Natural Resource

  • Importance of Air, Water, Light and Soil
    • Sources of water
    • Methods of conserving
    • Sun – As a natural resource of light
    • Importance of air
    • Importance of soil (to living organisms)
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