CBSE Class 6 Science Syllabus

CBSE Class 6 Science Syllabus

The Syllabus in the subject of Mathematics has undergone changes from time to time in accordance with the growth of the subject and emerging needs of society. The present revised syllabus has been designed in accordance with the National Curriculum Framework and as per guidelines given in the Focus Group on Teaching of Mathematics which is to meet the emerging needs of all categories of students. For motivating the teacher to relate the topics to real-life problems and other subject areas, greater emphasis has been laid on applications of various concepts.

1. Food: Where Does It Come From

  • Food variety
  • Food materials and sources
  • Plant parts and animal products as food
  • What do animals eat?

2. Components Of Food

  • What do different food items contain?
  • What do various nutrients do for our body?
  • Balanced diet
  • Deficiency diseases

3. Fibre To Fabric

  • Variety in fabrics
  • Fibre
  • Some plant fibres
  • Spinning cotton yarn
  • Yarn to fabric
  • History of clothing material

4. Sorting Materials Into Groups

  • Objects around us
  • Properties of materials

5. Separation Of Substances

  • Methods of separation

6. Changes Around Us

  • Can all changes always be reversed?
  • Could there be other ways to bring a change?

7. Getting To Know Plants

  • Herbs, shrubs and trees
  • Stem
  • Leaf
  • Root
  • Flower

8. Body Movements

  • Human body and its movements
  • “Gait of animals”

9. The Living Organisms – Characteristics And Habitats

  • Organisms and the surroundings where they live
  • Habitat and adaptation
  • A journey through different habitats
  • Characteristics of organisms

10. Motion And Measurement Of Distances

  • Story of transport
  • How wide is this desk?
  • Some measurements
  • Standard units of measurements
  • Correct measurement of length
  • Measuring the length of a curved line
  • Moving things around us
  • Types of motion

11. Light, Shadows And Reflections

  • Transparent, opaque and translucent objects
  • What exactly are shadows?
  • A pinhole camera
  • Mirrors and reflections

12. Electricity And Circuit

  • Electric cell electricity to the bulb
  • A bulb connected to an electric cell
  • An electric circuit
  • Electric switch
  • Electric conductors and insulators

13. Fun With Magnet

  • Magnetic and non-magnetic materials
  • Poles of magnet
  • Finding directions
  • Make your own magnet
  • Attraction and repulsion between magnets

14. Water

  • How much water do we use?
  • Where do we get water from?
  • Water cycle
  • Back to the oceans
  • What if it rains heavily?
  • What happens if it does not rain for a long period?
  • How can we conserve water?
  • Rainwater harvesting

15. Air Around

  • IS air present everywhere around us?
  • What is air made up of?
  • How does oxygen become available to animals and plants living in water and soil?
  • How is the oxygen in the atmosphere replaced?

16. Garbage In, Garbage Out

  • Dealing with garbage
  • Vermicomposting
  • Think and throw
  • Recycling of paper
  • Plastics – boon or a curse?

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