CBSE Class 5 EVS Revision Assignment Set B

Read and download free pdf of CBSE Class 5 EVS Revision Assignment Set B. Get printable school Assignments for Class 5 Environmental Studies. Standard 5 students should practise questions and answers given here for Environmental Studies in Grade 5 which will help them to strengthen their understanding of all important topics. Students should also download free pdf of Printable Worksheets for Class 5 Environmental Studies prepared as per the latest books and syllabus issued by NCERT, CBSE, KVS and do problems daily to score better marks in tests and examinations

Revision Class 5 Environmental Studies Assignment Pdf

Class 5 Environmental Studies students should refer to the following printable assignment in Pdf for Revision in standard 5. This test paper with questions and answers for Grade 5 Environmental Studies will be very useful for exams and help you to score good marks

Class 5 Environmental Studies Assignment for Revision

 

Q1: Fill in the blanks:

a) The process of breaking down of food into simpler form is called ______________.

b) The teeth meant for cutting and biting are called _____________

c) _____________ discovered the sea route to India.

d) ___________% of earth is covered with water.

e) ___________ is called the ship of the desert.

Q2: Give one word for the following

a) Pores through which plants breathe in ______________

b) Green coloured pigment present in the leaves_____________

c) Undesirable changes in the properties of water ______________

d) The year consisting of 366 days is called_____________

e) The sun,8 planets and their satellites is together called ________________

Q3: Match the following

a) Digestion Spines

b) Teeth Natural disaster

c) Acid rain Stomach

d) Earthquake Air pollution

e) Cactus Chewing

Q4: Answer the following questions

a) What do you mean by transpiration?

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b) Write a short note on earthquake?

__________________________________________________________________________

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______________

Q5: Draw the digestive system and label different organs involved.

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