CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

Read and download PDF of CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A designed as per the latest curriculum and examination pattern for Class 5 issued by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. The latest Class 5 Environmental Studies Sample Papers have been provided with solutions so that the students can solve these practice papers and then compare their answers. This will help them to identify mistakes and improvement areas in Environmental Studies Standard 5 which they need to study more to get better marks in Grade 5 exams. After solving these guess papers also refer to solved Class 5 Environmental Studies Question Papers available on our website to build strong understanding of the subject

Environmental Studies Sample Paper Class 5

Students can refer to the below Class 5 Environmental Studies Sample Paper designed to help students understand the pattern of questions that will be asked in Grade 5 exams. Please download CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

Environmental Studies Class 5 Sample Paper

CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A. It’s always recommended to practice as many CBSE sample papers as possible before the examinations. The latest sample papers have been designed as per the latest blue prints, syllabus and examination trends. Sample papers should be practiced in examination condition at home or school and also show it to your teachers for checking or compare with the answers provided. Students can download the sample papers in pdf format free and score better marks in examinations. Refer to other links too for latest sample papers.

1. Tick(√) the correct option in the given questions. 

i). You have got a school project in which you have to collect information about mountain peaks of your country. What kind of map will you use to complete the project?

a) physical  b) political  c) thematic  d) none of these

ii). Which of the following processes is used to preserve milk in dairies for longer time?

a) pickling  b) pasteurization  c) salting  d) dehydration

iii). Which of the following continents is an island?

a) Europe  b) Australia  c) Africa  d) Antarctica

iv).Which of the following human activities is good for environment?

a) deforestation  b) dumping garbage  c) afforestation  d) burning leaves

v). Which of the following gases is needed to burn the food in order to produce energy in thebody?

a) nitrogen  b) carbon dioxide  c) oxygen  d) carbon monoxide

2. Observe the picture of the globe given below and mark the following. (0.5X2=1)

a. The Tropic of Cancer

b. The Equator

CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

3. Name the type of nutrient present in the given food category. 

a. butter, ghee, oil -    Fats

b. apple, mango, watermelon - Minerals and vitamins

4. Draw the standard symbols used in a map for the following.

a) Bridge- refer book pg no. 50                 a) Post Office- refer book pg no. 50

c) Temple- refer book pg no. 50                c) Railways- refer book pg no. 50

5. Write the colours used to represent the following features in a given map. (0.5X4=2)

a. seas - blue

b. mountains - brown

c. deserts - light brown

d. lakes - blue

6. Given below are the diseases caused due to different types of pollution. Put them in the right column.

CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

Water Pollution        Air Pollution

Dysentery           chronic cough

Typhoid             breathing disorder

Cholera                  Asthma

7. Read the statements carefully and tick the correct option. (0.5X6=3)

a. Our body makes (Vitamin D / Vitamin C) when it is exposed to sunlight.

b. The (lungs / kidneys) are called filters of the body.

c. The reactions that take place in very less time are performed by (spinal cord / brain).

d. The bottom most point of the imaginary axis is called (North / South) pole.

e. Air pollution (decreases / increases) by regular checking of vehicles.

f. (Hypertension / Asthma) is caused by noise pollution.

8. State whether the given statements are true (T) or false (F). (0.5X6=3)

a. Latitudes never meet at any point.                                ( T )

b. Obesity is caused due to under nutrition.                       ( F )

c. Open defecation is still a common practice in India.        ( T )

d. India is a country in the continent of Australia.               ( F )

e. Our ears can tolerate sound only up to 20 decibels.        ( F )

f. An adult human heart beats about 72 times in a minute.  ( T )

9. Name the system shown below; label the parts (A, B, C). Also write the function of the system. (0.5X4+1=3)

CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

Name of the system -   Excretory System

Function –                    excretion of waste in the form of urine.


10. Rewrite the following statements correctly. (1X4=4)

1. Liver makes a digestive juice called mucus.

Ans. Liver makes a digestive juice called bile.

2. The 0 degree latitude is called the Prime Meridian.

Ans. The 0 degree longitude is called the Prime Meridian.

3. Burning of fuels contaminate air by adding oxygen.

Ans. Burning of fuels contaminate air by adding carbon- dioxide.

4. Loudspeakers can harm our stomach.

Ans. Loudspeakers can harm our ears.

11. Identify the disease shown in the given picture and answer the related questions.

CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

CBSE Class 5 EVS Sample Paper Set A

12. Think and answer. (1X4=4)

a. Secretion of mucus is important.

Ans. Secretion of mucus is important because it traps dust and germs.

b. We should eat timely.

Ans.We should eat timely as it helps to keep our digestive system functioning properly.

c. A map is better than a globe.

Ans.A map is better than a globe as it is easy to use and carry.

d. Two healthy eating habits that you will follow in your day to day life to keep yourself safe from diseases.

Ans.Two healthy eating habits that we will follow in your day to day life are:-

i.Drink plenty of water.

ii.Do not overcook food as it loses its nutrients.

13. Write one difference between the following. 6

                        Incisors                                                        Canines

1.They are the front four teeth which help in     1.They are the pointed teeth one on each side

   biting the food.                                               of incisors which help in tearing the food.

2. They are four in each jaws.                          2. They are two in each jaws. 

                        Latitudes                                                      Longitudes

1.They are imaginary lines running from           1.They are imaginary lines running from

   west to East.                                                  North pole to South pole.

2. They are circular                                         2. They are semi-circular

                      Noise Pollution                                              Land Pollution

It causes restlessness and irritation and can      It causes the soil degradation, make the soil

leads to serious health problems like                 infertile and causes the soil borne diseases

hypertension and heart problems

14. Answer the following questions. 7

a. Name the type of map used to show the following. (0.5X2=1)

i) sea bodies around a country - Physical

ii) railway network of a country –Thematic

b. What do you understand by the term water pollution? What are its main causes? (1X2=2)

Ans. The undesirable changes that make water unfit for use and consumption is called water pollution.

Its main causes are dumping untreated sewage in water bodies, washing clothes and bathing animals near water bodies, putting idols of Gods and ashes in water bodies etc.

c. What is the role of nervous system in the human body? (1X2=2)

Ans. Nervous system plays a very important role in our body. It controls all the activities and major functions of our body.

d. Why is roughage important? How can we increase the intake of roughage in daily diet? (1X2=2)

Ans. Roughage is the dietary fibre in the food which is very important for removal of waste from our body

15. Name and mark the following places in the given map. (0.5X4=2)

a. any two continents- Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Australia and Africa

b. any two oceans- Pacific Ocean, Antarctic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Southern Ocean and Indian Ocean

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