CBSE Class 5 Social Science Sample Paper Set G

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I. Choose the correct answer: 

1. Three parts of the earth’s surface is covered with

a) air b) water c) land

2. The Red Fort was built by

a) Qutbuddin Aibak b) Akbar c) Shah Jahan

3. The gateways at Sanchi Stupa are called

a) Toranas b) Gopuram c) Frescos

4. How many Fundamental Rights are there?

a) seven b) six c) eight

II. Fill in the blanks:

1. The rights of our citizens are known as ___________.

2. Children below the age of __________ cannot be made to work in harmful places like

factories or mines.

3. The Qutab Minar is one of the tallest __________.

4. The continents are separated by large expanses of water called _______________.

III. Name the following:

1. The largest continent 2. The deepest ocean

3. The longest river 4. The largest desert

IV. Give names of the following:

1. Two traditional paintings of India 2. Two oceans

V. Define the following : 

1. Continent 2. Constitution

VI. Answer the following briefly:

1. Which are the well known gardens in Kashmir?

2. What is Eurasia?

3. Name any two fundamental rights.

VII. Give reasons for the following:

1. Why do we celebrate Republic Day ?

2. Explain the term “White Continent“.

3. Which continent has the largest population ? Give reasons for your answer.

VII. Answer the following in two to three sentences:

1. What do you understand by Right to Freedom?

2. What do you know about the Taj Mahal?

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