CBSE Class 5 EVS Worksheet - India _ the world

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WORK SHEET

SECOND TERM

SUBJECT- EVS

Chapter – 15 (India & the world)

CLASS- V

Q.1: Define the following:

i) Society. Ii) Politics Iii) Culture

Q.2: Name the seven continents of the world. Which one is the largest and smallest continent?

Q.3: Frigid zone is the coldest while torrid zone is the hottest zone of the earth. Why?

Q.4: How many oceans are there in the world? Name them. Which is the largest and deepest ocean?

Q.5: Name two things which are determined by the climate of a country.

Q.6: India has a warm climate. Why?

Q. 7: Name the following:

i) Two islands which are a part of India. ii) The zone between Torrid and Frigid zone.

iii) Island country to the south of India. iv) Most populous neighbouring country of India.

Q. 8 : Mark the different climatic zones:

Q.9 :In the following map, mark all the neighbouring countries of India.

 

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