Democratic Government of India – Class 5

Indian flag

India is a democratic country. Democracy means a system of government where people of the country exercise their power to vote and choose their representatives by voting for them in elections. Thus, in India, the Constitution guarantees Fundamental Rights to all the citizens of the country to choose government of their choice. India has 29 … Read more

The Constitution of India – Class 5

Indian Parliament

What is the Constitution of India? The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. Just as a school needs certain rules to function well, a country also needs certain rules which are called laws. These laws are contained in the Constitution of India. This document lays down the procedures, powers, and duties of government … Read more

Measurement of Length – Class 5 Mathematics

Measurement of Length - Class 5

Measurement of Length In this chapter – Measurement of Length for Class 5, we will be solving problems involving length. We will learn to convert smaller units of length into bigger units and bigger units into smaller units. Let’s learn some basic facts first. Conversion of Smaller Units into Bigger Units (A) 10 millimetres (mm) … Read more

Agriculture in India – Class 5

Agricultural Farming

Agricultural Farming What is Agriculture? Agriculture refers to the human activity of cultivating crops and plantation for production of food and goods such as wheat, rice, pulses, cotton, sugarcane, jute, oil seeds, etc. Agriculture consists of two words – agri and culture. Agri means the land and culture means to cultivate or tend. Farming is … Read more

Natural Disasters – Class 5

Natural Disaster

Natural Disasters Natural disaster is a natural event such as a flood, earthquake, drought, landslides, volcanic eruptions or hurricane that causes great damage or loss of life (see the above image). Earthquake Earthquake Earthquakes are sudden vibration or tremors on the surface of the earth. Earthquakes can be both minor and major in intensity. Major … Read more

Solar and Lunar Eclipses – Class 5


An eclipse occurs when a celestial object such as moon moves directly into the shadow of another celestial object. For example, during a solar eclipse the moon comes between the earth and the sun due to which the sun was blocked for a brief period of time and people on Earth cannot see it.In ancient … Read more