CBSE Class 4 Syllabus

CBSE Class 4 Syllabus 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has designed a very comprehensive syllabus appropriate for the students of class 4. Having an idea about the syllabus helps the students to know about the important topics they need to cover for each subject throughout the year.

CBSE Class 4 Syllabus for 2021-22 Exam – All Subjects

Class 4 consists of 4 core subjects namely English, Mathematics, EVS and Hindi. It can get a little stressful if students are not aware of the syllabus. Comprehensive knowledge about the overall subject is obtained when a student knows the syllabus. After covering the important topics from the syllabus, students can also look at the CBSE sample papers which contain many important questions. So here is the syllabus for this year according to the board. 

CBSE 4th Class Syllabus 2021-22 

English Syllabus-

Unit 1:

  • Wake Up!
  • Neha’s Alarm Clock

Unit 2:

  • Noses
  • The Little Fir Tree

Unit 3:

  • Run!
  •  Nasruddin’s Aim

Unit 4:

  • Why?
  • Alice in Wonderland

Unit 5:

  • Don’t be Afraid of the Dark
  • Helen Keller

Unit 6:

  • Hiawatha
  • The Scholar’s Mother Tongue

Unit 7:

  • A Watering Rhyme
  • The Giving Tree
  • The Donkey

Unit 8:

  • Books
  • Going to Buy a Book

Unit 9:

  • The Naughty Boy
  • Pinocchio

English Grammar Syllabus-

  • Nouns
  • Verbs
  • Tenses
  •  Adjectives
  • Pronouns
  • Conjunction, Preposition & Interjection
  • Adverbs
  • Punctuations
  • Comprehension
  •  Prefix & Suffix
  •  Silent letters
  •  Vowels & Consonants
  •  Syllables
  •  Story Writing
  •  Antonym & Synonym
  •  Composition
  •  People and their work
  •  Family relation to vocabulary
  •  Degree of comparison
  •  Vocabulary

Mathematics Syllabus-

  • Building with Bricks
  • Long and Short
  • A Trip to Bhopal
  • Tick-Tick-Tick
  • The Way The World Looks
  • The Junk Seller
  • Jugs and Mugs
  • Carts and Wheels
  • Halves and Quarters
  • Play with Patterns
  • Tables and Shares
  • How Heavy? How Light?
  • Fields and Fences
  • Smart Charts

EVS Syllabus-

  • Chapter 1: Going to School
  • Chapter 2: Ear to Ear
  • Chapter 3: A Day with Nandu
  • Chapter 4: The Story of Amrita
  • Chapter 5: Anita and the Honeybees
  • Chapter 6: Omana’s Journey
  • Chapter 7: From the Window
  • Chapter 8: Reaching Grandmother’s House
  • Chapter 9: Changing Families
  • Chapter 10: Hu Tu Tu, Hu Tu Tu
  • Chapter 11: The Valley of Flowers
  • Chapter 12: Changing Times
  • Chapter 13: A River’s Tale
  • Chapter 14: Basva’s Farm
  • Chapter 15: From Market to Home
  • Chapter 16: A Busy Month
  • Chapter 17: Nandita in Mumbai
  • Chapter 18: Too Much Water, Too Little Water
  • Chapter 19: Abdul in the Garden
  • Chapter 20: Eating Together
  • Chapter 21: Food and Fun
  • Chapter 22: The World in my Home
  • Chapter 23: Pochampalli
  • Chapter 24: Home and Abroad
  • Chapter 25: Spicy Riddles
  • Chapter 26: Defence Officer: Wahida
  • Chapter 27: Chuskit Goes to School

Hindi Syllabus-

  • पाठ 1: मन के भोले-भाले बादल
  • पाठ 2: जैसा सवाल वैसा जवाब
  • पाठ 3: किरमिच की गेंद
  • पाठ 4: पापा जब बच्चे थे
  • पाठ 5: दोस्त की पोशाक
  • पाठ 6: नाव बनाओ नाव बनाओ
  • पाठ 7: दान का हिसाब
  • पाठ 8: कौन?
  • पाठ 9: स्वतंत्रता की ओर
  • पाठ 10: थप्प रोटी थप्प दाल
  • पाठ 11: पढ़क्कू की सूझ
  • पाठ 12: सुनीता की पहिया कुर्सी
  • पाठ 13: हुदहुद
  • पाठ 14: मुफ़्त ही मुफ़्त

Hindi Grammar-

  • तत्सम और तद्भव शब्द: संस्कृत भाषा के वे शब्द जो बिना किसी परिवर्तन के हिंदी भाषा में बोले जाते है तत्सम शब्द कहलाते है जैसे- सूर्य, अग्नि, मयूर आदि । संस्कृत भाषा के जो शब्द हिंदी में विकृत रूप में प्रयोग होते है उन्हें तदभव् शब्द कहते है जैसे- सूरज (सूर्य), चाँद (चंद्र) आदि ।
  • पर्यायवाची शब्द: जिन शब्दों के अर्थ में समानता होती है, उन्हें पर्यायवाची शब्द कहते हैं।
  • विलोम शब्द / विपरीतार्थक- विलोम शब्द वह शब्द है जिसका अर्थ दिए हुए शब्द के एकदम उल्टा होता है ।
  • श्रुतिसमभिन्नार्थक शब्द: जो शब्द सुनने और उच्चारण करने में समान प्रतीत हों, किन्तु उनके अर्थ भिन्न -भिन्न हों, वे श्रुतिसमभिन्नार्थक / समोच्चरित शब्द कहलाते हैं ।
  • हिंदी मुहावरे और अर्थ: कोई भी ऐसा वाक्यांश जो अपने साधारण अर्थ को छोड़कर किसी विशेष अर्थ को व्यक्त करे उसे मुहावरा कहते हैं।
  • अनेक शब्दों के लिए एक शब्द: हिंदी भाषा में अनेक शब्दों के स्थान पर एक शब्द का प्रयोग कर सकते हैं। भाषा में कई शब्दों के स्थान पर एक शब्द बोल कर हम भाषा को प्रभावशाली एवं आकर्षक बनाते हैं।
  • अनेकार्थक शब्द: एक से अधिक अर्थ बतानेवाले शब्दों को अनेकार्थक शब्द कहते हैं।बहुत से शब्द ऐसे हैं, जिनके एक से अधिक अर्थ होते हैं। भिन्न – भिन्न वाक्यों में प्रसंग के अनुसार इनके अर्थ अलग होते हैं।  
  • समूहवाची शब्द: अलग – अलग समूह के लिए कुछ विशेष शब्द प्रचलित हैं। उनका प्रयोग हर किसी शब्द के साथ नहीं किया जा सकता।   

CBSE Class 4 Syllabus – Recommended Books

The board has recommended some books for the betterment of the students of class 4.

  • Mathematics Book (English Medium): Math – Magic
  • Mathematics Book (Hindi Medium): Ganit Ka Jaadu
  • Mathematics Book (Urdu Medium): Riyazi Ka Jaadu
  • EVS Book (English Medium): Looking Around (EVS)
  • EVS Book (Hindi Medium): Aas-Pass
  • EVS Book (Urdu Medium): Ass-Pass(Urdu)
  • English Book: Marigold
  • Hindi Book: Rimjhim
  • Urdu Book: Ibtedai Urdu

Importance of Knowing the Syllabus of Class 4 

Class 4 determines the students to know the basics of secondary school. It may seem like a basic class but it is crucial to know the syllabus of the academic year so as to get a clear idea of what to expect in class 4.Also,class 4 builds the foundation for higher classes and so,it is important to study well.

Exam Pattern and Weightage of Marks of Class 4

The exam pattern generally varies from school to school but generally it is segregated into different levels according to their difficulty and importance in real life. Also this is done to make sure that most students are able to score well and are able to  get a comprehensive knowledge of the basics of the real world. 

Extramarks as a Learning Partner

Doubt solving can be a huge task for parents. With all these subjects and so many things to study, there is always a scope for doubts. However, doubts should be solved as soon as possible. Hence, Extramarks is there as a learning partner to help your child score the best and help them in the future. Extramarks assists students by giving them mock question papers, providing study material and solving their doubts.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
1. What is the syllabus of Class 4 CBSE ?

CBSE class 4 has four main subjects i.e. English, Mathematics, Hindi and EVS and the syllabus is given above. 

2. What should I study for Class 4?

 The list of recommended books for each subject according to the medium is more than enough for a student of class 4 in the CBSE board.

3. What are the subjects of class 4th?

 As mentioned before, the subjects of class 4 are English, Hindi, EVS and Mathematics.