Online Science CBSE and Olympiad Classes Syllabus for Grade 6

Olympiads are the stepping stones to achieve better results in the competitive world that lies ahead in the life of the child. Science Olympiad examinations help students to improve their practical skills along with their analytical and problem solving abilities. It also helps in improving the academic performance. Along with that CBSE syllabus also plays a crucial role in the same.

Hence, Olympiad Success Live has designed a long-term course for Science preparation which includes both CBSE syllabus and Olympiad for class 6. This long-term course will help in building the foundation of the child. For this, we have done great efforts in finding the tutor for class 6 Science CBSE and Olympiad preparation with relevant background and experience.

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Grade 6 CBSE Science syllabus identifies age-appropriate content. It is utilized as a driving factor to develop scientific temper and scientific thinking by:

  • Developing process skills of science. The skills include
    • making observations
    • posing questions
    • looking for various resources of learning in search of the questions
    • planning investigations
    • making and testing hypothesis
    • using various tools for collecting, analyzing and interpreting data
    • communicating explanations with evidence
    • justifying explanations
    • critically thinking to consider and evaluate alternative explanations
    • reflecting on their thinking by comparing what they think with what the scientific community thinks
    • engaging in sustained discussion
  • Making generalisation, proving or disproving hypothesis, developing explanations, communicating and applying.
  • Imbibing the development of historical perspectives; environmental concerns and sensitivity.
  • Developing respect for human dignity and rights, gender equity, values of honesty, integrity, cooperation, and concern for life.

The content of grade 6 CBSE Science is consistent with the cognitive development of the student which includes:

  • Food: Where Does It Come From?
  • Components of Food
  • Fibre to Fabric
  • Sorting materials into groups
  • Separation of substances
  • Changes Around us
  • Getting to Know Plants
  • Body Movements
  • The Living Organisms Characteristics and Habitats
  • Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Light, Shadows and Reflections
  • Electricity and Circuits
  • Fun with Magnets
  • Water
  • Air Around us
  • Garbage in, Garbage out
Check the detailed syllabus below. For Olympiads preparation, you can check the syllabus here!

Keeping in mind the curricular expectations, Olympiad Success Live has designed a course for CBSE and Olympiads Science preparation for class 6 students. And for this, we have the right set of tutors with relevant background and experience for class 6 Science CBSE and Olympiads preparation.

To fulfill these curricular expectations, our course will help the students for class 6 with the following and will help in inculcating values among students too:

  • Observe surroundings, natural processes, phenomena through visuals, touch, smell, feel, etc.
  • Share observations with others, discuss, pose questions that can be answered through scientific investigations, seek information and formulate hypothesis
  • Prove the hypothesis by designing and performing activities, experiments, surveys, etc. 
  • Observe the changes/findings during the activity, experiments, surveys, etc. 
  • Analyse data, interpret results and draw inferences
  • Communicate explanation and argument with evidence.

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Food: Where Does It Come From?

  • Food Variety
  • Food Materials and Sources
  • Plant Parts and Animal Products as Food
  • Plant parts as food
  • What do Animals Eat?

Components of Food

  • What do Different Food Items Contain?
  • What do Various Nutrients do For Our Body?
  • Balanced Diet
  • Deficiency Diseases

Fibre to Fabric

  • Variety in Fabrics
  • Fibre
  • Some Plant Fibres
  • Spinning Cotton Yarn
  • Yarn to Fabric
  • History of clothing material

Sorting materials into groups

  • Objects around us
  • Properties of materials

Separation of substances

  • Methods of separation

Changes Around us

  • Can all changes always be reversed?
  • Could there be other ways to bring a change?

Getting to Know Plants

  • Herbs, Shrubs and Trees
  • Stem
  • Leaf
  • Root
  • Flower

Body Movements

  • Human Body and Its Movements
  • Gait of Animals

The Living Organisms Characteristics and Habitats

  • Organisms and The Surroundings Where They Live
  • Habitat and adaption
  • A journey through different habitats
  • Characteristics of organisms

Motion and Measurement of Distances

  • Story of transport
  • How wide is this desk?
  • Some measurements
  • Standard Units of Measurements
  • Correct Measurement of Length
  • Measuring the length of a curved line
  • Moving things around us
  • Types of motion

Light, Shadows and Reflections

  • Transparent, opaque and translucent objects
  • What exactly are shadows?
  • A pinhole camera
  • Mirrors and reflections

Electricity and Circuits

  • Electric cell
  • A bulb connected to an electric cell
  • An electric circuit
  • Electric switch
  • Electric conductors and insulators

Fun with Magnets

  • Magnetic and non-magnetic materials
  • Poles of magnet
  • Finding directions
  • Make your own magnet
  • Attraction and repulsion between magnets


  • How much water do we use?
  • Where do we get water from?
  • Water cycle
  • Back to the oceans
  • What if it rains heavily?
  • What happens w it does not rain for a long period?
  • How can we conserve water?
  • Rainwater harvesting
  • Summary

Air Around us

  • Is air present everywhere around us?
  • What is air made up of?
  • How does oxygen become available to animals and plants living in water and sons?
  • How is the oxygen in the atmosphere replaced?
  • Summary

Garbage in, Garbage out

  • Dealing with Garbage
  • Vermicomposting
  • Think and Throw
  • Recycling of Paper
  • Plastic: boon or a curse?
  • Summary

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