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# ICSE Class 6 Mathematics

## ICSE Class 6 Mathematics Syllabus

SR. No. Mathematics Syllabus
1 . Number System
1.1 Number System Part-I
1.2 Number System Part-II
2 . Estimation
2.1 Estimation Part -I
2.2 Estimation Part -II
3 . Numbers in Indian and International Systems
3.1 Numbers in Indian and International Systems
4 . Place Value
4.1 Place Value
5 . Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers
5.1 Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers Part-I
5.2 Natural Numbers and Whole Numbers Part-II
6 . Negative Numbers and Integers
6.1 Negative Numbers and Integers Part-I
6.2 Negative Numbers and Integers Part-II
7 . Number Line
7.1 Number Line Part-I
7.2 Number Line Part-II
8 . H.C.F and L.C.M
8.1 H.C.F and L.C.M Part-I
8.2 H.C.F and L.C.M Part-II
9 . Playing with Numbers
9.1 Playing With Numbers Part-I
9.2 Playing With Numbers Part-II
10 . Sets
10.1 Sets Part-I
10.2 Sets Part-II
11 . Ratio
11.1 Ratio Part-I
11.2 Ratio Part-II
12 . Proportion (Including Word Problems)
12.1 Proportion
13 . Unitary Method
13.1 Unitary Method
14 . Fractions
14.1 Fractions Part-I
14.2 Fractions Part-II
15 . Decimal Fractions
15.1 Decimal Fractions Part-I
15.2 Decimal Fractions Part-II
16 . Percent( Percentage )
16.1 Percent Part-I
16.2 Percent Part-II
17 . Idea of Speed, Distance and Time
17.1 Idea of Speed, Distance and Time
18 . Fundamental Concepts of Algebra
18.1 Fundamental Concepts of Algebra
19 . Fundamental Operation
19.1 Fundamental Operation Part-I
19.2 Fundamental Operation Part-II
20 . Substitutions
20.1 Substitutions
21 . Framing Algebraic Expressions
21.1 Framing Algebraic Expressions
22 . Simple ( Linear ) Equations
22.1 Simple Equations Part-I
23 . Fundamental Concepts of Geometry
23.1 Fundamental Concepts Part-I
24 . Angles ( With Their Types )
24.1 Angles Part-I
24.2 Angles Part-II
25 . Properties of Angles and Lines
25.1 Properties of Angles and Lines Part-I
25.2 Properties of Angles and Lines Part-II
26 . Triangles
26.1 Triangles Part-I
26.2 Triangles Part-II
28 . The Circle
28.1 The Circle
29 . Symmetry
29.1 Symmetry
30 . Recognition of Solids
30.1 Recognition of Solids Part-I
30.2 Recognition of Solids Part-II
31 . Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures
31.1 Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures Part-I
31.2 Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures Part-II
32 . Data Handling
32.1 Data Handling Part-I
32.2 Data Handling Part-II
33 . Mean and Median
33.1 Mean and Median Part-I
33.2 Mean and Median Part-II

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# ICSE Class 6 English Grammar Syllabus

SR. No. English Grammar Syllabus
1 . Active and Passive Voice
1.1 Active and Passive Voice
4 . Articles
4.1 Articles
5 . Conjunctions
5.1 Conjunctions
6 . Degrees of Comparison
6.1 Degrees of Comparison
7 . Diary Entry
7.1 Diary Entry
8 . Direct Indirect Speech
8.1 Direct Indirect Speech
9 . Essay
9.1 Essay
10 . Homonyms
10.1 Homonyms
11 . Letter & Email
11.1 Letter & Email
12 . Noun
12.1 Noun
13 . Number
13.1 Number
14 . Phrases
14.1 Phrases
15 . Preposition
15.1 Preposition
16 . Punctuation
16.1 Punctuation
17 . Questions Tag
17.1 Questions Tag
18 . Questions
18.1 Questions
19 . Sentence
19.1 Sentence
20 . Similes
20.1 Similes
21 . Story Writing
21.1 Story Writing
22 . Subject and Predicate
22.1 Subject and Predicate
23 . Subject - Verb Agreement
23.1 Subject - Verb Agreement
24 . Synonyms & Antonyms
24.1 Synonyms & Antonyms
25 . Tense
25.1 Tense
26 . Verb
26.1 Verb

# ICSE Class 6 Computer Syllabus

SR. No. Computer Syllabus
1 . Introduction to Computer
1.1 Introduction to Computer
1.2 Generation
2 . More on MS Window 7
2.1 Introduction - More on MS Window 7
2.2 Control Panel
3 . More on MS Word 2007
3.1 Introduction - More on MS Word 2007
3.2 Microsoft Office Help Button
3.3 Applying Drop Cap
3.4 Mail Merge
4 . More on MS PowerPoint 2007
4.1 Introduction - More on MS PowerPoint 2007
4.3 Animations in PowerPoint
5 . Learn to use MS Excel 2007
5.1 Introduction - Learn to use MS Excel 2007
5.2 Selecting / Deselecting Cell
5.3 Auto Fill
5.4 Operator Precedence
6 . Formulae in MS Excel 2007
6.1 Introduction - Formulae in MS Excel 2007
7 . MS Publisher 2007
7.1 Introduction - MS Publisher 2007
7.2 Inserting Pictures in Publication
8 . More on E - Mail
8.1 Introduction - More on E - Mail
8.2 Using an E - Mail Account

Physics is the branch of science which deals with matter and its relation to energy. Galileo has been called the "father of modern observational astronomy", the "father of modern physics", the "father of science", and "the father of modern science". It involves the study of physical and natural phenomena around us. Physics as a subject is divided into six broad branches as Mechanics, Geometrical Optics, Electricity and magnetism, Thermodynamics, Atomic Physics and Waves. Physics is used to describe the physical universe around us, and to predict how it will behave. Physics is the science concerned with the discovery and characterization of the universal laws which govern matter, movement and forces, and space and time, and other features of the natural world.

# ICSE Class 6 Physics Syllabus

SR. No. Physics Syllabus
1 . Matter
1.1 Matter
2 . Physical Quantities and Measurement
2.1 Physical Quantities and Measurement
3 . Force
3.1 Force
4 . Simple Machines
4.1 Simple Machines
5 . Magnetism
5.1 Magnetism

Chemistry is the scientific discipline involved with elements and compounds composed of atoms, molecules and ions: their composition, structure, properties, behaviour and the changes they undergo during a reaction with other substances. Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, (August 26, 1743, to May 8, 1794) He was a prominent French chemist and an influencing personality in the 18th-century chemical revolution who developed an experimentally based theory of the chemical reactivity of oxygen and co-authored the modern system for naming chemical substances.

# ICSE Class 6 Chemistry Syllabus

SR. No. Chemistry Syllabus
1 . Introduction to Chemistry
1.1 Introduction to Chemistry
2 . Common Laboratory Apparatus and Equipment
2.1 Common Laboratory Apparatus and Equipment
3 . Matter
3.1 Matter
4 . Compounds, Symbol and Formulae
4.1 Compounds, Symbol and Formulae
5 . Pure Substances & Mixtures; Separation of Mixtures
5.1 Pure Substances & Mixtures; Separation of Mixtures
6 . Air and Atmosphere
6.1 Air and Atmosphere
7 . Water
7.1 Water

The word biology is derived from the Greek words /bios/ meaning /life/ and /logos/ meaning /study/ and is defined as the science of life and living organisms. An organism is a living entity consisting of one cell, e.g. bacteria, or several cells, e.g. animals, plants and fungi. Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms. Modern biology is a vast and eclectic field composed of many specialized disciplines that study the structure, function, growth, distribution, evolution, or other features of living organisms. The cell is the basic unit of life.

# ICSE Class 6 Biology Syllabus

SR. No. Biology Syllabus
1 . The Leaf
1.1 The Leaf
2 . The Flower
2.1 The Flower
3 . Cell - The Structure and Functions
3.1 Cell - The Structure and Functions
4 . Digestive System
4.1 Digestive System
5 . Respiratory System
5.1 Respiratory System
6 . The Circulatory System
6.1 The Circulatory System
7 . Disease and Hygiene
7.1 Disease and Hygiene

# ICSE Class 6 Geography Syllabus

SR. No. Geography Syllabus
1 . Representation of Graphical Features
1.1 Representation of Graphical Features
2 . Major Landforms of the Earth
2.1 Major Landforms of the Earth
3 . Major Water Bodies of the Earth
3.1 Major Water Bodies of the Earth
4 . Agriculture
4.1 Agriculture
5 . Minerals
5.1 Minerals
6 . North America - Location and Physical Features
6.1 North America - Location and Physical Features
7 . South America - Location and Physical Features
7.1 South America - Location and Physical Features
9 . Life in the Amazon River Basin
9.1 Life in the Amazon River Basin

# ICSE Class 6 History Syllabus

SR. No. History Syllabus
1 . Mesopotamian Civilization
1.1 Mesopotamian Civilization
2 . Egyptian Civilization
2.1 Egyptian Civilization
3 . Harappan Civilization
3.1 Harappan Civilization
4 . Chinese Civilization
4.1 Chinese Civilization
5 . Early Vedic Age
5.1 Early Vedic Age
6 . Later Vedic Age
6.1 Later Vedic Age
7 . Jainism and Buddhism
7.1 Jainism and Buddhism