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HSO Syllabus 2022

Humming Bird syllabus framed for the HSO exam is the prescribed syllabus of recognized education boards of India. HSO syllabus covers major concepts from biology: living and non-living organisms, cell structure, and the human body. Besides, HSO also covers physical measurements and environment-related topics.

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HSO 2022 Syllabus for Classes 1 to 10

The Humming Bird Science Olympiad exam is conducted for classes 1 to 12. The exam pattern is the same for all the classes. The question paper comprises 50 questions under 50 minutes in duration. Though it's multiple-choice questions, students should be more careful and precise while attempting the questions.

The table shows the syllabus for classes 1 to 10.

HSO Syllabus for Class 1

HSO Syllabus for Class 6

HSO Syllabus for Class 2

HSO Syllabus for Class 7

HSO Syllabus for Class 3

HSO Syllabus for Class 8

HSO Syllabus for Class 4

HSO Syllabus for Class 9

HSO Syllabus for Class 5

HSO Syllabus for Class 10

HSO Syllabus for Class 1

Given below is the syllabus for the class 1 science Olympiad.

  • Living things around us (identification)
  • Non-living things around us (identification)
  • The food we eat (identification and taste)
  • Clothes we wear (type and use)
  • Drinking water & air (sources and uses)
  • My family and relatives
  • Everyday science

HSO Syllabus for Class 2

Given below is the syllabus for the class 2 science Olympiad.

  • Living things around us (characteristics)
  • Non-living things around us (characteristics)
  • The food we eat (classification and properties)
  • Clothes we wear (sources and properties)
  • Drinking water & air (components and properties)
  • Society

HSO Syllabus for Class 3

Given below is the syllabus for the class 3 science Olympiad.

  • Characteristics of land animals
  • Characteristics of aquatic animals
  • Characteristics of birds
  • Knowing plants
  • Parts of the human body (identification)
  • Communication
  • Our senses
  • Chemicals around us (identification)
  • Motion, transport, and travel
  • Natural resources
  • Keeping our environment clean

HSO Syllabus for Class 4

Given below is the syllabus for the class 4 science Olympiad.

  • World of microorganisms
  • Parts of the human body (uses and details)
  • Joints and body movements
  • Communication: our senses
  • Chemicals around us (uses and properties)
  • Forces in nature, work, and energy
  • Our universe
  • Soil
  • Our environment

HSO Syllabus for Class 5

Given below is the syllabus for the class 5 science Olympiad.

  • Our eyes: a gift of God to humans
  • Our heart: a life-controlling unit
  • Nutrition and chemistry in everyday life
  • Motion and measurement
  • Work, power, and energy gravitation
  • Our habitat
  • Agriculture and farming
  • Pollution: a global problem

HSO Syllabus for Class 6

Given below is the syllabus for the class 6 science Olympiad.

  • Fibre to fabric
  • Sorting materials into groups and separation of substances
  • Motion
  • Measurement of distances, light, shadows, and reflections
  • Food and components of food
  • Changes around our surroundings
  • Knowing plants and living organisms
  • Surroundings
  • Body movements
  • Water and air around us
  • Garbage in and garbage out

HSO Syllabus for Class 7

Given below is the syllabus for the class 7 science Olympiad.

  • Heat and light
  • Physical and chemical changes
  • Acids, bases, and salts
  • Weather, climate, and adaptation of animals to climate, winds, storms, and cyclones
  • Motion and time
  • Electric current and its effects
  • Soil water: a useful resource and wastewater
  • Forests
  • Nutrition in plants and animals
  • Respiration in organisms
  • Transportation in animals and plants
  • Reproduction in plants

HSO Syllabus for Class 8

Given below is the syllabus for the class 8 science Olympiad.

  • Synthetic fibres and plastics
  • Materials: metals and non-metals
  • Coal and petroleum
  • Combustion and flame
  • Sound and light
  • Force, pressure, and friction
  • Chemical effects of electric current
  • Some natural phenomena
  • Stars and the solar system
  • Crop production and its management
  • Cell structure and functions
  • Microorganisms: useful and harmful effects
  • Animals reproduction
  • Conservation of plants and animals
  • Air and water pollution

HSO Syllabus for Class 9

Given below is the syllabus for the class 9 science Olympiad.

  • Matter in our surroundings and matter around us in pure form
  • Atoms, molecules, and structure of an atom
  • The fundamental unit of life and tissues
  • Diversity in living organisms
  • Motion and force
  • Laws of motion and gravitation
  • Work, energy, and sound
  • Why do we fall ill?
  • Natural resources
  • Improvement in food resources

HSO Syllabus for Class 10

Given below is the syllabus for the class 10 science Olympiad.

  • Chemical reactions and equations
  • Acid, bases, and salts
  • Periodic classification of elements
  • Metals and non-metals
  • Carbon and its compounds
  • Life processes
  • Control and coordination
  • How do organisms reproduce?
  • Heredity and evolution
  • Light-reflection, refraction, the human eye, and colourful world
  • Electricity and magnetic effects of current and sources of energy
  • Our environment and management of natural resources

Steps to Download HSO Syllabus

HSO syllabus for classes 11 and 12 will be the same as their academic syllabus. For classes 1 to 10, the syllabus includes topics from school boards and concepts discussed below.

Besides, students can get the syllabus book from the official website by following the steps mentioned below.

  • After successful registration, students can log in to the official website or download the HummingBird learning app.
  • Log in to the student's corner, using the HSO registration id as a username and password.
  • Students can view the e-books, HSO workbooks, and syllabus materials.
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