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Sixth Grade

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Learning from home? Continue learning math with this free library of 6th GRADE math video lessons that are perfect for homeschool and remote learning. (Tags: homeschooling, 6th grade, sixth grade, grade 6, math, maths, common core, homeschool, elementary school)

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We teach figurative language in upper elementary. This can be a bit of a tricky skill for students in fourth, fifth or sixth grades, but I’ve developed some engaging and rigorous activities that help students to comprehend and use figurative language in their own writing and language assignments.

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Our 10 year old was given the opportunity to do sixth grade math in fifth grade. We were psyched that he was going to be challenged more in his favorite subject. The program is pretty much self-taught and while it's gone well, there has been one hiccup ... fractions. My son normally does mental math at the speed of light, but fractions ssssslllllllllloooooowwwww him way down and that's pretty frustrating for him. As he struggled through his homework, I agonized over a way to help him. While…

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Looking for free 7th grade math resources? This jackpot collection includes free 7th grade math worksheets, activities, puzzles, lesson plans, videos, and more! This is a must have for any 7th grade math teacher! (Tags: free resources, 7th grade, seventh grade, grade 7, maths, middle school, lesson plan, algebra, remote learning, summer school, homeschool, maths)

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Help your kids get extra math practice with these free printable 6th Grade Math Worksheets, perfect for school at home, summer learning and extra learning to help kids gain math fluency.

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Your sixth grade students are ready not just to read young adult novels; they are ready to engage, discuss, and devour good literature.

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Get ready to start First Chapter Friday in your elementary or middle school classroom! Reading just the first chapter of a novel will get kids excited about their independent reading books. On the blog, there is a free printable book list for you to download! The blog post also provides tips and strategies on how to get started with First Chapter Friday and how to make it successful in your classroom. Motivate and inspire all your readers! (fourth grade fifth grade sixth grade seventh…

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Looking for a language or grammar Interactive Notebook that doesn’t claim to be appropriate for several grade levels? Now you have a resource that is specifically designed for the students you teach and the standards you need to cover. This Language Interactive Notebook provides you with an effective way to teach important concepts, all while engaging students and increasing retention. Interactive Notebooks are not just a “fun” or “cute” activity for your students; they are powerful learning…

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Need ideas for icebreakers and activities that fifth or sixth graders would enjoy? Read from a 5th grade teacher about her first day of school that worked well!

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Blog post at PragmaticMom : Best Books for 6th Grade by Ninety 6th Grade Students I was my daughter's middle school visiting day when I chanced upon a wall of 'first d[..]

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