In this series of Freebie Friday Posts, I’m sharing Grade specific freebies. I often see posts online asking for grade specific printables and resources. This week we are focusing on Grade 6 resources.
Grade 6 Worksheets from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
So you have a sixth grader? Whether you are a homeschooler, teacher, or are a parent supplementing your child’s education — we’ve got lots of fun, creative educational activities for you! This page is filled with over pages of 6th grade math worksheets, grade 6 math games, and activities to make learning Math, English / Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Art, Bible, Music, and more FUN!
27 area and Perimeter Worksheets Grade 6 from Accounting Invoice
Grade 6 Spelling Words from Tree Valley Academy
Here are the grade 6 spelling words that use weekly themes in the goal of making spelling more enjoyable.
6th Grade Writing Prompts from Journal Buddies
As they enter middle school and prepare to become teenagers, many sixth graders find themselves struggling to understand their emotions and to express their changing, unique personalities. It’s a tough time, for sure, but journaling can help students make sense of their experiences and reflect on who they are and where they’re heading next in life.
In these brand new journaling prompts for 6th graders, students will reflect on everything from what it means to be a good friend to what goals they hope to accomplish in the next few years.
As your sixth graders explore what inspires them about their heroes and complete writing exercises like a poem about their favorite day of the year, they will become more confident in their thoughts and opinions—and most importantly, they will also enjoy an incredible opportunity to express themselves freely.
6th Grade Spelling Words & Activities from Spelling Words Well
Our 6th grade spelling words and activities are great resources for parents, teachers and students. Upper elementary students are mastering more and more spelling words, but there’s no need to stop learning now!
6th Grade Language Spiral Review | Grammar Review | FREE from One Stop Teacher Shop on Teachers Pay Teachers
This FREE 6th Grade Language spiral review resource can easily be used as HOMEWORK, WARM UPS, or a DAILY GRAMMAR REVIEW! This resource was designed to keep GRAMMAR & WORD STUDY standards fresh all year and to help you easily track student progress.
Understanding Text Structure Powerpoint from Emily Kissner on Teachers Pay Teachers
This presentation introduces five common text structures (chronological order, cause and effect, compare and contrast, problem/solution, and description) with examples, review, and discussion. This is a good starting point if you are just beginning with teaching text structure.
FREE Bio Poems Made Easy from Laura Candler on Teachers Pay Teachers
A bio poem is a simple poem written about a person, and it follows a predictable pattern. You can have students write Bio Poems about themselves, or they can write about famous historical figures, book characters, people they admire, and so on. This free poetry lesson includes directions, graphic organizers, a Bio Poem planning page, a sheet of decorative writing paper, and a sample bio poem to share with students.
Figurative Language Stories for Close Reading ~ FREE Complete Week 1! from Lovin Lit on Teachers Pay Teachers
Full Product Description:
6 original reading passages for teaching and reviewing figurative language: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, idiom, and allusion.
Each of the 6 passages includes 4 activities. Please view the preview file for the first passage and tasks in their entirety.
Task A: Identify Figurative Language – Read the story and annotate (highlight or underline and label) figurative language; includes a checklist of what students should find. There are between 10-14 instances of figurative language in each passage.
Task B: Analyze Figurative Language – Students answer higher-order thinking questions based on the figurative language used in the story.
Task C: Modify Figurative Language – Students choose 5 instances of figurative language from the story and modify them so that figurative language still keeps its basic original meaning.
Task D: Revise Figurative Language – Students revise the paragraph based on the changes they made in Task C.
Interactive Reading Notebooks ~ FREE Bonus Lesson! Making Inferences from Lovin Lit on Teachers Pay Teachers
This freebie includes a complete interactive reading notebook lesson on making inferences. It is a bonus lesson that is not included in my other notebook products, so be sure to download this if you own those as well.
This lesson includes 3 activities and is aligned to CCSS standards for grades 4-8.