Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources
Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources
Top 5 Sixth Grade Resources This Week 

Sixth Grade Worksheets

Sixth Grade Worksheets

Spelling Words
Sixth Grade Spelling Words
   Sixth Grade Spelling Words
Sixth Grade Workbooks
   6th Grade Homework Workbooks

Weekly Math Worksheets
Weekly Math Worksheets for Sixth Graders
   6th Grade Weekly Math Practice
Smaller, weekly, no prep math workbooks to reinforce math skills

April Gifted Math Challenge Workbook for Kids
Gifted Sixth Grade Students
   6th Grade
Math Challenge Book

Sixth Grade Math Worksheets
   Sixth Grade Math
More Word Problems
Sixth Grade Word Problems
Word Problems and Math Review

Print fun math review books that won't bore your sixth graders.
New word problems and puzzles each time you create a new workbook.

Math Worksheets

Morning Work
Sixth Grade Curriculum Resources
   Morning Work
Make as many sixth grade morning books as you'd like.
A new book each time.

Sixth Grade Reading Comprehension
   Reading Workbook

Puzzle Books for Kids
Sixth Grade Puzzles for Kids
Sixth Grade Puzzle Book

Curriculum Resources
Sixth Grade Curriculum Resources
   April 2019 Curriculum Resources

April Poster Packs
April Poster Packs
   April Poster Packs

Smaller Reading Workbook
Print a reading, proof reading, cloze, math, and writing practice with mixed review all in one small easy to print workbook. A top teacher resource.

Reading Comprehension Workbook      Sixth Grade Smaller Reading Workbook

Quick math minute worksheets to fill in 15-minute gaps in classroom time.
Math Minutes - Free Classroom Math Practice Worksheets
Math Minutes

What do kids learn in the sixth grade?
Sixth grade may be the first year of middle school and with that comes many adjustments and new encounters. Rigor and complexity increase as students are expected to utilize and sharpen the skills they have learned in the preceding grades in order to work at a high level and to prepare for high school, college, and career. The goal of reading at this level is to increase text complexity in all genres, particularly nonfiction. Summarizing, inferring, and analyzing should take place in selections across the curriculum. A deepened understanding of point of view, vocabulary skills (roots, context clues, and reference materials), use of textual evidence, and recognition of figurative language will be cultivated. In math, students will concentrate on geometry, statistics and data, patterns, ratios, percentages, negative numbers, and other complicated math concepts. Students will continue to hone problem-solving processes. The vast resources available in this unit are designed to appeal to the interests of this age group while promoting critical thinking skills. Features include weekly and monthly take-home workbooks, homework review, STEM and STEAM books, all with attention-grabbing fun, such as employing fidget spinners on timed math sheets. You can be assured that the material is aligned with current standards to support classroom goals. To avoid student boredom and burnout, use this top teacher resource to keep your sixth graders' skills sharp and their interest piqued!

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