6th Grade Worksheets
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!
6th Grade Activities
Grade 6 Worksheets
Here is your one-stop-shop for all things grade 3 on my blog! All my no prep sixth grade worksheets, fun 6th grade games (including printable board games, card games, puzzles, clip cards, etc), and hands-on activities are listed below…..and it’s all FREE!! Just click on any thumbnail below to see more and download! There are LOTS so keep scrolling.
Grade 6 Math
6th Grade English
6th Grade Science
Although science topics vary by state, here are some things generally included in grade 6 science: what is a scientist, famous scientists, scientific method, chemistry for kids – what is matter, periodic table, elements, Issac Newton, Newton’s 1st / 2nd / 3rd Law of Motion, Kinetic and Potential Energy, Mechanical and Thermal Energy. Chemical and Electrical Energy, energy and heat transfer, environment, organization of organisms: Classification, human body for kids – cells and their structure, tissues, organs, skeletal, nervous, circulatory, recpiratory, reporductive, digestive, excretory systems, layers of the earth, water cycle, types of rocks – Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic, the rock cycle, climate, weather, air pressure, warm/cold fronts, what is the atmosphere made of
6th Grade History
Although topics vary by state or schooling system, generally grade 6 social studies invovles studying ancient civilizations. Study ancient Mesopotamia history learning about Gilgamesh and the Summerians. Explore the fascinating Egyptians with these Ancient Egypt project ideas plus free worksheets. Learn about the Ancient Greeks, Ancient Romans, and Ancient Civilizations of MesoAmerica – Mayans, Incans, and Aztecs. If time allows, journey through the Middle Ages with grandiose castles, daring knights, and the beginning of the renaissance just as the world was being explored with early explorers.
*If you are a Bible-believing Christian you will want to start in the book of Genesis and go through a brief Old Testament Overview leading up to Summerians before diving back into a secular world history. I suggest continuing to weave Bible stories in with history so children will understand how it all took place chronologically. I suggest our Digging into World History curriculum which has lessons, videos, worksheets, coloring pages, projects, timelines, quizes, and more for the whole family!
Worksheets for 6th Graders
To see all of our free activities, scroll below and click on any image to see more about that resource and print the pdf.
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