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Sixth graders investigate how journal writing helps preserve past, present and future history. They discover how different groups of people keep different types of journals and what the journals show about the lives of the writers.
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All About Bats Cyberhunt!
Young scholars explore animal characteristics by participating in an Internet scavenger hunt. In this bat research instructional activity, students identify the different types of bats and the different features they have. Young scholars...
2nd - 6th Visual & Performing Arts
End-of-Year Practice Test (Grade 6 ELA/Literacy)
With the end of the year quickly approaching it's time to find out exactly how much your sixth graders have learned. Specifically designed for the Common Core ELA standards, this practice test gives students five reading passages,...
6th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Preserving the Past, Present, and Future with Journals
Sixth graders complete a unit of lessons on the contributions of journals and journal writing in preserving the past. They read a variety of journal entries, create a personal time capsule, and develop their own journal.
6th English Language Arts