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Grade 6 children learn about many different topics. They work on thinking skills to interpret, compare and combine ideas and communicate about what they are learning. The required subject areas are: Arts Education, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Physical Education/Health Education, Science, and Social Studies. Your child will have the chance to learn in many different ways – by themselves, with teachers and with other children.

  • Important Announcement Hello, If students are absent for a test (math, March 20, ELA March 21). They MUST bring a note (or email) from their parents as to why they missed the test). They may and/or bring a doctor’s note. Otherwise they will receive a mark of zero. This applies to all tests and quizzes.
  • Week of 17th to 21st March, 2019 I have added several new videos to Edmodo which I suggest that the students review. ELA: We are continuing with our study of Harry Potter and have a quiz on March 21 (which is an early dismissal day). We have also finished our study of verb tenses , including Perfect and Continuous tenses. We will begin with essay writing next week. Math: We ...
  • Week of 10th to 14th of March, 2019 Science: I have cancelled the Science test on March 13 on the Solar System. We are presenting our projects this week. If time allows , we will continue with  a brief look at the future of Space Travel. Many projects so far have been great. Math: We are reviewing division before continuing with fractions to decimal to percent. ELA: Verb tenses: (perfect ...
  • Week of 3rd to 7th March 2019 ELA : We are working on the Harry Potter novel as well as continuing our review on literary terms. They have as quiz on chapters 1-10 on March 20. Please be sure that they are reading the book. We are also preparing for the school speech contest. Math: We are working on changing fractions to decimals to percent.  They ...
  • Week of 24th to 27th February 2019 Math: We have covered our look at Geometry and Proper/Improper fractions. We are working on converting fractions to decimals to percent and are progressing well. Most did quite well on last week’s test . Science: We are finishing our unit on the Universe and solar system. We will have a test after next week as their Solar System ...
  • Week of 10th to 21st February 2019 Math:    We are working (still ) on geometry (perimeter, are and v0lume). We are also Including basic functions with decimal.(pages 226-238. We will also have a math test (triangles, converting mixed numbers to improper fractions). Science: We continue our study of the Cosmos and will begin our projects this week. (the Solar system).  The projects will ...
  • Week of 3rd to 7th February 2019 Hello,The students are progressing well. They are working harder and taking better notes. I will be marking their notebooks and agendas as of January 14. Some still need to focus more , but we are working together to get ready for grade 7. Math: We are making good progress, but students need to ...
  • Week of January 27-31 2019 Math: We will complete our study of constructing triangles and quadrilaterals. The students need to come prepared to class as many lack rulers, compasses and protractors. In addition , several still do not have notebooks/binders or paper. We will move onto to studying perimeter , area and volume starting Wednesday. (page 26 in our workbooks. They will do the questions on ...
  • Week of 20th to 24th January 2019 This is a short week due to Arabic exams and Thursday being a holiday. It is important that the students are working hard and doing their best to understand. Math:     We are continuing our study of geometry as well as reviewing (learning) about mixed numbers and improper fractions. We will review constructing triangles , and they will ...
  • Week of 16th to 20th December 2018 Math : We have moved from angles to triangles and quadrilaterals.They were assigned pages 54 and 55 in their work book (due Tuesday). We should complete unit 4 by the end of the week. We will also work together on pages148, 149, 152 and 153 in our textbooks. ELA:  We are working on sentences and how to ...