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Overview

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.

  • Week of 10th to 14th of June, 2018 I am sorry for not posting this week. I was very proud of the students’ efforts on the grade 6 Math exam . It was long and difficult, but they showed determination and comprehension. It covered almost all of the topics that we have covered since January. Math and Social Studies: There will be no Social ...
  • Week of 3rd to 7th June 2018 Math : We are now finished our review/study of plotting points on a co-ordinate grid. We have our biggest test of the year on Thursday which will include everything we’ve done since January. In addition to co-ordinate grids there will be; angles, triangles, improper fractions /mixed number, basic computation with decimals, perimeter/area/volume of rectangular prisms, and ...
  • Week of 27th to 31st of May 2018 Math : We will complete our look at converting fractions to decimals to per cent. We will  then have a review / study of “plotting points on a co-ordinate grid. On Thursday, June 7,  we will have a test which will cover all of the topics that we have studied since January, including: angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, ...
  • Week of 21st to 24th of May 2018 Math: We will complete our brief look at converting fractions to decimals to per cent.. Pages 192 and 193 (questions 1- 11) have been assigned, and we will do pages 190 and 191 together in class. We will move on to reviewing important material such as: integers, number lines and plotting points on a co-ordinate grid. Social ...
  • Week of 13th to 17th May 2018 Math : We will have our quiz on volume on Wednesday. We have completed our “review” on volume and now move to a very important section on converting fractions to decimals to per cent. This is covered in pages 190- 193 in our textbooks. Social Studies: We have begun our “group projects” on World War 1 which we ...
  • Week of 6th to 10th May 2018 Our field trip to Garbage City went well last Thursday though it was a very warm day. Math: We will have our “volume quiz” on Monday , May 13. It will be only involving whole numbers. We have gone back to the section on mixed number and improper fractions.(pages 162 -175 in our textbooks). We completed pages ...
  • Week of 29th of April to 3rd of May 2018 Math This will be a short week as we have a field trip on Thursday and a holiday on Tuesday. Wednesday’s quiz will still occur , and will deal with volume (including multiplying and dividing decimals). This is tricky material and is new material for some of the students. We have will have done pages ...
  • Week of 22nd to 26 April 2018 Math: We will spend a few classes reviewing (learning) how to multiply and divide by two digit numbers (including decimals). This is new material for many students, so it will be ongoing. We will go back to unit 5 starting on Thursday. We are re-doing (together) pages 86 and 87 from our workbooks. Social Studies: We will have ...
  • Week of 15th to 19th April 2018 I hope that everyone had a nice Spring Break. We are now nearing the end of the year, with only about 9 weeks of classes remaining. It is essential that the students continue to work hard. Math–  We will begin with a review of perimeter area and volume (229- 231 in our textbooks). We will then ...
  • Week of 25th to 29th March 2018 Math I was pleased with last week’s math quiz. We will begin the week with a look at volume of cubes and other “rectangular prisms” (pages 86 and 87 in our workbook). We are also reviewing computation involving decimals. After this, we need to review some of the topics which were covered in the first ...