Our Sixth Grade Program focuses on children that are eleven to twelve years old.
Our program has a touch of excitement with Social Studies covering Biblical history and ancient civilizations up to the time of the Early Church. Science covers Human Anatomy and Physiology, including an exciting science kit. Students continue to grow in their reading and math skills, including learning about fractions, decimals, percentages, basic geometry, maps, graphs, charts, units of measure, averaging, rounding, and Roman Numerals.
6th grade includes:
Increasing In Wisdom Bible Study
Proverbs is a fascinating book on wisdom and character, and now students can study and compare traits ranging from diligence vs. laziness to humility vs. pride.
Math Lessons for a Living Education: Level 6 (Set)
Continue the adventure with Charlie and Charlotte as they learn about fractions, decimals, percentages, basic geometry, maps, graphs, charts, units of measure, averaging, rounding, and Roman Numerals.
This level of Math Lessons for a Living Education has a separate teacher guide, which also includes all quizzes, quiz answers, worksheet answers, a suggested daily schedule, reviews, a final exam and guidelines for an optional end of
Easy Grammar Grade 6
Students are asked to delete prepositional phrases in order to help understand other concepts. In addition to grammar concepts, capitalization, punctuation, sentence types, phrases/clauses, and friendly/business letters are included. Ample practice worksheets are offered for each skill.
- 53 prepositions introduced
- Materials presented and reviewed throughout
- Contains unit reviews, unit tests, cumulative reviews, and cumulative tests
- Writing section “teaches” how to write appositives, semicolon, construction, compound sentences, subordinate clauses, and participial phrases
- Includes pre/post assessments
Writing Strands: Beginning 2
Focuses on foundational skills, written exercises, and the overall writing process. Students will learn how to effectively master using sentences and writing paragraphs, main/supporting ideas, point of view, the process of rewriting, and creating characters; apply the skill of planning and writing a short story; organize objects so their placement can be understood; understand that all people do not see the same things in the same ways; and demonstrate the ability to connect complicated sentences to make a story. Literature lessons include discerning setting from a Biblical passage; identifying cultural aspects of literature, and how this can help in better understanding biblical passages; explaining how to search for setting clues, the setting, and mood of a story, symbolism, and illustrating how one can use setting clues to understand characters and their actions.
Bronze Bow Book
The 1962 Newbery Medal winner. Angry and vengeful at the death of his parents, Daniel bar Jamin joins an outlaw band pledging to do all he can to rid the land of the hated Romans. But Daniel’s life is changed after an encounter with a wandering teacher from Nazareth named Jesus. Could he be following the wrong leader?
Winner of a Newbery Honor, an exciting ancient Egyptian mystery!
Ranofer wants only one thing in the world: to be a master goldsmith like his beloved father was. But how can he when he is all but imprisoned by his evil half brother, Gebu? Ranofer knows the only way he can escape Gebu’s abuse is by changing his destiny. But can a poor boy with no skills survive on the cutthroat streets of ancient Thebes? Then Ranofer finds a priceless golden goblet in Gebu’s room and he knows his luck−and his destiny−are about to change.
This stirring novel takes place in Biblical times. It shows, through the life of an orphaned Hittite, how Judea has always been the crossroads and battlefield of contending nations. During his great adventure, he finally comes to peace with himself, the Hebrews, and God.
This novel is set in ancient Greece and tells the fictionalized story of Onesimus, a runaway slave whose story is included in the New Testament book of Philemon. It begins when Onesimus is a child and shows the struggles he faced as a slave. As he grows and eventually escapes slavery, he is constantly faced with new Christians coming into his life, and he even becomes close
Made In His Own Image (Discovering Nature Series)
This yearlong science course introduces human anatomy and health, including nutrition, the five senses, how the body systems work, staying healthy, and more.
From the different types of joints and bones to chiropractic care, from the layers of skin to how tobacco, alcohol, and drugs can harm, from muscles and tendons to protein, fats, and carbohydrates, from the benefits of exercise to how the nerves and brain work, from how sugar harms the body and how gluten can affect those with autoimmune disease, this course covers many topics. From caring for your teeth to how to discern good fats from bad fats, from how your body digests food to the importance of drinking enough water, from the five senses to vitamins and minerals and much more, this course is one that will benefit all students who wish to learn more about the one body they were given by God, and how to be its best steward.!
This single-head, aluminum-alloy stethoscope is a perfect way to introduce older children to the interior workings of the human body. Heart, breath, and even abdominal sounds can be easily heard through the diaphragm with a little practice
The World’s Story 1: The Ancients
Students will start with God’s Creation and learn all about Biblical history and ancient civilizations up to the time of the Early Church.
Elementary Geography & Cultures
Elementary Geography & Cultures guides your student on a journey across the globe in this engaging elementary geography course! Students will explore continents, countries, and cultures around the globe while discovering biomes, history, government systems, heritage sites, recipes, and Christian heritage through visually stunning books and engaging worksheets!
Explorer Globe – 12″ diam/blue/raised rel/met
12″ diameter globe featuring raised relief and metal base.
Pentime Cursive Grade 6
This program is designed to teach children handwriting with a minimum of assistance.
Art With a Purpose
Simple step-by-step art lessons for children in grade 6. This course includes shading with colored pencils, drawing faces, lettering, grid work, freehand and perspective drawing.
Story of Bach in Words and Music CD
DID YOU KNOW…
Bach came from a long line of musicians.
Bach was the most celebrated German organist of his time.
Mozart said of Bach: “He is the father of all music. We are his children.”
Bach had 20 children, several of whom also became famous as composers and performers.
Most of Bach’s music was forgotten until the German composer Felix Mendelssohn, began a revival in 1829.
Story of Handel in Words and Music CD
DID YOU KNOW…
Handel, like his exact contemporary Johann Sebastian Bach, was a famous organist, but he left little music for the instrument.
Few composers worked as quickly as Handel, who sometimes completed major works in a matter of days.
Handel was a cosmopolitan figure. His music brought together elements of English, French, German, and Italian styles.
Stories of Vivaldi & Corelli In Words & Music CD
No quality education would be complete without a study of the greatest names in musical history. Music Masters eases your research and preparation by interweaving a narrative about the composer’s life with selections of his most important works.
6th grade with alternate math includes:
Zeta Math Primer
Zeta extends the student’s concept of place value to the right of the decimal point. Students learn to complete core operations with decimals. The connection between fractions and decimals is presented.
Tuition billed separately ($28 a month for 10 months).