Curriculum

Our Sixth Grade Curricula and Schedule

I start my school year planning the spring before the next school year starts. Usually around April, I start evaluating what we have gotten done and what we are likely to finish before our summer break. Although, I usually have a pretty good idea what our school year will entail, I don’t always figure out how practically I can put a schedule together. In July, I start putting together a daily schedule.

Mornings 9am-11am

Monday and Wednesday
History Reading/Activities
Multiplication Facts
Life of Fred Text Story Book

Tuesday and Thursday
Shakespeare
Handwriting/Bible Verse
Multiplication Facts
Life of Fred Text Story Book

Mid Mornings 11am-12

Monday, Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday
Saxon Math

Afternoon 1pm-3pm


Monday Afternoons 1-3
Physics/ Science
Writing
Bible Art Challenge (1st Quarter)

Wednesday
Afternoons 1-3 (1st Semester)
Geography
Spelling
Poetry/Free Reading
Bible Art Challenge (1st Quarter)
Physics/ Science

Tuesday and Thursday
Afternoon 1-3
Grammar
Spelling
Poetry/Free Reading
Critical Thinking/Logic

Friday
Writing
Physics/ Science
Math Projects
Spelling Test
Grammar

We do take many small breaks and an hour lunch break.

6th Grade Curriculum

History
Story of the World Second Half of Vol 2 and Vol 3, Susan Wise Bauer
Second Half of Volume 2 and Volume 3

Math
Life of Fred Fractions (Text Only)
Multiplication Facts That Stick By: Kate Snow
Saxon Math 7/6
Connected Mathematics 2 (Stretching and Shrinking)

Geography
Story of the World Second Half of Vol 2 Susan Wise Bauer
Homeschool Middle School Geography HERE.

Spelling
Spelling Power

Art
Geography Through Art
Art History, Various resources
Bible Art Challenges (Here)

Poetry
Poetry Practice Lessons in Writing Poetry Mrs. Silas Bowman

Shakespeare
How to Teach Your Children Shakespeare, Ken Ludwig

Science: Physical Science
Physics for the Logic Stage
See how to make a Lab Lap Book.

Logic
Book 3 Figural (Continue from 5th Grade)
Critical Thinking Book 1, Harnadeck

Writing
Institute Excellence in Writing (IEW)

Handwriting/Bible Verse
Write through the Bible Student Workbook

Grammar
Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind Student Workbook 1 (Continue from 5th Grade)
By: Susan Wise Bauer, Audrey Anderson

What We Have Used in the Past
Summer Learning
Quarantine Learning
Fifth Grade Curriculum
Fifth Grade Reading List
Our Sixth Grade Reading List
Bible Art Challenges
Sixth Grade Geography

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