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6th grade history

This week, students are learning the branches of government.

Students are to look up Florida’s two senators, print the pictures and attach to the worksheet they were given today. 37 more words

Spelling words for week of Aug. 29-Sept. 2

trace, mayor, parade, escape, invade, complain, misplace, stain, raincoat, remain, safety, neighborhood, entertain, hesitate, explain, agent, congratulate, straight, weighted, disobey  79 more words

I'm Finally Homeschooling (Here's Why)

I never thought I was the type to put my kids in homeschool.  I always saw those families as having “those” kids and moms who were homeschooling because they were turning a blind eye to science, or they weren’t getting their way with something, or they couldn’t get along with anyone.  1,174 more words

Hallelujah Chorus (Messiah) | Listening Map, Biography and Story (PDF)

What to make this a Christmas season in you music class that your students will remember? Handel’s Messiah is one of most played pieces of all time, and it’s likely your students will attend a concert. 175 more words

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6th Grade Syllabus

Welcome to sixth grade! I hope you are ready to get straight to business, because I am. This is your syllabus. I should be in your folder at all times available for you to refer to it. 767 more words

6th Grade


In science we’re learning about classification and how living things are classified. To put this into practice, the students classified Legos.

We used the same Lego set my siblings and I played with as kids–thank you mom for saving them all these years! 68 more words


Welcome to the new 2016-2017 School Year

I am so happy to have you in my class.  It is going to be a great school year!

Please check back frequently, as I am in the process of updating this blog.  17 more words

6th Grade