Math: In 6th grade, the students use the Reveal Math curriculum which is supplemented by IXL math. This year they will study a number of mathematical concepts including, but not limited to, ratios and percents, numerical and algebraic expressions, relationships between variables, area, surface area, volume, and statistical measures and displays.
Science: The 6th-grade science curriculum begins with studies of laboratory safety and measurement. 6th graders then study forces and motion including studies of momentum, Newton’s laws, electricity, and magnetism. They end the year with studies of sound and light.
ELA begins with a study of the classic War of Troy, followed by a novel study and research of WWI, a variety of poetry, writing short stories, studying Shakespeare, and a creative project.
World History Begins with ancient river civilizations through the Middle Ages and Renaissance.
Math Students use the Reveal Math curriculum which is supplemented by IXL math. This year they will study a number of mathematical concepts with a strong emphasis on algebraic concepts that will be needed for Algebra 1 in either 8th grade or high school.
science curriculum begins with studying living organisms including bacteria, protists, animals, and fungi. 7th graders then study the human body for the remainder of the year including in-depth studies of each body system.
ELA begins with a classic story study, research projects into WW2 and a novel study, moving into short stories and genre study, a Shakespeare study, and presentation and debate.
First Semester Geography: Looks at the five themes of geography and how they are applied to regions Second Semester is Kansas History
The Pre-Algebra curriculum focuses on getting students ready for high school. We review many concepts that were introduced in the 7th grade and build upon the algebraic concepts introduced last year to make sure the students are successful at whichever high school they attend for 9th grade and beyond.
begin the year studying astronomy and space. We look in depth at the interactions between the sun, moon, and earth including tides, moon phases, seasons, and more. We then study the Earth and its structure. The year ends with and introductory study of chemistry.
ELA begins with an analysis of a variety of writing types and paper writing, novel study, analyzing war poetry, and writing informative speeches. Ending with a Shakespeare study and research papers
U.S. History: Cover the time period of the American Revolution up through Reconstruction and Industrial Revolution