Welcome to 6th Grade!

Ms. Sullivan’s Homeroom

Students, please return the following textbooks to school this week:  Math, Grammar for Writing, The Giver  

Weekly Homework

Monday, June 7th
Please bring back any textbooks and classroom novels.
Other:  Spring food drive & free dress tomorrow

Tuesday, June 1st
ELA:  Finish reading chapter 22 in The Giver
Science:  Finish section 2 in your project
Other:  Spring Food Drive

Wednesday, June 2nd
Social Studies:  Greek “wanted” poster due tomorrow
ELA:  Giver questions due Friday
Other:  Spring food drive

Thursday, June 3rd
Science:  Turn in project today
ELA:  Finish verb activity on www.noredink.com, Giver questions due tomorrow

Friday, June 4th
Please bring back your textbooks & classroom novels next week.
Check Power School for missing assignments.
Have a wonderful weekend!




Keep scrolling to find assignment descriptions, study guides, and due dates.

Class Work

Achieve 3000 Articles for the week of April 19th

1) Class article:  A Day for Cesar Chavez  Please complete the article and activity.  Due Wednesday, April 21st.

You need to score above 75% and take the time to write a detailed paragraph for the thought question, to earn full credit.

2) Free choice article – tba.

Lesson 5 Vocabulary
Words from The Giver, by Lois Lowry

consequence – n. the effect, result, or outcome of something occurring earlier
elaborate – v. to add details, to expand
factor – n. one of the elements contributing to a particular result
massive – adj. consisting of or forming a large mass; bulky and heavy
negotiate – v. to deal or bargain with others, as in the preparation of a contract or business deal
objective – n. purpose, goal, or target
precise – adj. strictly stated, defined, or fixed
predict – v. to declare or tell in advance; foretell
revise – v. to alter something already written, in order to make changes
tangible – adj. real or actual, rather than imaginary; capable of being touched
transform – v. to change form, appearance, or structure
vibrant – adj. vigorous, energetic, and vital

Test:  Thursday, April 29th


Book Talks
Book talks are a way for students to choose a book within a genre and share it with the class.  Students will prepare a 3-5 minute oral presentation on the book, including a short plot summary, character explanation, and recommendation, with evidence from the book!  In addition, 6th graders will create a visual presentation from one of the many book talk menu choices and compose a short writing piece.  This is an opportunity for students to show great effort and creativity, and to practice speaking in front of a group!

The 3rd trimester project is open to any genre.  Please refer to the schedule under the Book Talk Info tab.

Social Studies


Literature Reading

We are currently reading:  Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
We are on chapter: 6

Language Arts


Executive Functioning Lessons

1) Materials management

2) Time management

3) How to use detail in your homework planner

4) How to use the CUCC method (circle, underline, count, complete) when you receive a project or assignment