6th Grade | Week 4

  • Welcome, sixth grade families, to week four of our optional learning opportunities.  As a reminder, these are a non-graded set of resources for your family to use during our extended closure.  Resources will be updated each week. If you have difficulty accessing the resources please call 360-279-5040 or email us at

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Reading and Writing

  • Estimated Daily Time:  30-60 minutes

    Option 1

    Complete days 12-14 on Scholastic Learn at Home  Students can continue using this resource. 

    Option 2

    i-Ready online lessons - Students have accounts in Clever 

    Option 3

    i-Ready Reading packet  p. 19-23

    i-Ready Reading packet Answer key

    Option 4

    Read at least 30 minutes a day and respond to Reading Bingo Reading Bingo Card

    Option 5

    Virtually visit the Sno-Isle Library

    Option 6

    English Grammar or Vocabulary on Free Rice

    Option 7

    Write a one page paper about a historical person who had autism and accomplished amazing things. (See resource links in SS section) 

    Option 8

    Informational Graphic Organizer


Social-Emotional Learning

Science/Social Studies



  • Estimated Daily Time:  15-30 minutes

    Option 1

    April Activity Calendar - 15-30 min daily

    April Daily Activities

    Option 2

    All activities need to be approved by your parents.

    Help a neighbor or friend with some spring cleaning!

    Do as many trunk-lifts as you can.

    Spring into Action: Find 2 people. Do 30 jumping jacks together.

    Do push-up shoulder taps while reciting your spelling words.

    Take a walk

Art and Music

  • Estimated Daily Time:  15-30 minutes.  (Select one content area to focus on per day.)


    2 Point Perspective Drawing:Doors - https://youtu.be/3VAUzcpvXl4

    If you do not have access to the internet, use the blank sheet of paper provided and choose one of the following Sketchbook prompts.

    Draw one of your shoes, fully shaded...don’t forget its' surroundings


    Looking really closely, draw two different coins next to each other.

    Focus on the values, remember, there are no lines!


    Please visit  https://folkways.si.edu/ 

    This is an awesome site that has music from around the world.  You can choose genre, place, musician and others. Some music is very old, some new.  Explore music you have not listened to before. Write on a piece of paper:

    Name of the recording_______________________________

    What genre/where did it come from?_______________________________

    What did you hear?__________________________________

    (Instruments? Vocal?)________________________________

    What tempo(speed) most of the time through the music?________

    What dynamics? (volume) most of the time through the music?___________ 

    How does this music make you feel?________________________________


    This week is sponsored by the key of B flat major (scale #188 in your book, or for 5th grade students #110). 

    *Practice the B flat Scale and play it in whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, and eighth notes (if you can!).

    *Keep working on your Band Karate (go for at least one test passed a week!). 

    *Check the band website again for new, fun songs: www.ohisbands.weebly.com

Other Family Resources