Would you give a boy in the 6th grade a condom? San Francisco Unified School District and other school districts now provide 6th graders with condoms. If a student wants a condom, all they need to do...
Amazing 6th grade teachers: Ms. Mudek, Ms. Brown & Mr. Miller
This last week my daughter went on a trip to New Orleans. I have never been to New Orleans before but because of the organizing done by 2 sixth grade teachers at Golda Meir my daughter was able to...
Idaho 5th-, 6th-graders learn Mandarin
Fifth- and sixth-graders at an Idaho school have started learning Mandarin. The school offers the language as well as Spanish to boost students' cross-cultural learning opportunities. The program will expand next year to include fourth-graders.
10 Books Guaranteed to Make 4th, 5th, and 6th Graders Laugh
To find out which books have middle-grade readers in stiches, we went straight to the kids themselves. Here are the books that are cracking them up.
What Does Friendship Look Like? 6th Graders Answer That Question
Natalie Colón is a Program Manager at TASC Do you recall the friendships you made in middle school? What defined a friend? Was it sharing your favorite food? Or a favorite hobby, subject or sport? For me, it was creating a girl group of peers (thank you, Spice Girls!) who belted out songs in a high-pitched tune and rocked glittery lip gloss, choker necklaces, pigtails and moon boots. My friendships have matured and changed, and thankfully so has my fashion sense, but there…
South Carolina 6th Graders Learn Five Pillars of Islam
In Summerville, South Carolina at Alston Middle School, 6th graders learned about the five pillars and were instructed on the “correct” interpretation of verses from the Koran.
What's happening this week in 6th Grade:
The "Stupendous" sixth graders are meeting the challenge of middle school with smashing success!
Ansonia 6th-grader is the top chef in annual cooking competition
ANSONIA - Sixth grader Naomi Ortiz certainly knows her way around the kitchen The Prendergast School student recently took the top chef title during the 5th annual Valley Initiative to Advance Health and Learning in Schools (VITALS) Healthy Cooking Competition Naomi's sweet chili salmon with white jasmine rice dish was the recipe for success that wowed a panel of judges that included experts in cooking and…
How to Survive 6th Grade
This is "How to Survive 6th Grade" by Barrington 220 School District on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Student Mentors: How 6th and 12th Graders Learn From Each Other
When Tracy Edwards posted on Facebook last October that she was searching for a part-time writing instructor for a middle school program, Kip Glazer jumpe
6th graders learn to build a Spider robot
Vicki Lombardi's 6th grade students at Santa Rita Elementary in Los Altos School district learn how to build a Spider robot. Read more at: lasdilearn.blogspot.com/2013/02/third-graders-building-robots-mission.html
6th Graders Learn Engineering through Halloween Decorations
A group of 6th graders learn engineering concepts while creating Halloween decorations. The hands-on method requires group collaboration. It also serves as a lesson in problem solving.
After Pushback, Utah 6th Graders Won't Learn About Climate Change
After complaints from parents about new science education standards, Utah officials edited the standards to push back classroom discussion of...
Scientists Discover That Humans Have a ‘Magnetic 6th Sense’
By: Arjun Walia via Awakened Vibrations It’s called magnetoreception, and it refers to the ability to perceive magnetic fields. Several animals use it to find their way over long distances by align…
How 6th Grade Predicts Your Future
Two simple questions in grade school tell us so much about the rest of your life
6th Grade Scientists At Orem School Discover Source Of Air Polution
Young scientists at a Utah County elementary school have made important discoveries about a source of pollution at their school.
How David Bowie Influenced a Fort Worth, Texas 6th Grader
David Bowie's strange and wonderful music opened up my thinking in ways that enabled me to express my individuality and personality despite anyone's approval.
Girls 6th Grade Volleyball falls to Tip Vally 0
Incoming 6th-graders learn how to grow food
news-graphic photo by: Noah Oldham news-graphic photo by: Noah Oldham By Noah Oldham Georgetown News-Graphic Jun 22, 2019 news-graphic photo by: Noah Oldham news-graphic photo by: Noah Oldham “I want you to write down where you think your food comes from,” instructs Shelby Roberts, an agriculture teacher at Royal Spring Middle School, to a group of incoming sixth-graders. The kids are seated at a long table…
6th graders learn about Egypt from Rowan professor
The students were very interested in learning about the pyramids