180 Days of Social Studies for Sixth Grade A balanced approach to social studies includes World history and geography, economics, and civics. 180 Days of Social Studies for Sixth Grade, designed as a supplement for public schools, is, in fact, an excellent springboard for introducing your sixth grader to an examination of those social studies themes. The black-and-white worksheets touch on an assortment of grade-appropriate topics within those four social studies disciplines.
Because 180 Days of Social Studies for Sixth Grade aims toward public schools, occasional assignments portray a classroom environment. But how fun is it to turn that assumption on its ear? Let your child draw your home as his classroom or himself helping in that classroom.
The lessons in 180 Days of Social Studies for Sixth Grade are simple, short, reproducible, and easy to administer. An answer key is available at the back of the book.
About 180 Days of Social Studies:
Focuses on a new topic each week covering one of the four social studies disciplines: history, civics, geography, and economics
Builds student's confidence with quick independent learning activities focusing on analytical skills
Makes at-home learning quick and easy
Includes standards-based activities, easy-to-follow instructions, and an answer key to quickly assess your student's understanding.
Parents appreciate that the National Council for the Social Studies approved activity books keep their children engaged and learning. Great for homeschooling or preventing learning loss over summer.
The daily practice workbooks save parents valuable time. The ready-to-implement activities are perfect for daily review. 180 Days of Social Studies aligns with the NCSS curriculum standards.
Plan to complete one page a day to finish this title in an academic year.
Day 1: Students read a text about the weekly topic and answer questions. This day provides a general introduction to the week’s topic.
Day 2: Students read a text and answer questions. Typically, this content is more specialized than Day 1.
Day 3: Students analyze a primary source or other graphic (chart, table, graph, or infographic) related to the weekly topic and answer questions.
Day 4: Students analyze an image or text and answer questions. Then, students make connections to their own lives.
Day 5: Students analyze a primary source or other graphic and respond to it using the knowledge they’ve gained throughout the week. This day serves as an application of what they have learned.
Publisher: Shell Education ISBN: 9781425813987 Faith-Based: No