6th grade supply list


  • 1 sturdy backpack
  • 1 pencil zipper pouch (no pencil boxes, please!)
  • 5 one-subject spiral notebooks
  • 1 three ring binder-2”
  • 5 two pocket subject folders
  • 1 pack of pencils
  • 1 large pink eraser
  • 1 pack of different colored highlighters
  • 1 blue ink pen
  • 1 red ink pen
  • 1 pair of earbuds/headphones
  • 1 pair of scissors
  • 1 pack dry erase markers and eraser
  • 1 12 pack of colored pencils
  • 1 ruler with inches and cm


  • 1 tissue box
  • 1 package baby wipes
  • 1 package of white copy paper
  • 1 large glue stick
  • 1 pack of markers (no Sharpies)
  • 1 notebook with grid paper
  • 1 pack 3x5 white index cards

6th grade expectations


  • Add, subtract, multiply and divide with whole numbers and decimals.
  • Add and subtract unlike fractions and simplify using the Greatest Common Factor.
  • Know how to determine fraction, and decimal equivalents as well as equivalent fractions.
  • Order unit fractions, decimals, and integers on a number line.
  • Know how to compute the area & perimeter of quadrilaterals and triangles.
  • Know basic math facts to automaticity.
  • Know place value and rounding procedures for decimals through the thousandths.
  • Know prime factorization.


  • Identify the characters, setting, conflicts, and resolution in text.
  • Identify the different types of figurative language.
  • Know the different types of genres in fiction.
  • Find the main idea and supporting details in informational text.
  • Use context clues to determine the meaning of unknown words.
  • Know basic Latin and Greek roots, prefixes, and suffixes, and use them to determine a word’s meaning.


  • Use correct tense, punctuation, and capitalization.
  • Put first and last name, the date and subject in the upper right had corner of all assignments.
  • Know how to take basic two-column notes.
  • Know how to be able to create a well-structured 5 paragraph essay with indenting, including an introduction, supporting details, and a conclusion.
  • Know how to cite evidence from text


  • Conduct problem-based experiments using the scientific method.
  • Identify and be able to use the basic tools of the science lab, such as a graduated cylinder, microscope, ruler, scale, etc.


  • Read and use a variety of maps to answer questions.
  • Locate the seven continents and major oceans of the world.
  • Use latitude and longitude to find a location.
  • Locate the 50 United States on a map.
  • Know the difference between (and examples of) cities, states, countries, and continents


  • Conduct an internet search using reliable sources.
  • Know the basics of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint.
  • Use the home row for typing.
  • Know how to save and share to Google drive/classroom.