CLASS 6th

The sixth grade math curriculum contains numerous math lessons, along with printable worksheets, quizzes and chapter tests. It constitutes a solid sixth grade math program correlated to state standards, which is important to many homeschooling users. Non homeschoolers use the program as an alternative to a 5th grade math tutor, for test preparation, extra practice, or summer enrichment.

Each chapter of learning builds on previous skills.

Interactive prompts and funny stories bring the lessons to life.

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English

You will build language skills and learn to express your feelings, ideas and experiences. You will also learn to hold conversations.

Maths

You will learn to recognize patterns in shapes and numbers. You will also learn to apply properties of shapes and numbers to daily life.

Science

You will observe various social phenomena in biology, physics and our environment through discussions on everyday events.

Social Science

You will observe various social phenomena in history, geography and civics through discussions on everyday events.

Learnings in Class 6

Encourage your child to participate in the various tests, but do not pressurise them. Study after study have shown that learning suffers when students are stressed. These tests – if taken in the right spirit – encourage critical thinking, and are a lot of fun.

Downloadable Resource

CBSE Sample Paper

You will build language skills and learn to express your feelings, ideas and experiences. You will also learn to hold conversations.

NCERT E - Book

You will build language skills and learn to express your feelings, ideas and experiences. You will also learn to hold conversations.

Syllabus Plan For Everyone

English

  1. Reading Comprehension
  2. Punctuation
  3. Noun
  4. Articles
  5. Adjective
  6. Pronoun
  7. Verb
  8. Adverb
  9. Prepositions
  10. Conjunction
  11. Tenses
  12. Sentences
  13. Transformation of Sentences
  14. Vocabulary
  15. Writing

Maths

  1. Knowing Our Numbers
  2. Whole Numbers
  3. Playing With Numbers
  4. Basic Geometrical Ideas
  5. Understanding Elementary Shapes
  6. Integers
  7. Fractions
  8. Decimals
  9. Data Handling
  10. Mensuration
  11. Algebra
  12. Ratios and Proportions
  13. Symmetry
  14. Practical Geometry
  15.  

Science

  1. Food: Where Does it Come From?
  2. Components of Foods
  3. Fibre to Fabric
  4. Sorting Materials Into Groups
  5. Separation of Substances
  6. Changes Around Us
  7. Getting to Know Plants
  8. Body Movements
  9. Living Organisms and Their Surroundings
  10. Motion and Measurement of Distances
  11. Light, Shadows and Reflections
  12. Electricity and Circuits
  13. Fun With Magnets
  14. Water
  15. Air Around Us
  16. Garbage In, Garbage Out
  17. Laws of Motion
  18. Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
  19. Heat
  20. Metals and Non-metals
  21. Transport System in Plants
  22. Reproduction and Growth in Plants
  23. Ecology and Environment
  24.  

Civics

  1. Understanding Diversity
  2. Diversity and Discrimination
  3. What Is Government?
  4. Key Elements of a Democratic Government
  5. Panchayati Raj
  6. Rural Administration
  7. Urban Administration
  8. Rural Livelihoods
  9. Urban Livelihood

History

  1. What, Where, How and When
  2. On the Trail of the Earliest People
  3. From Gathering to Growing Food
  4. In the Earliest Cities
  5. What Books and Burials Tell Us
  6. Kingdoms, Kings and the Early Republic
  7. New Questions and Ideas
  8. Ashoka, the Emperor Who Gave up War
  9. Vital Villages, Thriving Towns
  10. Traders, Kings and Pilgrims
  11. New Empires and Kingdoms
  12. Buildings, Paintings and Book

Geography

  1. The Earth in the Solar System
  2. Globe – Latitudes and Longitudes
  3. Motions of the Earth
  4. Maps
  5. Major Domains of the Earth
  6. Major Landforms of the Earth
  7. Our Country – India
  8. India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife

 


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