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Math

• 5th grade skills to work on for 6th grade (if you already have a score of 100, still go back and practice them)
• C.13 Multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
• C.14 Multiply 2-digit numbers by 3-digit numbers
• D.3 Divide multi-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers
• D.13 Divide 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
• G.2 Model decimals and fractions
• G.4 Place values in decimal numbers
• H.3 Add and subtract decimal numbers
• K.5 Write fractions in lowest terms
• K.6 Convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers
• L.8 Add fractions with unlike denominators
• L.18 Add mixed numbers with unlike denominators
• L.19 Subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators
• I.3 Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number
• I.4 Multiply a decimal by a multi-digit whole number
• I.8 Multiply two decimals: products up to hundredths
• J.3 Division with decimal quotients
• J.6 Divide by decimals
• M.11 Multiply fractions by whole numbers I
• M.20 Multiply two fractions
• N.5 Divide fractions by whole numbers
• N.8 Divide whole numbers by fractions
• N.9 Divide two fractions
• After practicing the skills above, work on IXL Recommendations.

• Read 20 minutes a day for 60 days or a total of 1200 minutes for the summer.
• Respond to the journal prompt for the month.  Your response can be turned into your teacher in the fall.
• June
• Imagine that you are given the power to make any one of your dreams come true.  Which dream would you choose? Explain why it is most important to you and why you would want it to come true.
• July
• If you met someone who never heard of Jesus, what would you tell him/her? What would you do to help him/her become a disciple of Him?
• August
• If you could spend one day with someone who passed away, who would it be?  Describe your day with him/her.
• 5th grade skills to work on for 6th grade (if you already have a score of 100, still go back and practice them)
• GG. 3 Identify the simple subject or predicate of a sentence
• GG.7 Identify dependent and independent clauses
• GG.5 Is it a complete sentence or a run-on?
• GG.11 Order the words to create a sentence
• HH.4 Form plurals and use plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y
• JJ.1 Identify main verbs and helping verbs
• LL.3 Form and use the irregular past tense
• LL.4 Form and use the simple past, present, and future tense
• LL.9 Use the perfect verb tenses
• OO.1 Identify coordinating conjunctions
• OO.2 Identify subordinating conjunctions
• QQ.6 Commas: review
• RR.1 Capitalization
• After practicing the skills above, work on IXL Recommendations.