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Five FREE Products for 5th and 6th Graders

Would you like five free products to use with your 5th and 6th grade students?

5 free resources for 5th and 6th grade

Teachers, you will love these five free products to use with your 5th and 6th grade students. They will be helpful in preparing your students for state testing. I have teamed up with some awesome teacher authors to bring you these great free resources.

Just sign up for the ones that you are interested in. You can get just one or all of them! We have collaborated to bring you some resources that you can use right now!

1. This one is from me! These food web and ecosystem worksheets will provide your students with practice in analyzing a food web and thinking about energy flow. https://teachingscience.us/free-food-web-worksheets/  

 

food web worksheets

2. From Marion at Mentoring in the Middle, A great figurative language color-by-code. Your students can practice figurative language skills while they color.  This self-grading resource is a stress-free way to see what they know.

 

3. From Lisa Yeip! Lisa makes math resources for upper elementary and middle school. This math mystery is a fun activity for practicing adding & subtracting mixed numbers. Students solve clues to figure out where the missing video game controller went! It’s great as a review, extra practice, or can be left for a substitute teacher. Click here to get this freebie.

 

4. From Looking to the Past with Mary Jenkins. Tour the Geography and Climate of Ancient China with this Reading Passage and Comprehension Check  

5. From Mrs. Proton Priest, This download includes 2 games, one for 5th grade and one 6th grade science students based on NGSS.*The 5th grade game is great for test prep. In CA, 5th and 8th grade students take the CAST test. Use the game to review vocabulary and concepts.

*The 6th grade game works as a fun end of the year review or to prepare for a final exam. 8th grade science teachers might like to use this game to review 6th grade concepts since the 8th grade test includes 6-8th grade standards.

Thank you for visiting! I hope you enjoy these resources.

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