As students move into middle school, 6th grade courses are all about expanding their abilities to think critically, understand relationships between concepts, and learn independently. Whether supplemental to a traditional education or as part of your own all-encompassing 6th grade homeschool curriculum, our courses accomplish these goals with comprehensive lessons and easy-to-use software.
Building on lessons from prior years, K12’s 6th grade courses explore American history and art from the Civil War through the modern era. In online 6th Grade Earth Science, students learn to relate to their everyday world. In math, students tackle topics in algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics. Students’ online 6th grade world language choices are French, Spanish, German, or Latin. With K12’s 6th grade courses, you can find everything you need to have a successful school year. To ensure you’re happy with your chosen program, K12 offers affordable payment options as well as a 30-day, money-back guarantee.
Stride™ is an adaptive learning solution for your children that quickly accelerates learning with engaging curriculum engineered to match the depth and rigor of higher learning standards.
Your placement test purchase entitles you to a discount in the amount of $14.99 on a future course purchase!* Renaissance Star Assessments allows Pre-K – 12 educators to assess and group students in order to target instruction, measure student growth, forecast performance on state summative assessments, and monitor student progress toward college and career readiness standards.
*Offer is valid on prepaid courses only and excludes Learnbop, Stride, and Embark. Offer must be used within 90 days of purchase.
This Earth Science course builds on the natural curiosity of students. By connecting them to the beauty of geological history, the amazing landforms around the globe, the nature of the sea and air, and the newest discoveries about our universe, it gives students an opportunity to relate to their everyday world.
This 6th Grade history course takes students from the westward movement of the late 1800s to the present, covering topics in geography, civics, and economics, and exploring critical episodes in the story of America.