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Grammar worksheets for Grade 6 are essential tools for teachers to help their students develop strong reading and writing skills. These worksheets cover a wide range of topics, including parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, and vocabulary. By incorporating these engaging and interactive resources into their lesson plans, educators can effectively reinforce important concepts and provide ample opportunities for practice. As students work through these exercises, they will gain a deeper understanding of the rules and nuances of the English language, ultimately improving their overall communication abilities. With a variety of formats and difficulty levels available, teachers can easily customize these grammar worksheets for Grade 6 to meet the unique needs of their students.

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6th Grade Grammar Worksheets

Our free, printable grammar worksheets for grade 6 help children set and accomplish achievable goals as they progress their way practicing key concepts like phrases, clauses, punctuation, pronouns, and transition words. The idea is to ensure learners keep up with their grade level requirements while letting every rule sink in.

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Completing Sentences with Subject Gerunds

A masterclass in using gerunds as nouns or subjects, these exercises expect kids to make wise choices from the word box to cull out context-appropriate options to complete the sentences.

Completing Sentences with Subject Gerunds

Correcting Incorrect Shifts in Verb Tense in a Story

The reason why kids can't miss this exercise on fixing improper shifts in verb tense and rewriting stories is that only when writers maintain a consistent verb tense will communication be clear and coherent.

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Completing Sentences Using Relative Adverbs

This part of our pdf 6th grade grammar worksheets is where kids accomplish the task of completing sentences with the relative adverbs when/where/why with relish and detail.

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Choosing Correct Infinitive Forms

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Choosing Correct Infinitive Forms

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Witness your eureka moment while quantifying sentences to perfection by choosing from the given quantifiers to complete this task from our printable grammar worksheets for grade 6.

Using Quantifiers

Changing Indirect Speech into Direct Speech

Don't forget to give your grammarians ample time and space to get started reading each sentence here and rewriting it into direct speech.

Changing Indirect Speech into Direct Speech

Identifying Gerunds

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Fixing Errors in Shifts in Verb Tense

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Identifying Subject Complements

In order for kids to underline the subject complements in these sentences from our 6th grade grammar worksheets, they must first zero in on the linking verbs.

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Choosing Correct Singular or Plural Forms

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Transition Words to Compare and Contrast

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Choosing Correct Conjunctive Adverbs

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Identifying Subject and Object Pronouns

Identifying Subject and Object Pronouns

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Changing Direct to Reported Speech | Say, Tell, or Ask

Changing Direct to Reported Speech | Say, Tell, or Ask

Complete each sentence in this 6th grade printable ELA worksheet, using "say" to report a statement, "tell" to report statements, imperatives, and requests, and "ask" for questions and requests.

Identifying Personification in a Story

Identifying Personification in a Story

Skim through the story "A Spooky Night", hunting for instances of personifications, where non-human objects are endowed with human qualities, and underline them.

Misplaced Modifiers | Editing and Proofreading

Misplaced Modifiers | Editing and Proofreading

Spot the misplaced modifier in each sentence as you walk through this English worksheet pdf and underline it. Rewrite the sentence by placing the modifier in the correct position.

Spotting Phrasal Verbs in the Story

Spotting Phrasal Verbs in the Story

Draw students into mining the story "Cleanup Day" for phrasal verbs and underlining them. Direct them to frame meaningful sentences with the phrasal verbs found and fast-track their phrasal verb uptake.

Completing Alliterations

Completing Alliterations

Pique the minds of learners with this printable grade 6 language arts worksheet as they identify the repeated initial sounds in each sentence and supply a word with a similar sound to complete the alliteration.

Christopher Columbus | Reading Comprehension

Christopher Columbus | Reading Comprehension

Look for textual evidence to support the assertions and inferences as you scan through this passage about the explorer Christopher Columbus and review summarizing skills in the process.

Nouns as Indirect Objects

Nouns as Indirect Objects

Prep-up learners with our 6th grade ELA worksheet pdf and get them to comb each sentence for the indirect object, which is a noun here, that receives the benefit of the action of the verb and underline it.

Matching Onomatopoeia

Matching Onomatopoeia

Adopt an interesting way to get students exposed to this literary device replete with sound effect. Let them read each scenario and match it to the onomatopoeia or the sound word that resembles the sound produced.

Changing Facts into Opinions

Changing Facts into Opinions

Read the verified facts in this printable English worksheet and write an opinion about each topic. Remember, the facts remain the same, while opinions change from person to person.

Identifying Dependent Clauses

Identifying Dependent Clauses

Foster an understanding of the dependent or subordinate clause that doesn't contain a complete thought and functions either as a noun, adjective, or adverb clause in a sentence and underline it.

Completing Oxymorons

Completing Oxymorons

Creating interesting oxymorons is what grade 6 students do in this language arts worksheet pdf, as they match the words in the box with contradictory words attached to the spider's legs, and combine them.

Dictionary Skills | Quiz

Dictionary Skills | Quiz

Expose learners inadvertently to a wide range of words and develop dictionary skills as they look up a dictionary and find the meanings of words, syllabicate words, find group words, and origins of words too.

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Printable Sixth Grade Worksheets

It amazes me how most curriculum skips practice. Publishers must figure that parents and teachers will simply go the extra mile.

Enter: printable sixth grade worksheets that offer practice!

I've based this site upon the principle that there are ways to practice the basics without having to "guess and check" or spend hours and hours dreaming up drills for kids to learn their facts.

Most printable worksheet sites offer what amounts to quizzes. Now your students can have a practice run first! 

Since there are so many different topics and levels taught in any one sixth grade program, you will find many useful worksheets outside this level. If you've been following through this site through the last several years, these pages are the next level up.

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  • 6th Grade Spelling
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Teaching Sixth Grade

So often, our children reach sixth grade without the basics.

Or they've forgotten everything they've ever learned. Somehow.

This is the very reason that many teachers and parents find our site. If you're hoping to remedy a deficiency in your students' learning, different levels from this whole site can be very useful. 

Simply use the search bar at the bottom of every page for the concept your students need to practice, like "fraction worksheets".

Usually there's less need for practice worksheets in this grade because students are beginning to read to learn about other things in a more comprehensive way. 

Learning to read is one thing, reading to learn opens the whole world. This is the beginning of the journey of a lifetime for each of your children.

1. Printable Sixth Grade Worksheets For Math

Review and practice the basics.

Many sixth graders are not familiar enough with their early  math  facts because they never had the time and the help necessary to memorize them, or because they've been using calculators and are a bit rusty.

In this case our Math facts videos, printable flash cards, and other printable sixth grade worksheets are sooo helpful.

Move On To Bigger And Better

These next worksheets require low teacher or parent involvement once your students have been introduced to the concepts.

Kids can work on their own once you download (print or share files) the math worksheets. Print and practice!

See our higher level math worksheets below.

Practice Writing Checks

Printable Graph Paper

Roman Numerals Charts

Prime Numbers Charts

Equivalent Fractions  

Order of Operations Worksheets

Pre-Algebra Worksheets 

Sixth Grade Math Word Problems

So many times math is not the problem for those who struggle with math word problems.

Sometimes it's a grammar difficulty where the logic of the sentences does not make sense. See if diagramming the sentences helps them see the actual question being asked.

Often it's a reading problem. See below for my heartiest recommendation, if reading is hard for your sixth graders.

Mathway Problem Solver

Mathway has awesome problem solvers for more technical math problems and higher level math. 

It is one of our visitors' favorite math tools .

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2. 6th Grade Reading

Phonics basics.

I frequently see sixth graders who cannot read well.

Our phonics videos, flash cards and worksheets can be a big help here because they offer quick review in a painless format - not another quiz.

Refresh these concepts first.

Our advanced phonics video lessons work well with our printable phonics worksheets and make quick practice for older students. The phonics rules can be a giant help for both 6th grade Reading and Spelling. 

Printable Worksheets for Phonics download.

Will The Real Sixth Grade Reading Level Please Stand?

By the time your students are at the sixth Grade Reading level they're usually not simply learning to read. They are able to read to learn. Kids learn all the time, yet now they're learning and learning how to learn from their reading.

Supposedly.

Usually there's not much teaching left to do in 6th Grade Reading, at least as far as the mechanics of reading go.

Really, if kids will write more they'll learn to read better so be sure to take a look at  Karen Newell's creative writing ideas in her Write On book . Both are available as downloads.

Teaching Grammar

Printable Grammar Slammer - Easy Grammar Lessons

Hang In There, Reading Gets Easier

For some students, all they have to do is to keep on "keepin' on".

The more writing and reading that your students do in other classes, the more chance they'll have of improving their comprehension. This is good to know when things look overwhelming. A child may struggle today, and may thrive later - even real soon if they're working at it.

Be encouraged.

Only rarely is it true that a whole sixth Grade class is at the same experience and maturity level, so their comprehension of ideas is affected here as well.

You already know that the best reading activity is to read.

Writing Helps Reading Skills

By sixth grade most students have had a hand at writing their own essays and book reports so they appreciate reading from a different perspective.

Generally, they have an idea of the work involved in creating a story and are a bit more interested in the stories of others. This is when good histories and biographies become interesting.

If your students are interested in the books they are reading, they'll read them better.

Either edify the books you require or suggest light titles that are of interesting topics. Be excited so that your students will be excited.

Many students really appreciate suggestions of books to choose because it can be hard to stand amongst the shelves wondering which book to is a good choice. Not to mention the siren call of electronics.

You'll find that your students will work harder through books in which they have an interest, even if the reading level is a bit high. Once they've read several tougher books they'll have an easier time reading the day to day material. One hard book covers most of the skills needed for a lifetime.

Remember the value of writing. Old timers like in Laura Ingalls Wilder's stories wrote from a book to a slate as the main way to practice their work. They did not have reams of loose leaf paper to spend on writing.

Writing? It's a great way to learn. Teachers and college students take notes from their reading all day long. Writing does aid both reading and memory work.

Romalda Spalding's Writing Road To Reading

How to teach reading.

We're not usually teaching reading to sixth graders as most usually have this skill. I say this often this site, yet I'd be remiss not to mention it here; I really learned "how to teach reading" as an art after using the  Writing Road To Reading  by Romalda Spalding.

Reading came fairly easily to me. It did not come easily for some of my children, and that was heart breaking for all of us.

In our family  Grandpa  came to the rescue in this case. He decided to take the Spalding courses in Phoenix, Arizona and came home ready to teach the basics to all of his grandchildren.

Go Back To TRUE Basics

Within two months Grandpa had had such good results with our children and local nieces and nephews that others were asking to join us at our homes.

Soon he opened his own home for the purpose of teaching phonics and in the course of the next few years before his final illness he had helped over 60 other families for free.

He's the reason we keep our PrintNPractice resources free.

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We were all astonished at how basic phonics lessons really improved the reading skills of our older children , too.

At first they felt awkward learning the sounds and the rules; but by the time the next quarter came they could already see an improvement in their reading. They were unanimously grateful to have had to study phonics even at a late time.

One child conveyed to me her joy that not only did her spelling grade improve, but it was so much easier to study her history and science classes. Even Math was a bit easier simply because her reading was easier.

The  Writing Road To Reading  also has a great sixth grade reading list so you have an idea of some classic books that have interested children for years. I heartily recommend this book.

3. Printable Sixth Grade Worksheets for Spelling

Printable 6th grade spelling words & worksheets.

Half the battle with children learning their sixth grade spelling words is making sure that they copy the words correctly the first time.

Our spelling list for sixth grade has much longer words than the words in our lower levels. They frequently use several variations on a base word for easier Vocabulary work.

Your students will see the Spelling rules in action in the different spellings of derived words and be able to make connections when learning other new words.

Seeing the different versions of words with their different prefixes and suffixes also teaches Vocabulary skills. These same Vocabulary skills transfer to other words, too.

6th Grade Spelling List, 8 Pages

The first download has an eight page list of Spelling words to use through the year. Print them double sided for reference to keep on your desk or in your binder.

8 Pages Of Printable Sixth Grade Spelling Word Lists

6th Grade Spelling Worksheets, 98 pages

The second download has ninety-eight pages including the same Spelling word list on the left; so, at first, it will look to be the same download.

It has the Spelling worksheets for these same words that have space to copy the words three times.

Printable Sixth Grade Spelling Words Worksheets And List

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Sixth Grade Spelling Ideas

Create spelling lists from reading books.

This is a super efficient way to improve spelling for anyone.

One hundred years ago most readers used this method and they even marked the phonics sounds .

Use your students' reading books to find new words or complicated words and then create your own Spelling list for those words.

Do it ahead of time so that the reading is easier and makes better sense. Once your students have then read the material, they'll have a better understanding of the meaning of the words used.

You can use this idea in History and Science classes, too, even Math classes since reading is half the trouble with word problems. We have ruled spelling sheets on our  Lined Writing Paper  page that you can use to make your unique spelling lists for copywork.

You can buy our  K-6 spelling worksheets in one bundle  with convenient files. This also includes our phonics spelling words.

Personal Spelling List

This is an ancient idea and you can do it two ways.

  • Write words your children have trouble reading.
  • Have them write those words.

Assign those words to practice three times each till they are no longer hard to spell.

Do you know what?

Knowing that there's more work later for not knowing their words often motivates kids to get it right the first time. :-)

Speller Notebook

I know several children who simply kept a separate notebook to study the words that they had missed.

Others simply kept a list at the back of the notebook they were using for class. This keeps the words close and handy through the year.

4. 6th Grade Grammar And Writing

Sixth Grade is a time when students should be able to construct sentences on their own, capitalize and punctuate, and even diagram simple sentences.

By 6th Grade writing class, most children are able to write from memory, but it is grammar that is the bugaboo. Check out our grammar pages for diagrams, capitalization, and punctuation.

Understanding the use of words can be a trick. How do words describe other words? Seeing the use of words on a diagram can be most helpful. Our diagramming worksheets show the parts of speech in their correct places.

The next trick is finding creative writing ideas that appeal to 6th graders.

We have practice Grammar worksheets that include diagramming charts and the definitions as well as place for the children to practice what is being taught.

My favorite writing courses for children include creative Writing ideas .

Thank you for visiting our sixth grade worksheets.

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Grade 6 Language Arts Worksheets

At this grade level students begin to perfect all aspects of information output and input. Listening takes center stage in many different ways in this grade level. Locking down more difficult vocabulary is a must here. Sixth grade students have one of the most significant jumps in reader level. Students are expected to see an explosion of language growth over the course of this school year. There are many concepts that first appear in the 6th grade language arts curriculum. 6th graders are making a bit of leap into unknown territory. Rather than reading into inferences, we expect students at this level to make their own inferences and back them up with a traceable and well documented argument. Where before we were looking for students to state their opinions at the 6th grade level we want to only hear validated facts.

6th Grade Language Worksheets

Understanding the Use of Pronouns - Time to work on usage as well as placement of the words. [L.6.1.A]

Object Pronouns - When you focus on a single object they all get going together. [L.6.1.A]

Possessive Pronouns - When someone owns something, these words come into play. [L.6.1.A]

Subject Pronouns - These are focus on a specific thing or object. They are very easy to recognize. [L.6.1.A]

Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns - These forms of language usage really give students more inner meaning. [L.6.1.B]

Plural Pronouns - When you have to define a group. [L.6.1.B]

Singular Pronouns - You only have one, this what you need. The establishes an agreement between the verb and subject. [L.6.1.B]

Pronoun Shift - How do we move those words to make us feel more. [L.6.1.C]

Gender Nouns - We have you transform preset language. [L.6.1.C]

Working With Vague Pronouns - Some pronouns just don't tell you enough. We can correct that. [L.6.1.D]

Language Variations - Time to mix it up for movement. [L.6.1.E]

Sentence Completion - Knock off those last words of the sentences. [L.6.1]

Subjects and Predicates - When you are trying to make a solid sentence, this a fundamental part. [L.6.1.E]

Direct and Indirect Speech - Talk right at it or away from it. Direct is usually found in quotes. [L.6-7.1]

Using Punctuation To Set Off Elements - This section fact checks the previous topic. [L.6.2.A]

Grade 6 Spelling - Some of the words found in here might make feel that they are meant for middle schoolers. [L.6.2.B]

Sentence Pattern - How does the sentence flow off of the tongue. This is fundamental skill in English. [L.6.3.A]

Style and Tone - This takes a lot of thought, on the part of the author, to put you in just the right mood with their work. [L.6.3.B]

Verb Patterns - Controlling the word flow will create powerful sentences. This part of speech can make the reader take action. [L.6.3.B]

Word Position or Function As Context Clues - What is the purpose of each word is what you should be looking at. [L.6.4.A]

Using Affixes and Roots To Determine Words - Root words can tell you a ton about why an author chose a word or phrase. [L.6.4.B]

Pronouncing Words and Clarifying Their Meaning - Why do we say a word a certain way? That is what we look at. [L.6.4.C]

Verifying Word Meanings - Where do we find out how words move in and out? [L.6.4.D]

Negation - How to reverse roles or stances in a sentence. [L.6]

Personification In Context - Where does the idea come from? Some authors have a great command of this. [L.6.5.A]

Personification - This is when you try to bring a rock to life with words. It can really capture your audience. [L.6.5.A]

Understanding Relationships Between Words - This is an extremely tough concept for kids to grasp. [L.6.5.B]

Connotation and Denotation - It's really how we define words and how those definitions leave us feeling. [L.6.5.C]

Grade 6 Vocabulary Words - These words are on par for what you will see. [L.6.6]

6th Grade Reading: Literature Worksheets

Using Evidence In Text to Support Analysis - Arguing is great, but have facts that back up your argument will get you listened to. [RL.6.1]

Summarizing Text - This is a very valuable skill for anyone to have. Not everyone has this mastered. [RL.6.2]

Explaining Literary Elements - Putting more ideas together and getting a good string of thoughts is the key to this section. [RL.6.3]

Character Development - How do the character's come to life throughout the work? [RL.6.3]

Story Plot and Sequence - Determine how the author arranged the story to have an impactful affect on their audience. [RL.6.3]

Plots - Understanding plots and the flow of story themes. [RL.6.3]

Plot Twist - We help students learn to identify the use of this technique and we help them get comfortable with using it in their own writing. [RL.6-8.3]

Story Elements - Your run of the mill: characters, conflict, plot, setting, and of course the resolution. [RL.6-7.3]

Epilogue - We look at how this part of a book can be used for additional comments or to bring a conclusion to the work. [RL.6.3]

Excursus - This is when the author spins off topic. This can be helpful, when used properly. [RL.6.3]

Foreword - This is found in the front of a book that explains to the reader why they should read the work. [RL.6.3]

Word Meaning - You might need some reference tools to work with you on this. [RL.6.4]

Analyzing the Significance of a Sentence, Chapter, Scene, or Stanza - Where does this all link up? How much toward a work does that sentence or even chapter hold? [RL.6.5]

Narrator's Point of View - The story is being told by someone. Did you ever wondering why he/she is telling the story? [RL.6.6]

Compare Works of Literature to Other Mediums - We even go back far enough to look at the radio. [RL.6.7]

Comparing Theme and Topics Between Texts - You will need to compare two texts and see the difference between them. [RL.6.9]

Genres - When reading different writing forms, they require a slightly different approach. [RL.6.9]

Framing Persuasive Arguments - Write them in such a way that the you can't possible question the thoughts. [RL.6.9]

Farce - This is a literary genre that uses comedic situations that are greatly exaggerated to entertain the audience. [RL.6.9]

Grade 6 Reading Literature Comprehension - Literature at this level approaches more Classic works. [RL.6.10]

Little Women - Students explore this classic Louisa May Alcott novel. [RL.6-8.10]

6th Grade Reading: Informational Text Worksheets

Citing Textual Evidence - Students start to understand the importance of facts to back up your thoughts. [RI.6.1]

Central Ideas of Text - If your job was to write headlines for the local paper, this would be your job. [RI.6.2]

Analyzing Key Details From Text - You really need to pay attention to detail when working with these. [RI.6.3]

Figurative, Connotative, and Technical Word Meanings - These are the big words that your parents warned you about. [RI.6.4]

Collocation - These words just always seem to be hanging with one another. It helps you form proper sentences. [RI.6.4]

Oxymorons - This is a blindingly dark topic for us. Get it? [RI.6.4]

Analyzing A Specific Portion of Text - Usually the section of interest are covered in bold writing . [RI.6.5]

Author's Purpose - What is he/she taking this stance for? [RI.6.6]

Evaluating Claims In A Text - This skill helps you become an intelligent consumer. [RI.6.8]

Comparing Authors Presentation of Events - In most cases, you will be comparing two different works. [RI.6.9]

Grade 6 Literary Nonfiction Reading Comprehension - This seems to be the prevalent type of tasks we are seeing nationally these days. [RI.6.10]

6th Grade Writing Worksheets

Argument Introduction - It tough to know where to start with this one. Effective trial lawyers are really good at this. [W.6.1.A]

Topic Sentences - Get that body of work off to a head start. When written well an audience can get immersed quickly in a story. [W.4-6.1.A]

Using Evidence To Support Claims - Here we start to use inference skills. Make sure to document things properly. [W.6.1.B]

Writing With Pronoun Shifts - This is when you want to mix up your use of pronouns. Sometimes a single pronoun just doesn't do it. [W.6.1.C]

Formal vs. Informal Style Writing - What level of sophistication does your reader have? [W.6.1.D]

Language Variations - Spice is one of the greatest things you can add to your thoughts. [W.6.1.E]

Riddles and Clues - Use the clue to solve each riddle. [W.6.1]

Informative Text Introduction - The reader has a bit of an expectation when reading nonfictional work. [W.6.2.A]

Topic Development Writing - I like to use outlines when setting these up. I helps to make sure you covered everything. [W.6.2.B]

Using Transitions Words To Show Relationships - This really smooths out the text for the reader. [W.6.2.C]

Using General and Precise Words - A simple word doesn't do it as effective as a highly targeted word can. [W.6.2.D]

Formal Explanatory Writing - Technical writing and this form have a great many similarities. [W.6.2.E]

Explanatory Conclusion Statement - Piece it all together and see if we can sum up everything that needs to be said. [W.6.2.F]

Notice Writing - When you need to get the word out about something, usually an event. [W.6-8.2]

Narrative Introduction - Some of the best movies ever made have powerful narrative openings. [W.6.3.A]

Narrative Techniques - Different ways to craft a message to make a listener or reader understand the setting. [W.6.3.B]

Shifting Time and Settings Through Writing - You can skip generations or even centuries using the proper techniques. [W.6.3.C]

Using Descriptive and Sensory Language Writing - This helps quickly establish the mood of any work. [W.6.3.D]

Narrative Conclusion - How can a narrator wrap this up solidly for you. It should leave you wanting more. [W.6.3.E]

Comic Strips - When you need to engage students in learning to frame narrative these are pure gold. [W.5-6.3]

Writing Thank You Notes - Everyone needs a little thank you pick me up now and then. [W.6-8.3]

Character Descriptions - You need to take a deep dive into brainstorming here. [W.6.3]

Exposition - Students explore the various ways these can use these types of techniques in their own compositions. [W.5-7.3]

Writing With Purpose and For an Audience - Take the audience off in their minds. [W.6.4]

Revising and Editing - This goes hand-in-hand with proofreading skills. We definitely recommend to make this collaborative. [W.6.5]

Grade 6 Typing and Publishing - You will need access to a computer for this, preferably a desktop. [W.6.6]

Grade 6 Research Skills - In most cases you will get to choose your own topic. Otherwise you will at least have a choice of topic. [W.6.7]

Paraphrasing and Quotes - This helps you directly cite evidence in a body of work itself. [W.6.8]

Understanding Literature - When you are given a piece of literature you have to know where to start and finish as well. [W.6.9.A]

Understanding Literary Nonfiction - What about things that are all fact based. Some people actually prefer reading this over fiction. [W.6.9.B]

Writing For Purpose and Specific Audiences - Understanding the motivations of your readers and listeners is the key to any great work. [W.6.10]

Biographies - Life stories are always fun and engaging. [W.6.10]

Science Related Language Content - A nice mix of reading comprehension and grammar. [RST.6.1]

History/Social Studies

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For sixth graders, this Common Core area helps students gain mastery of the rules for using the English language, including vocabulary use and language conventions, in order to improve their skills as writers and readers. Among the complete standards for this grade, sixth graders will be asked to: demonstrate that they understand standard English usage in writing and speaking by showing that they understand the function of proper case, intensive pronouns, capitalization, using punctuation to set off nonrestrictive/parenthetical elements, spelling grade appropriate Greek or Latin affixes and root words, and many additional conventions of the language, maintain consistent style and tone, be able to use digital and print glossaries, dictionaries, and thesauruses to find means, spellings and pronunciation of words, gather vocabulary knowledge to assist in word choice and comprehension.

Abbreviations and Names of People

Abbreviations and Names of People

Let’s work on some common abbreviations for people’s titles!

Abbreviations and Street Names

Abbreviations and Street Names

This worksheet addresses the abbreviation in addresses!

Add an Appositive

Add an Appositive

It’s time to add some appositives to sentences!

Add an Appositive II

Add an Appositive II

This worksheet has more on adding appositives to sentences.

Appositive Hunt

Appositive Hunt

It’s time to go appositive hunting!

Appositives at Beginning or End

Appositives at Beginning or End

This worksheet features appositives in different places of a sentence.

Appositives Match

Appositives Match

In this worksheet your student will match the appositive to a noun or noun phrase.

Choose the Correct Homophone

Choose the Correct Homophone

Students complete each sentence by choosing the correct homophone and writing it in the blank.

Combining Sentences with Appositives

Combining Sentences with Appositives

This worksheets asks your student to combine sentences using appositives.

Combining Sentences with Appositives II

Combining Sentences with Appositives II

Here’s more practice on combining sentences with appositives.

Correct the Homophones

Correct the Homophones

Students identify misused homophones in sentences and make corrections as necessary.

Correct the Verbs

Correct the Verbs

With this printable grammar worksheet, students will read through a series of sentences and answer the corresponding questions. In each sentence, atleast one verb is used incorrectly. Students will be asked to replace the incorrectly used verb with the correct one.

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Ad- and Su-

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Ad- and Su-

In this worksheet, students will use the Greek or Latin prefixes ad- and su- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Ante- and Uni-

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Ante- and Uni-

In this worksheet, students will use the Greek or Latin prefixes ante- and uni- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Inter- and Super-

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Inter- and Super-

In this worksheet, students will use the Latin or Greek prefixes -inter and super- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Micro- and In-/Im-/Il-/Ir-

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Micro- and In-/Im-/Il-/Ir-

In this worksheet, students will use the Latin or Greek prefixes -micro and in-/im-/il-/ir- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Mono- and Syn-

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Mono- and Syn-

In this worksheet, students will use the Latin or Greek prefixes -mono and syn- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Multi- and Kilo-

Greek and Latin Prefixes: Multi- and Kilo-

In this worksheet, students will use the Latin or Greek prefixes -multi and kilo- to create five different English words out of those given in the word bank. After writing five original sentences using the words these words, students will be asked to circle the word made with the prefix. This is great practice for learning how to use and identify Greek and Latin prefixes!

Greek and Latin Root Word Meaning Match

Greek and Latin Root Word Meaning Match

In this fun classroom activity on Greek root words, students will match each word in Column A with its meaning in Column B! This is great practice for students learning how to identify and define commonly used root words.

Greek and Latin Root Words: Aud and Vocare

Greek and Latin Root Words: Aud and Vocare

Aud comes from the Latin word meaning “hear” or “listen.” Vocare/voc is from another Latin word meaning “call.” Use the list of prefixes and root words in the word bank to make five different English words out of the root words aud and vocare.

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English Grammar Challenge Book # 1

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Mixed Review of English Language Arts, Grammar, Spelling, and Writing Workbook

Mixed Review of English Language Arts, Grammar, Spelling, and Writing Workbook

This Week's Sixth Grade Read and Writing Workbook - PDF and No Prep

This Week's Sixth Grade Read and Writing Workbook - PDF and No Prep

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Print a sixth grade reading book with proof reading, cloze, math, and writing practice in one small easy to print workbook.

Print a sixth grade reading book with proof reading, cloze, math, and writing practice in one small easy to print workbook.

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This Week's Reading and Math Book for Sixth Graders

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Print a reading book with proof reading, cloze, math, and writing practice in one small easy to print workbook. A top teacher resource.

Print a reading book with proof reading, cloze, math, and writing practice in one small easy to print workbook. A top teacher resource.

Monthly Reading Books - Sixth Grade Reading Passages for the Entire Month!

Monthly Reading Books - Sixth Grade Reading Passages for the Entire Month!

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This Week's Fifth Grade Read and Writing Workbook - PDF and No Prep

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CBSE Class 6 English Grammar Worksheets

Download  free printable worksheets for CBSE Class 6 English Grammar  with practice exercises on verbs, adjectives, noun, pronouns, adverbs, tenses, prepositions. Students needs to practice the NCERT Class 6 English Grammar worksheets, Question papers, Test Papers, Question banks, workbooks and exercises with solutions which will help them in revision of important concepts Class 6 English Grammar. These  Worksheets for Grade 6 English Grammar , class assignments and practice tests have been prepared as per syllabus issued by CBSE and topics given in  NCERT book . 

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Click to access Kendriya Vidyalaya Class 6 English Grammar Worksheets and test papers. Students can download free printable worksheets for practice, topic wise questions for all chapters. Free PDF download of Standard 6 English Worksheets  with answers will help in scoring more marks in your class tests and school examinations.

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Pronoun Worksheets

  • Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 5
  • Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 4
  • Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 3
  • Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 2
  • Pronouns Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 1

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Adjective Worksheets

  • Adjective Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 5
  • Adjective Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 4
  • Adjective Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 3
  • Adjective Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 2
  • Adjective Exercises for Class 6 – Worksheet 1
  • CBSE Class 6 Grammar Worksheets – Degree of Adjectives
  • Worksheets on Adjectives for CBSE Class 6 with Examples
  • Exercises on Adjectives for CBSE Class 6 with Examples
  • CBSE Class 6 Practice Worksheets – Adjectives

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Articles Worksheets

  • Articles Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 3
  • Articles Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 2
  • Articles Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 1
  • Articles Exercises for CBSE Class 6 with Examples

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Tenses Worksheet

  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Set – 3
  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Set – 2
  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Set – 1
  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Set – 7
  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Set – 6
  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Worksheet – 5
  • Tenses Exercises for Class 6 Set – 4
  • Past Perfect Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6 with Example
  • Past Continuous Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6
  • Past Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6
  • Simple Past Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6 with Examples
  • Present Perfect Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6
  • Present Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6
  • Present Continuous Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6
  • Simple Present Tense Exercise for CBSE Class 6 with Example
  • Future Continuous Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6
  • Future Tense Exercises for CBSE Class 6 with Examples
  • Exercise on Present Tense with Answers for Class 6
  • Exercise on Present Continuous Tense with Answers for Class 6
  • Exercise on Simple Past Tense with Answers for Class 6
  • Exercise on Past Continuous Form with Answers for Class 6
  • Exercise on Future Tense with Answers for Class 6
  • Exercise on Future continuous tense with Answers for Class 6
  • Exercise on Perfect Tense with Answers for Class 6

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Prepositions Worksheet

  • Preposition Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 4
  • Preposition Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 3
  • Preposition Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 2
  • Preposition Exercise for Class 6 – Worksheet 1
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CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Conjunctions Worksheet

  • Conjunctions Worksheets for CBSE Class 6 English
  • Conjunctions Exercises for CBSE Class 6 with Examples

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Gap Filling Worksheets

  • Gap Filling Worksheets for CBSE Class 6 English Grammar
  • Gap Filling Exercises for CBSE Class 6 English Grammar

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Active and Passive Worksheets

  • Active and Passive Voice Worksheets for CBSE Class 6
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CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Adverbs Worksheets

  • Adverb Worksheets for CBSE Class 6 English Grammar
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CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Direct and Indirect Speech Worksheets

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  • Direct and Indirect Speech Exercises for CBSE Class 6

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Noun Worksheets

  • Singular and Plural Nouns Worksheets – CBSE Class 6 English
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CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Quantifiers Worksheets

  • Quantifiers Exercises for CBSE Class 6 with Examples

CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Editing and Omission Worksheets

  • Omission Exercises for CBSE Class 6 English Grammar
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CBSE Class 6 English Grammar – Sentences Worksheets

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  • Rearrange Jumbled Sentences for CBSE Class 6

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 1 with Answers

Q.1 Underline the correct pronoun.

  • Ann writes as well as ( him, he ).
  • Tom is several inches taller than ( I, me ).
  • We retain more students than ( they, them ).
  • Jack has a larger car than ( I, me ).
  • The dress fits you better than ( she, her ).
  • We are not at home as much as ( they, them ).
  • Dad has more patience than ( her, she ).
  • The younger child is not as talented as ( him, her ).
  • Bobby thinks his parents like the baby more than ( he, him ).
  • Although Charles has only lived here for a short time, he already has made more friends that ( me, I ).
  • Susan and John can’t sing as well as ( us, we ).
  • Dr. Jones has a larger practice than ( I, me ).

Answers :  1. I 2. They 3. He 4. I 5. Her 6. They 7. she 8. He 9. Him 10. I 11. We 12. I

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 2 with Answers

Q.2 Fill in the blanks with a suitable pronoun.

  • Tom and I are going to the circus. ________ are meeting at three o’clock.
  • The baby is crying loudly. ________ looks hungry.
  • You feet are very dirty. ________ must wash them.
  • Peacock is a beautiful bird. ________ has colorful feathers.
  • I have two kitten ________ have a puppy too.

Select the correct pronoun that goes with the verb in each sentence.

  • They  are having trouble getting back to the library.
  • What time was  she  planning on leaving?
  • Six of  us  went to the store with Andy.
  • Every Thursday, Jim goes for swimming with  them .
  • Sara wanted to watch movie with  them .

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 3 with Answers

Q.3 Underline the adjectives in each sentence below.

Example : The beautiful neighbourhood gleamed with sunlight in the morning. Answer : beautiful

  • John went to the busy store to pick up red apples.
  • The tall man at the counter felt that John was a very kind gentleman.
  • The hot sun rose in the morning and set in the misty evening.
  • Many of earth’s greatest wonders have been labeled as historical monuments.
  • Often, there are many animals which are placed on the endangered species list because they are hunted.
  • That tall man walked in the store yesterday and ordered some green tea.
  • One of the largest buildings in the world is located on that tiny mountain that overlooks the sea.
  • John happily opened the front door when he heard his friend knocking.
  • May was cooking a big feast for her family during the afternoon.
  • Michael went to school so he could pass the very difficult test.
  • That building is a huge skyscraper.
  • Many of those red flowers bloom in spring and die in the winter.
  • Often times, students are happy when lunch time begins.

Answer Key:

  • greatest, historical
  • many, endangered
  • tall, green
  • one, largest, tiny

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 4 with Answers

Q.4 Choose the correct Adjective from brackets.

  • We wanted  ______________________  (grey / a / metal) table.
  • They bought  ______________________  (red / a / new) car.
  • She went home and sat on  ______________________  (comfortable / her / wooden / old) bed.
  • He bought  ______________________  (woollen / a / British / fabulous) suit.
  • They have  ______________________  (Dutch / black) bicycles.
  • He wants  ______________________  (some / French / delicious / really) cheese.
  • ______________________  (young / a / pretty) girl walked into the room.
  • He has  ______________________  (a lot of / old / interesting) books.
  • She bought  ______________________  (plastic / red / a / new) plastic lunchbox.
  • He is looking for  ______________________  (leather / stylish / a /black) bag.
  • She dropped  ______________________  (old / beautiful / the) plate and it smashed.
  • I want  ______________________  (silk / green / an / amazing) dress.
  • She drank  ______________________  (Italian / black / hot) coffee.
  • He saw  ______________________  (French / writing / old / an) desk.
  • They stayed in  ______________________  (little / a / cute) cottage.
  • I visited  ______________________  (ancient / a / spooky / German) castle.
  • He has  ______________________  (silver / old / beautiful / a) ring.
  • We ate  ______________________  (green / English / round / some) apples.
  • I need  ______________________  (computer / comfortable / a) desk.
  • They went on holiday to  ______________________  (small / wooden / a / beautiful) cabin.
  • We wanted a grey metal table.
  • They bought a new red car.
  • She went home and sat on her comfortable old wooden bed.
  • He bought a fabulous British woollen suit.
  • They have black Dutch bicycles.
  • He wants some really delicious French cheese.
  • A pretty young girl walked into the room.
  • He has a lot of interesting old books.
  • She bought a new red plastic lunchbox.
  • He is looking for a stylish black leather bag.
  • She dropped the beautiful old plate and it smashed.
  • I want an amazing green silk dress.
  • She drank hot black Italian coffee.
  • He saw an old French writing desk.
  • They stayed in a cute little cottage.
  • I visited a spooky ancient German castle.
  • He has a beautiful old silver ring.
  • We ate some round green English apples.
  • I need a comfortable computer desk.
  • They went on holiday to a beautiful small wooden cabin.

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 5 with Answers

Q5. Tick if the articles in the following sentences are correct. If not, insert the correct article.

  • She has always been a honest person.
  • I ate an apple before breakfast today morning.
  • I want to visit a Jinnah supermarket which is located in Islamabad.
  • He felt sorry for a dogs that had no food to eat.
  • They want to see a comedy film that has good reviews.
  • France won a football world cup in a year 2020.
  • I wish there was the better way to do this.
  • I wish I had an right answer to your question.
  • He had to listen to a earful for disobeying his mother.
  • She was blessed with a pair of ears so sensitive that she could hear sounds we couldn’t.

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 6 with Answers

Q.6 Fill in the blanks with the simple present form of the verbs given in the brackets.

  • He (smoke) too much, which is why he has breathing problems.
  • Do you think she (speak) Sindhi as fluently as us?
  • He (go) for daily walks in the morning.
  • It is very likely that once she (realise) her full potential she will do very well.
  • Let’s go out to (pick) up some food once your friend (reach) our place.
  • She (work) as an editor at a publishing house.
  • My dog (eat) all kinds of meat and veggies as well.
  • She (match) almost all the necessary criteria needed for the job.
  • It (rain) almost every weekend in these villages.
  • As soon as he (pass) out of college, he will look for a job.
  • pick, reaches

Class 6 English Worksheet for Grammar – Exercise 7 with Answers

Q.7 Identify the prepositions in the following sentences.

  • Kim is going to the station.
  • His shop is in the new block.
  • She is fond of cats.
  • Who are you going with?
  • What are you looking for?
  • The cat is sitting under the table.
  • He bought her a nice jacket from the new shop.
  • Matt’s house is just across the street.
  • He buried the treasure chest beneath the ground.
  • Sam is the brightest among all the students.

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How to Prepare for Class 6 English Grammar Examinations by Practicing Worksheets for Class 6 English Grammar

After students go through the NCERT / reference book prescribed by the school for completion of studying  Class 6 English , it is mandatory that they should refer printable worksheets for further preparation and revision. Below you will find few guiding steps provided by CBSE core committee, which any student can easily follow in order to improve their academic performance.

Create a Suitable Time Table for Study

The first important step that needs to be taken is to chart out an easy schedule for studying English Grammar. Parents can also help children in preparing such schedule. Main aspect that needs to be kept in mind while preparing is to divide all syllabus for Class 6 English Grammar on the basis of their mark distribution, along with the allotment of maximum time to the most important topics. This will help students in understanding their requirement of  worksheets.

Fetch Compilation of Worksheets for Class 6 English Grammar

In today’s era when everybody is glued to internet, one can find immense worksheets availability on the internet which can sometimes easily create confusion in student’s minds. An ideal worksheet are ones that contain and covers all types of questions related to each topic of Class 6 English Grammar. Here at  Ribblu.com , we have Worksheets of various schools and coaching institutes that are uploaded by users themselves and being spot on they help students to do focussed preparation.

Complete Revision of Entire syllabus prior to Solving Worksheets

A student must revise the entire  syllabus for class 6 English  before solving worksheets in order to get the best performance out of themselves. Worksheets help students in evaluating every aspects of English Grammar including short questions, long questions, multiple-choice questions as well as value-based questions.

Begin Practicing Topics/ Chapters with Maximum Marks Weightage

As per the exam pattern provided by the CBSE and NCERT regularities along with  Sample Papers for Class 6 English  provided, all topics and chapters are distributed on the basis of marks weight-age. So all students must start solving those Worksheets for Class 6 English Grammar first.

Evaluate your performance on the basis of time

Worksheets contain all types of questions and all these questions take different times for solving. Evaluation on the basis of time helps students to get better performance out of themselves.

The above  NCERT CBSE and KVS worksheets for Class 6 English Grammar  will immensely assist all the students to to improve marks by clearing English Grammar concepts and also improve problem solving skills. These CBSE NCERT Class 6 English Grammar workbooks , test papers, sample questions, and important question banks are from various Schools uploaded by users for benefit of Class 6  students.

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a) These kind of English Grammar Worksheets will help the students to clear concepts and get more score in examinations.

b) These printable worksheets for English Grammar Class 6  will help to improve problem solving and analytical skills.

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d) All the students will be able to revise every English Grammar topics properly and save time during exams.

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