I’ve been working hard to get my sixth grade materials organized and ready for all of you, and I’m happy to say that my 6th Grade Geometry Guide is ready!
I love this block so much that I have volunteered to teach it for my colleagues and I have now taught this 6th grade Geometry block 5 times!
Honestly, the block is so fun, even if you’re not teaching 6th grade yet, you might want to follow along and do some beautiful sacred geometric art!
If you’re getting ready to teach 6th grade, you are so lucky! It is such a great year. I think it’s my favorite of the entire Waldorf curriculum. 6th graders are so fun to be around, and they’re asking for something completely different than previous years, it’s an exciting challenge to meet their new needs for objective, intellectual learning!
Here’s what I’ve put together so far to get you going.
Waldorf Sixth Grade Curriculum Guides
Sixth Grade Basics will give you the big picture overview of what you need to know to teach the year.
My Rocks and Minerals Guide just got a makeover, with 30 new photographs of main lesson pages!
My Astronomy Guide is one of my most popular guides ever!
Sixth Grade Physics Guide was released last week.
And now the Sixth Grade Waldorf Geometry Guide will help round things out a bit.
In this guide you’ll find . . .
- a 25-page pdf document with explanation of main lesson format, an outline for the block, and day-by-day curriculum content with instructions for demonstrations
- ideas for review activities
- nearly 50 photos of main lesson pages
- handouts and dictations
- a block test
- a block summary and evaluation form
- primary resource suggestions
- product recommendations
Not quite ready for sixth grade yet? Check out my Grade Five curriculum guides here.
And if you’re on the fence about going ahead and purchasing the guide, I’m happy to share a little pdf with my recommended supplies for the block, along with my thoughts about why you should use them. (These recommendations are included in the guide.)