Level 6 Reading Comprehension
Summer Solutions 6th Grade Reading Comprehension is for students entering 7th grade. Without ongoing practice, literacy skills lag over the summer break. However, students can bridge the summer learning gap with 6th Grade Reading Comprehension. All educational standards require children leaving Grade 6 to identify what the text says and be able to give a summary, identify points that help develop characters and plot, understand the meanings of words/phrases and figurative language, and read nonliterary information at grade level. Using the summer workbook, students complete 30 lessons of mixed review over a 10-week period, and this ongoing practice ensures retention of literacy skills and concepts covered in sixth grade. Additional skills in the workbook include making inferences, sequencing story events, predicting outcomes, solving analogies, and using context clues to build vocabulary. By completing just one lesson three days a week, students enter seventh grade ready to begin learning new material right away. These summer workbooks include a complete answer key.