Ch 13: Language Arts Games for 6th Grade

About This Chapter

Using games in the classroom allows you to teach language arts in a unique way. In this chapter you will find ideas and strategies for incorporating a variety of games and activities that support the 6th grade learning curriculum.

Language Arts Games for 6th Grade - Chapter Summary

Open up the lessons from this chapter to review ideas for games you can use to enhance your 6th grade language arts lesson plans. Some of the topics will learn about in this chapter are as follows:

  • Games promoting reading comprehension
  • Vocabulary development games
  • Games and activities to improve spelling skills
  • Computer-based typing games
  • Games to increase awareness of grammar rules

These teaching resources have been developed by educators who understand the difficulties in teaching 6th grade students. That's why our lessons offer you new approaches that incorporate game play teaching methodologies. Furthermore, you can pick and choose through this chapter based on your needs, so if you only need additional resources for reading and spelling, you can focus on those specific lessons.

How It Helps

  • Builds a happier learning environment: Sometimes the rigid structure of school causes students to have problems with learning, but these games can help you reach your students through the use of a happier and friendlier approach.
  • Provides step-by-step instruction: Our detailed lessons include easy-to-follow instructions that were written by fellow educators, so you know these games will fit seamlessly into your lesson plans.
  • Creates new perspectives: Instead of only teaching language arts by the book, these games challenge you to think differently, which can help you become a better teacher.

Skills Covered

After you finish this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Utilize games to explain the grammar rules of nouns, verbs, and adjectives
  • Increase student vocabulary skills with word games
  • Connect spelling and typing games for cross-skills training
  • Institute in-class reading games to encourage healthy competition

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