LA 6 Student Worktext Set gets your student traveling through space with the crew of the U.S.S. Endeavor. They’ll follow a mission with Captain Kendall, Lt. Kress, Ensign Fisher, Ensign Will and other starship officers as they sharpen their grammar skills throughout the year. Students will evaluate a passage, practicing what they’ve learned in years past, as well as adding new skills in grammar, mechanics, and word usage. It should be a fun ride! Alien Spelling Word Attack brings together provide a year’s worth of spelling work. The activities presented in this book are varied and interesting.
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What’s in the LA6 Guide?
The “Exploring Word Pictures” guide schedules enough material for a full school year. This program pulls together several great resources. This guide schedules: cursive handwriting practice, creative paragraph instruction and writing, parts of speech worksheets, punctuation, sentence structure and types, spelling activities and practice, vocabulary workbooks, reading, language activities, and language skills. The guide offers weekly teaching notes, helps, and instructions on how-to-use the materials in this guide and so on. The answer key for the LA 6 Student Worktext Set, Alien Spelling Word Attack!, and “First Contact” is included as part of this resource.
The power of expression is in good word choices! Students will focus on choosing the right words to express ideas when writing. This program includes language arts resources designed to help your student gain proficiency in spelling, continue with more advanced grammar study, learn to sharpen their writing skills, and continue vocabulary building. It also includes a guidebook that offers creative suggestions to coordinate with your themed program. Students will also continue practicing their cursive writing skills and vocabulary building.
LA 6 includes the items listed below, and a guidebook that brings it all together and offers instruction to coordinate with your fifth grader’s themed program. It also includes a guidebook that offers creative suggestions to coordinate with several themed programs. Students continue to improve their reading skills, reading suggested books that range in length from 65 to 250 pages, but which have a consistent reading level achievable for this age. Students are expected to read about a chapter a day.
Introducing Ebook Language Arts!
You’ll love the functionality and flexibility of our ebook language arts programs for grades 3-6. Each program is an ebook collection that includes a guide and most of your language arts resources. These ebook collections are specially formatted to make them easy to view on a tablet or laptop or print from your home printer and use. The language arts worktexts, for instance, can be printed as worksheets at home or in WP’s booklet format at Staples.
Best of all, your ebook purchase allows you to print as many copies of consumables as you need for your family. Printing consumables can really help you save on most language arts programs, as so many include several consumables.
Another change this year is that we are no longer selling readers as part of our 3rd-6th LA programs. With the advent of personal reading devices, tablets, smartphones, and laptops, more and more of these books are available in a less-expensive ebook format. Reader sets are still scheduled and available as special-order items, but we believe this offers flexibility to parents to choose to buy ebooks, or borrow books from a friend or library to reduce their homeschool costs. Instead, we are including eReading Schedules that schedule books and provide discussion questions.
What will you study in the LA6 Resources?
List of the Student Books
- Alien Spelling Word Attack! Student Book
- First Contact Student Book
- LA 6 Student Worktext Set
- A Spelling Dictionary for Writers Student Book
- Advance Words I Use When I Write Student Book
- Independent Student Reader Set*
Using The Resources Scheduled in This Guide
Students who have used our other language arts – LA 3 “Tracking Down Good Grammar,” LA 4 “Solving the Mysteries of Grammar,” and LA 5 “Digging Into Paragraphs” – will use the skills gained through those programs to complete the workbooks scheduled in this guide. Each year grammar instruction and review is part of those programs. LA 6 “Exploring Word Pictures” includes grammar exercises for the student to complete. The assignments in these workbooks are done though in a real-life format. This means that students will be determining on their own what part of speech an underlined word is, locating and correcting run-on sentences, finding and differentiating between similes and metaphors, and correcting sentences that are not punctuated correctly.
It is important to note that grammar concepts are listed in a comprehensive appendix, as part of the LA 6 “Exploring Word Pictures” guide. This reference resource is called, “Navigation Log: Grammar Concepts for Mission Log Assignments.” Students will find this resource helpful to remind them of things they already know.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Students who haven’t covered grammar or only have had some grammar instruction – we suggest that you use our other LA programs. Our LA 4 or LA 5 as they have more lengthy instruction and take more time on each concept. Students who are less familiar with grammar will benefit more from those LA. It is important for families using our LA for the first time or changing LA programs, that we recommend using our LA 5 before using this one for reasons as mentioned above.
Go aboard a starship and seek out new grammar adventures. You will discover and eradicate grammar mistakes and poor puncuation with the captain and crew of the Endeavor. Captain Kendall will boldy lead you through the grammatical dangers of space. Sometimes you will be assigned to help in Ensign Will in the “Crew Quarters.” Each assignment, Mission Log, is varied and the new situations you face with the crew will engross even reluctant learners. This worktext reinforces the grammar concepts introduced in LA 3 “Tracking Down Good Grammar,” LA 4 “Solving the Mysteries of Grammar,” & LA 5 “Digging Into Paragraphs.”
Go aboard a starship and seek out new grammar adventures. You will discover and erradicate grammar mistakes and poor puncuation with the captain and crew of the Endeavor. Captain Kendall will boldy lead you through the grammatical dangers of space. Sometimes you will be assigned to help in Ensign Will in the “Crew Quarters.” Each assignment, Mission Log, is varied and the new situations you face with the crew will engross even reluctant learners. This worktext reinforces the grammar concepts introduced in LA 3 “Tracking Down Good Grammar,” LA 4 “Solving the Mysteries of Grammar,” & LA 5 “Digging Into Paragraphs.”
Writing lessons and prompts that help students sharpen their writing skills by effectively using interest-catching stories, personification, dialogue and more. These writing lessons will help students sharpen their writing skills with great word choices, fantastic sentence structure, intriguing phrases and other ways to communicate clearly and capture the attention of their readers.
Alien Spelling Word Attack! :
Puzzles and fun exercises will help students master spelling rules and rule-breakers. As they complete exercises they defend against aliens trying to confuse words and hide broken rules.
Concepts Alien Spelling Word Attack! Covers:
Battle 1: The Advance Sneak-E Guard – When to Add “e” & Remove “e” when adding “able”
Battle 2: Another Sneak-E Tactic – Which Word Endings Remove the Silent “e”
Battle 3: “The First In-Sidious In-Vaders” – Prefixes “in” & “im”
Battle 4: “A New Attack CONfues COMmand” – Prefixes “con” & “com”
Battle 5: “The Silent Letter Campain” – Don’t Forget the Silent Letters
Battle 6: “Capture of the Double-Consonants” – Difficult Words with Double-Consonants
Battle 7: “Double-Consonants Fight Back” – Continued Double-Consonant Practice
Battle 8: “A New Threat of Doom” – Different Spellings for the Long “u” Sound
Battle 9: “The PulverIZEr” – Word Endings “-ise” & “-ize”
Battle 10: “Final E-Limination” – Review of Spelling Directives from Previous Weeks
Battle 11: “The Nuisance Sequence” – Suffixes “-ance,” “-ence,” & “-ent”
Battle 12: “Universal Translator Breakdown” – Homonyms
Battle 13: “The Smartest Linguist” – Word Endings “ist” & “est”
Battle 14: “Artificial Intelligence” – Word Endings “cial” & “tial”
Battle 15: “The Clown-Faced Clones” – Letters That are Not Pronounced
Battle 16: “The Clown-Faced Clones Return” – Continued Practice of Letters That are Not Pronounced
Battle 17: “The Sabotage Barrage” – Suffixes “-ege” & “-age”
Battle 18: “The ION Field” – Word Endings “cian” & “sion”
Battle 19: “Ocean Invasion in Motion” – Continued Practice with Word Endings “cian” & “sion”
Battle 20: “Alien Mischief with I Before E” – Words that Follow or Break the I Before E Rule
Battle 21: “Heinous Surveillance” – Continued Practice of Last Week’s Topic
Battle 22: “The Weird Counterfeit” – Exceptions to Rule of Last Week’s Topic
Battle 23: “Senseless Violence” – “i.e.” & “ey” Words
Battle 24: “Emergency!” – Suffixes: “-ance,” “-ancy,” “-ant,” “-ence,” “-ency,” & “-ent”
Battle 25: “An Illegible Warning” – Suffixes: “-ible” & “-able”
Battle 26: “Under Phaser Fire” – Review of Difficult Suffixes
Battle 27: “Phasers on Super-Blast” – Prefixes: “intra,” “inter,” “ante,” “anti,” “hyper,” “hypo,” per,” “pre,” “circum,” “super,” & “trans”
Battle 28: “A New Phaser Setting” – Hyphenate Words
Battle 29: “Hazardous, Perilous & Dangerous!” – Adding “-ous”
Battle 30: “The Gas Planet” – Making Difficult Words Plural
Battle 31: “The Volcano Planet” – Making More Difficult & Different Words Plural
Battle 32: “Sucked Into a Parallel Universe” – Double “ll” Words
Battle 33: “Collaborator” – Words that End in “er,” “or,” & “ar”
Battle 34: “You Must Concede Defeat!” – Words That End in “sede” & “ceed”
Battle 35: “A Desperate Attempt” – Spelling Words Difficult Food Words
Battle 36: “Return to the Mother Ship” – Review of Spelling Directives & Final Test
What are the LA6 Spelling Resources:
Advanced Words I use when I Write:
Writing can be improved by having your own word list — accumulating creative words expands a student’s vocabulary and spelling skills. This personal word book allows your student to build on a list that includes difficult-to-spell words and content area words. This is just one of several resources used to build a students understanding of word pictures.
A Spelling Dictionary for Writers:
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