6th Grade Language Arts Worksheets
Let your learning soar to new heights with our printable 6th grade language arts worksheets. With abundant practice in identifying subject and object personal pronouns, recognizing inappropriate shifts in verb tenses, finding direct and indirect objects, adding subject and object complements, converting between direct and reported speech, fixing punctuation errors, consulting dictionaries, interpreting figurative language, determining the central theme, and analyzing characters, our pdf exercises are a surefire hit with students and are accompanied by an answer key. Grab our free grade 6 language arts worksheets for instant practice!
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Read each set of three sentences and check the one with an appropriate shift in the verb tenses.
Get acquainted with the various combinations: noun + noun, adverb + adjective and more, of forming collocations with examples using this chart.
Expand knowledge and know the causes and effects of extreme weather, the weather dangers, and recount details while answering questions.
Learn the important rules to form question tags with this chart that clearly states each rule along with examples.
Rise means to move upward, while raise means to lift something. Distinguish between the two words and use them judiciously to complete each sentence.
Map out connections between the causes and their possible outcomes. Write the sequential effect that stems from each given cause.
Scout out the sentences for prepositional phrases that function as adjectives, describing nouns and underline them.
Recognize the organelles in the plant and animal cells from the pictures and the clues and write the names in the grid to complete the crossword.
Read the information about the Carlsbad Caverns National Park, analyze the central idea of the text and cite textual evidence to support analysis.
Underline the subject complement, which is a word or phrase that follows a linking verb and identifies or describes the subject in each sentence.
Can you identify the national symbols of America? Scout out the names of these symbols in the word search grid and circle them.
Think ahead, draw connections between the information given in the text and, your personal experience and anticipate what would happen next.