Sixth Grade World History


Henry VIII

On this page, you will find a wealth of information to assist you in your class studies. The video link below presentation is on Why We Study History? The links below will support you with your textbook reading and class assignments. -Mr. Zindman


Why Study History Video Clip


Why Study History



Powerpoint Presentations to Support Textbook Activities   Textbook    Pages       Cloze Reading

Guided Reading



Structured Notes  Study Guides 
Why Do We Study World History? Class  Group Activity  Student Copy-Why Do We Study History?      Why Do We Study World History? 
6th Grade Geography  Class Vocabulary Activity  Geography Cloze  Map Skills Packet Map Skills Jeopardy 
Uncovering the Past Powerpoint  Pages 4-27  Uncovering the Past Cloze Uncovering the Past Structured Notes Uncovering the Past SG
 The Stone Age Pages 4-27

The Iceman

The Stone Age Cloze  Stone Age Structured Notes  Stone Age SG 
Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent Pages 28-55  Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent Cloze  Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent Structured Notes Mesopotamia and the Fertile Crescent SG 
Hebrews and Jews Pages 56-63  Hebrews and Jews Cloze 
 Ancient Egypt and Kush Pages 64-103 

Egyptian Activities

Egyptian Virtual Tour 

Pyramid Challenge

Egypt Class Links

Ancient Egypt Cloze Ancient Egypt and Kush Structured Notes  Mesopotamia and Kush SG 
 Ancient India Pages 104-133

Ancient Indian Activities


Ancient India Guided Reading 

Ancient India Cloze

Ancient India Structured Notes  Ancient India SG 
 Ancient China Pages 134-163  Ancient China Guided Reading 

Ancient China Cloze

Ancient China Structured Notes  Ancient China SG 
Ancient Greece Pages 166-189   Ancient Greece Cloze 
The Greek World Pages 196-223  The Greek World Cloze
The Roman Republic Pages 226-247   The Roman Republic Guided Reading     
Rome and Christianity Pages 226-247  
 The Islamic World Pages 282-305