Grade 6 DVD Only

Grade 6 DVD Only

Grade 6 for Distance Learning

Lease a Grade 6 DVD Kit and get access to all the following Distance Learning courses:

  • Bible Truths 6 teaches students about God and His plan to provide a Savior for fallen mankind.
  • Heritage Studies 6 presents the lands, people, and cultures of ancient civilizations.
  • English 6 continues the grammatical study of sentences, nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and conjunctions as well as provides practice in reference skills.
  • Spelling 6 focuses on common Greek and Latin word beginnings and more pairs of related words.
  • Reading 6 contains classic literature and character-building stories that illustrate biblical principles.
  • Math 6 develops further understanding of multiplication and division of fractions, proportions, percents, and statistics.
  • Science 6 continues the spiral of science education by covering earth science, physical science, and biology.
  • Handwriting 6 provides edifying handwriting experiences to encourage legible, attractive written communication in all walks of life.

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  • Author - BJU Press Distance Learning
  • Copyright Year - 2007
  • Format - Distance Learning by DVD
  • Length - n/a
  • Grade Level - 6
  • Publisher - BJU Press

Grade 6 DVD Only

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Rated 2 out of 5 by Outdated If I would have previewed the DVDs fully, I would not have purchased them. Because of a cross-country move, we thought this would be a good way to keep schoolwork on schedule. The math and history DVDs use the old textbooks so we could not transition into those subjects without buying old textbooks and starting the year over. The DVDs are outdated. For the cost, it is hard to understand why these old DVDs are recycled year after year instead of updating them regularly. January 31, 2014
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