I would like to welcome you all to our Grade 6 Wikispace page! This is the area where I will post updates and homework each day before I go home. Please check this every night after 5 p.m., so that you will be up to speed on all that is happening in our class and to make sure that you are well prepared for all of your assignments and tests.

- Mr. Cope

Student Schedule 2017-2018:

Student Email Addresses:

Each student has been given an email address that is managed by the school. This will give them access to the Google Documents programs that we use in class. Students can start a project at school, it will auto-save and they can then log into Google and access the same documents on your home computer.

All student email addresses look like this:

first name then first letter of last name, then @onlyatbccs.com

ex. danielc@onlyatbccs.com

If a student cannot remember the password that they created, please email me and I will reset it.

Bring Your Own Device Form:

- If you would like to bring in your own computer to use in class, please download and sign the following form:

Weekly Planner:

Friday, May 18th, 2018:

Grandparents' Day was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who helped out, parents and students included.

Our Grade 6 chapel date is May 28th.

To all Grade 6 students and their parents:

With Wikispaces shutting down at the end of this school year, we are beginning the transition from Wikispaces to Google Classroom as a school.
I will continue to update both pages, but please familiarize yourself with the new setup by following this link: Grade 6 Google Classroom
It is a great setup and includes ways to see that your / your child's assignments have been received as well as links to your personal and school calendars.
It seems like a great all-in-one solution to our classroom announcement and assignment needs.


Science Quiz:
We will be having a Science Quiz on Electricity next Wednesday (May 23). Below is the review sheet.
Please study this as well as your fill-in-the-blank notes from class.

-Students are working on electronic circuits for their final unit project. This is a requirement sheet that lists what they will be graded on:

- All circuits must have 4 electronic devices as a part of them. This could include 1.) a battery or batteries 2.) a light or LED 3.) A switch 4.) A motor or sensor and other things like this. Wires do not count and having multiple items of the same kind still only counts as one item. Things like wheels on a car or wings on a plane do not count towards the number of devices in your circuit because they are not electronic.

- I will provide LEDs, resistors, switches and wires. The only parts you need to buy are things that are odd or unique to your child's project, such as a pump, motor or a specific sensor. I recommend buying toy cars from places like value village to get motors. You will get things like a battery holder, a switch and a motor in the same car for $3-5 instead of paying $3-5 for each separate device. Please don't spend more than $15-20 total on anything. I don't want anyone to think you have to spend a great deal of money to get a good mark!

- If you don't know where to find a device, email me and I will try to help.



Here is the Eastern Woodlands presentation that you will need to study for your test review:


Please make sure that you have read up to and including chapter 25 by Thursday morning.

There are no chapter questions for chapters 24 an

For a complete set of chapter questions available for download, please visit the following link:
Grade 6 Google Classroom - English