Here is a list of the Outcomes indicated for Grade 6 in the year 2014 for Math, Science, ELA and Social Studies. If you click on the outcomes it will link to the Saskatchewan Curriculum website and list the indicators that the outcome contains.


1. N6.1– Demonstrate understanding of place value (greater than one million, less than one thousandth) with and without technology.

2. N6.2– Demonstrate understanding of factors and multiples (concretely, pictorially, and symboliocally)

3. N6.3– Demonstrate understanding of the order of operations on whole numbers (excluding exponents) with and without technology.

4. N6.4– Extend understanding of multiplication and division to decimals (1-digit whole number multipliers and 1-digit natural number divisors).

5. N6.5– Demonstrate understanding of percent (limited to whole numbers to 100) concretely, pictorially, and symbolically.

6. N6.6-Demonstrate understanding of integers concretely, pictorially, and symbolically.

7. N6.7– Extend understanding of fractions to improper fractions and mixed numbers. 7

8. N6.8– Demonstrate an understanding of ratio concretely, pictorially, and symbolically.

9. N6.9– Research and present how First Nations and Metis peoples, past and present, envision, represent, and use quantity in their lifestyles and worldviews.

10. P6.1– Extend understanding of patterns and relationships in tables of values and graphs.

11. P6.2– Extend understanding of preservation of equality concretely, pictorially, physically, and symbolically.

12. P6.3– Extend understanding of patterns and relationships by using expressions and equations involving variables.

13. SS6.1– Demonstrate understanding of angles

14. SS6.2– Extend and apply understanding of perimeter of polygons, area of rectangle, and volume of right rectangular prisms (concretely, pictorially, and symbolically).

15. SS6.3– Demonstrate understanding of regular and irregular polygons.

16. SS6.4– Demonstrate understanding of the first quadrant of the Cartesian plane and ordered pairs with whole number coordinates.

17. SS6.5– Demonstrate understanding of single, and combination of, transformations of 2-D shapes (with and without the use of technology).

18. SP6.1– Extend understanding of data analysis.

19.  SP6.2– Demonstrate understanding of probability


1. DL6.1– Recognize, describe, and appreciate the diversity of living things in local and other ecosystems, and explore related careers.

2. DL6.2– Examine how humans organize understanding of the diversity of living things.

3. DL6.3– Analyze the characteristics and behaviors of vertebrates and invertebrates.

4. DL6.4– Examine and describe structures and behaviors that help individual living organisms survive in their environments in the long and short term.

5. DL6.5– Assess effects of micro-organisms on past and present society, and contributions of science and technology to human understanding of micro-organisms.

6. EL6.1– Assess personal, societal, economic, and environmental impacts of electricity use in Saskatchewan and propose actions to reduce those impacts.

7. EL6.2– Investigate the characteristics and applications of static electric charges, conductors, insulators, switches, and electromagnetism.

8. EL6.3– Explain and model the properties of simple series and parallel circuits.

9. FL6.1– Examine connections between human fascination with flight and technologies and careers based on the scientific principles of flight.

10. FL6.2– Investigate how the forces of thrust, drag, lift, and gravity act on living things and constructed devices that fly through the air.

11. FL6.3– Design a working prototype of a flying object that meets specified performance criteria.

12. SS6.1– Research and represent the physical characteristics of the major components of the solar system, including the sun, planets, moons, asteroids, and comets.

13. SS6.2– Assess the efficacy of various methods of representing and interpreting astronomical phenomena, including phases, eclipses, and seasons.

14. SS6.3– Evaluate past, current, and possible future contributions of space exploration programs including space probes and human spaceflight which support living and working in the inner solar system.


1. CR6.1- View, listen to, read, comprehend, and respond to a variety of texts that address identity, and efficacy.

2. CR6.2– Select and use appropriate strategies to construct meaning before, during, and after viewing, listening, and reading.

3. CR6.3– Use pragmatic, textual, syntactic, semantic/lexical/morphological, graphophonic, and other cues to construct and confirm meaning.

4. CR6.4– View, respond, and demonstrate comprehension of visual and multimedia grade-appropriate texts including traditional and contemporary texts from First Nations, Metis, and other cultures containing special features.

5.  CR6.5– Listen purposefully to understand, respond, and analyze oral information and ideas from a range of texts including narratives, instructions, oral explanations and reports, and opinions.

6. CR6.6– Read and demonstrate comprehension and interpretation of grade-appropriate texts including traditional and contemporary prose fiction, poetry, and plays from First Nations, Metis, and other cultures.

7. CR6.7– Read independently and demonstrate comprehension of a variety of information texts with some specialized language including grade level instructional materials, non-fiction books, reports and articles from magazines and journals, reference materials, and written instructions.

8. CR6.8– Read grade 6 appropriate texts to increase fluency and expression.

9. CC6.1– Create various visual, multimedia, oral, and written texts that explore identity, social responsibility, and efficacy.

10. CC6.2– Select and use the appropriate strategies to communicate meaning before, during, and after speaking, writing, and other representing activities.

11. CC6.3– Use pragmatric, textual, syntactic, semantic/lexical/morphological, graphophonic, and other cues to construct and to communicate meaning.

12.  CC6.4– Create and present a variety of representations that communicate ideas and information to inform or persuade and to entertain an audience, including illustrations, diagrams, posters, displays, and cartoons.

13. CC6.5– Use oral language to interact appropriately with others in pairs, and small and large group situations.

14. CC6.6– Use oral language appropriately to express a range of information and ideas in formal and informal situations including presenting an oral report based on research, a demonstration, and a short dramatization.

15. CC6.7– Write to describe a place; to narrate an incident from own experience in a multi-paragraph composition and in a friendly letter; to explain and inform in multi-step directions and a short report explaining a problem and providing a solution; and, to persuade to support a viewpoint or stand.

16. CC6.8– Experiment with a variety of text forms and techniques.

17. CC6.9– Prepare a teacher-guided inquiry report related to a stand on a topic, theme, or issue studied in English language arts.

18. AR6.1– Consider which viewing, listening, reading, representing, speaking, and writing strategies work best for each task and situation.

19. AR6.2– Appraise own viewing, listening, reading, representing, speaking, and writing skills and strategies, and set goals for improvement.

20. AR6.3– Appraise own and others’ work for clarity.

Social Studies OUTCOMES:

1. IN6.1- Evaluate and represent personal beliefs and values by determining how culture and place influence them.

2. IN6.2– Examine the social and cultural diversity that exists in the world, as exemplified in Canada and a selection of countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean.

3. IN6.3– Develop an understanding that global interdependence impacts individual daily life in Canada and a selection of countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean.

4. IN6.4- Explore aspects of cultural change over time.

5. DR6.1– Analyze the impact of the diversity of natural environments on the ways of life in Canada and a selection of countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean.

6. DR6.2– Analyze ways in which the land affects human settlement patterns and social organization, and ways in which human habitation affects land.

7. DR6.3– Appraise the strategies human societies have used to orient themselves within time and place in the natural environment.

8. DR6.4– Relate contemporary issues to their historical origins in Canada and a selection of countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean.

9. PA6.1– Examine the relationship between an individual’s power and authority and the power and authority of others.

10. PA6.2– Analyze the distribution of power and privilege in Canada and a selection of countries bordering the Atlantic Ocean.

11. PA6.3– Explore examples and explain how people, such as ethnic minority groups, the disabled, youth, and the elderly, may be affected by injustice or abuses of power.

12. RW6.1– Examine and analyze factors that contribute to quality of life, including material and non-material factors.

13. RW6.2– Contribute to initiating and guiding change in local and global communities regarding environmental, social, and economic sustainability.





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