EOG Practice Worksheets for 6th Grade Students

The EOG (End of Grade) test is administered to North Carolina 6th graders in math and reading every spring. In addition to working hard throughout the school year, your 6th grader can complete practice tests and worksheets at home in preparation for the EOG in the days and weeks prior to the test date. Keep reading to find out where to find these materials.

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EOG Practice from the Public Schools of North Carolina

In the 2005-2006 school year, the North Carolina Department of Education decided that the 6th grade math EOG should be based on the 2003 Standard Course of Study. The reading EOG is based on the 2004 Standard Course of Study. You and your child can look over these core learning standards at the Public Schools of North Carolina's website.

You can also print practice math and reading tests from the Public Schools of North Carolina. These released exams can provide high quality practice because the questions are actual EOG questions and will allow your 6th grader to get accustomed to the format and content of the EOG.

Worksheets from Tlsbooks.com

If you're looking for unique worksheets to help your child prepare for the EOG, you can explore what's offered at tlsbooks.com. There are 26 free worksheets available here in math and English/language arts. Each worksheet will help your child with a specific skill.

A typical math worksheet from this site is 'Bicycle Math'. On this worksheet, your child will use a calculator to solve word problems about distance and speed. The English/language arts worksheets cover synonyms, analogies and reading comprehension.

Super Kids' Math Worksheet Creator

You can create your own EOG practice math questions using the math worksheet creator from Super Kids. The topics can include multiplication, division, fractions, exponents and factorials. You can also choose the minimum and maximum numbers for the problems on your worksheets.

Try using the vocabulary builder page to help your child prepare for the reading test. For instance, you can use the word puzzle or word scrambler. You can enter the vocabulary terms and decide the width and height of the puzzle.

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