Students in the sixth school year enter the world a teenager. There is a fanatical need for justice, a strong desire to argue, to oppose traditions and authorities, and a tendency to form groups. Contrasting dramatic poems, rhythmic poems reflecting the life of animals and plants, short, dynamic performances based on the works of books, dialogues with each other loudly expressing the questions inside, group speeches create objectivity and understanding that all issues are solved in life as if by themselves. Looking at the peculiarities of this age, it is very important to learn comparisons. Geography begins in the sixth grade. Kids learn about their country and this is a great topic for short trips to other countries.