I teach 6th grade ELA. All student learners are mixed together, from K reading levels to high school reading levels. I've got students with hefty IEPs sitting with neurotypical children and a couple truly academically gifted kids. This is a grand experiment on the part of my school. I'm not writing to debate inclusion, but rather to inquire about the 2 gifted children. They are more than capable of high school reading. It's hard for me to think of what to give them that fits the maturity of 6th grade and doesn't interrupt the curriculum of their high school teachers. One of these children literally asked me for "Grapes of Wrath" the other day. I've got some time to assign additional reading/projects as they have blown through our class text, "The Giver." Aside from titles, I'm also searching for different class structures that will still help them grow. I've not forced them to sit through every lesson in our curriculum. They've been reading, annotating, and writing essays independently on given prompts. I'm thinking this will get old, though. What other sorts of things can I give them to do without killing myself making an entirely separate curriculum?