Grade 6 Math
• Patterns in Mathematics –
Writing pattern rules, using variables in expression and representing patterns in a graph. Solving problems using patterns and number patterns in spreadsheets.
• Numeration –
Reading, writing, comparing, ordering, and renaming numbers. Reading, writing, comparing, and ordering decimals. Rounding decimals.
• Data Management –
Evaluating, creating and analyzing survey results. Plotting coordinate pairs. Making and using line graphs, and scatter plot. Calculating mean and identifying mode. Changing the intervals and scale on a graph.
• Addition & Subtraction –
Adding & subtracting whole numbers, decimals and money. Estimating sum and differences.
• Measuring Length & Time –
Measuring length. Metric relationship. Perimeters of polygons. Solve problems using logical reasoning.
• Multiplication & Division Facts –
Identifying multiples, calculating coin values, multiplying by hundreds, estimating products and multiplying by twodigit numbers. Dividing by 1000 & 10,000, dividing by tens & hundreds, estimating quotients, and dividing by tow digit numbers. Order of Operation. Multiplying and dividing decimals.
• 2D Geometry –
Estimating angle measures, investigating properties of triangles, communicate about triangles, constructing polygons, sorting polygons and investigating properties of quadrilaterals.
• Area –
Identifying relationships between and among linear and square units, rule for calculating the area of parallelograms and geometric relationships. Rule for calculating the area of a triangle and polygons. Using open sentences to solve problems.
• 3D Geometry and 3D Measurement –
Visualizing and constructing polyhedrons. Calculating the surface area of polyhedrons, volume of rectangular and triangular prisms. Creating isometric sketches and cube structures.
• Fractions, Decimals, Ratios & Percent –
Comparing and ordering fractions, and with unlike denominators. Fraction and decimal equivalents. Determining equivalent ratios and understanding the meaning of percent. Relating percents to decimals and fractions.
• Probability –
Calculating probability experiments. Using percent to describe probability. Theoretical probability and using tree diagram.
