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This incredible bundle includes over 200 individual “I Can” objective posters tied directly to the 6th Grade Math Common Core. There are also checklist versions for student math journals. It is sure to add to any math instruction and make sure you are focusing on the core! Each file contains all of the objective posters and journal checklists for the respective math domain--Ratios and Proportions, Geometry, Number System, Statistics and Probability, and Expressions and Equations-- that are also listed separately on my store.

Some of the objectives included on the posters include:

I can use the traditional algorithm to solve a long division problem with a multi-digit divisor.

I can use the traditional algorithms to multiply, divide, add, and subtract decimals.

I can analyze a decimal word problem and decide which operation to use and explain that thinking to others.

I can simplify fractions by dividing by the greatest common factor.

I can define, find, and give examples of when to use the GCF (greatest common factor) and the LCM (least common multiple).

I can use the traditional algorithm to divide fractions and solve fraction word problems.

I can identify examples of positive and negative numbers in real life.

I can locate and graph positive and negative numbers on a number line.

I can compare and order positive and negative numbers using greater than and less than symbols.

I can define and solve problems involving opposites and absolute value.

I can graph in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.

I can find the distance between two points on a coordinate plane.

I can identify the effect on coordinates for reflections in the coordinate plane.

I can explain why numerical data and statistical questions need to involve variability.

I can make and analyze a dot plot, line graph, or histogram.

I can locate the maximum and minimum of a data set.

I can define and find the mean, median, mode, quartiles, and range of a set of data.

I can compare and contrast measures of center and measures of variability.

I can compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the mean, median, and mode of a data set.

I can make and interpret a box and whisker plot.

I can find the interquartile range of a set of numerical data.

I can define and find the Mean Absolute Deviation of a set of data.

I can compare and contrast the similarities and differences between range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation.

I can describe data as symmetrical or asymmetrical.

I can describe the overall shape of data by locating examples of peaks, clusters, gaps, and outliers.

Given the mean, I can find a missing data value.

I can create a data set to fit given constraints or can alter a data set to match new specifications.

I can quickly and efficiently solve factor puzzles.

I can define and give examples of rates and rate situations.

I can define and calculate a unit rate, unit price, or constant speed.

I can define and write a ratio in multiple formats.

I can compare and contrast a rate table with a ratio table.

I can simplify a ratio to find a basic or unit ratio in lowest terms.

I can define and set up a proportion.

I can set up and solve numerical proportions.

I can solve word problems involving rates, ratios, and proportion situations.

I can create and analyze ratio models including tape diagrams, ratio boxes, and equations.

I can plot and graph ratios and rates on a coordinate plane.

I can explain the difference between a fraction and ratio.

I can compare ratios using unit ratios and equivalent ratio tables.

I can find unit rates involving both whole numbers and fractions.

I can use cross multiplication to solve proportion problems.

I can explain the difference between part to part and part to whole ratios.

I can correctly identify examples of part to part and part to whole ratio situations.

I can correctly set up proportions to represent part to part and part to whole situations.

I can use diagrams such as tape diagrams, double number lines, and tables to model proportion problems.

I can explain and define a percent.

I can write a percent as a fraction and a decimal.

I can solve proportion problems involving percents with and without a real world context.

I can convert units of measurement in the customary and metric system by setting up a proportion.

I can define and evaluate an exponent.

I can compare and contrast a coefficient with an exponent.

I can use the order of operations to simplify numerical expressions.

I can translate an expression from words to numbers, variables, and symbols.

I can identify the parts of an algebraic expression such as terms and coefficients.

I can simplify algebraic expressions by using the commutative, associative, and distributive properties as well as combining like terms.

I can identify algebraic and numerical expressions that are equivalent.

I can write expressions to represent area and surface area problems.

I can solve problems involving constant speed equations, tables or charts.

I can solve for variables in an equation by using the inverse operation.

I can solve and graph inequalities.

I can find the area of a rectangle, square or parallelogram using the formula A=bh.

I can find the area of any triangle by using the formula A=1/2bh.

I can derive the formula for the area of a triangle by comparing it to the area of a rectangle

I understand and can explain why the same formula is used to find the area of a rectangle and the area of a parallelogram.

I can find the area of a trapezoid using two different methods---the formula or decomposing.

I can decompose complex figures into squares and rectangles to find the area.

I can graph polygons on a coordinate plane and find the distance between points.

I can label my answers in the correct units when finding area.

I can label the parts of a 3D figure including a face, edge, and vertex.

I can define and draw an example of a net for a 3D shape.

I can correctly identify a net for a pyramid, cube, triangular prism, and rectangular prism.

I can draw a net that will correctly form a pyramid, cube, triangular prism, or rectangular prism.

I can calculate the surface area of a pyramid, cube, triangular prism, and rectangular prism by using a net.

I can solve real world word problems involving surface area.

I can label my answers in square units when finding surface area.

I can define and explain the difference between volume and surface area.

I can explain the meaning of the formulas V=lwh and V=Bh.

I can find the volume of a rectangular prism with both whole number and fractional edge lengths.

Given a volume, I can find both the area of the base and a single side length.

I can explain what happens when a unit cube is broken into cubes with fractional side lengths.

I can fill a rectangular prism with fractional unit cubes and explain how it represents the volume.

I can label my answers in cubic units when finding volume.

Some of the objectives included on the posters include:

I can use the traditional algorithm to solve a long division problem with a multi-digit divisor.

I can use the traditional algorithms to multiply, divide, add, and subtract decimals.

I can analyze a decimal word problem and decide which operation to use and explain that thinking to others.

I can simplify fractions by dividing by the greatest common factor.

I can define, find, and give examples of when to use the GCF (greatest common factor) and the LCM (least common multiple).

I can use the traditional algorithm to divide fractions and solve fraction word problems.

I can identify examples of positive and negative numbers in real life.

I can locate and graph positive and negative numbers on a number line.

I can compare and order positive and negative numbers using greater than and less than symbols.

I can define and solve problems involving opposites and absolute value.

I can graph in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane.

I can find the distance between two points on a coordinate plane.

I can identify the effect on coordinates for reflections in the coordinate plane.

I can explain why numerical data and statistical questions need to involve variability.

I can make and analyze a dot plot, line graph, or histogram.

I can locate the maximum and minimum of a data set.

I can define and find the mean, median, mode, quartiles, and range of a set of data.

I can compare and contrast measures of center and measures of variability.

I can compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the mean, median, and mode of a data set.

I can make and interpret a box and whisker plot.

I can find the interquartile range of a set of numerical data.

I can define and find the Mean Absolute Deviation of a set of data.

I can compare and contrast the similarities and differences between range, interquartile range, and mean absolute deviation.

I can describe data as symmetrical or asymmetrical.

I can describe the overall shape of data by locating examples of peaks, clusters, gaps, and outliers.

Given the mean, I can find a missing data value.

I can create a data set to fit given constraints or can alter a data set to match new specifications.

I can quickly and efficiently solve factor puzzles.

I can define and give examples of rates and rate situations.

I can define and calculate a unit rate, unit price, or constant speed.

I can define and write a ratio in multiple formats.

I can compare and contrast a rate table with a ratio table.

I can simplify a ratio to find a basic or unit ratio in lowest terms.

I can define and set up a proportion.

I can set up and solve numerical proportions.

I can solve word problems involving rates, ratios, and proportion situations.

I can create and analyze ratio models including tape diagrams, ratio boxes, and equations.

I can plot and graph ratios and rates on a coordinate plane.

I can explain the difference between a fraction and ratio.

I can compare ratios using unit ratios and equivalent ratio tables.

I can find unit rates involving both whole numbers and fractions.

I can use cross multiplication to solve proportion problems.

I can explain the difference between part to part and part to whole ratios.

I can correctly identify examples of part to part and part to whole ratio situations.

I can correctly set up proportions to represent part to part and part to whole situations.

I can use diagrams such as tape diagrams, double number lines, and tables to model proportion problems.

I can explain and define a percent.

I can write a percent as a fraction and a decimal.

I can solve proportion problems involving percents with and without a real world context.

I can convert units of measurement in the customary and metric system by setting up a proportion.

I can define and evaluate an exponent.

I can compare and contrast a coefficient with an exponent.

I can use the order of operations to simplify numerical expressions.

I can translate an expression from words to numbers, variables, and symbols.

I can identify the parts of an algebraic expression such as terms and coefficients.

I can simplify algebraic expressions by using the commutative, associative, and distributive properties as well as combining like terms.

I can identify algebraic and numerical expressions that are equivalent.

I can write expressions to represent area and surface area problems.

I can solve problems involving constant speed equations, tables or charts.

I can solve for variables in an equation by using the inverse operation.

I can solve and graph inequalities.

I can find the area of a rectangle, square or parallelogram using the formula A=bh.

I can find the area of any triangle by using the formula A=1/2bh.

I can derive the formula for the area of a triangle by comparing it to the area of a rectangle

I understand and can explain why the same formula is used to find the area of a rectangle and the area of a parallelogram.

I can find the area of a trapezoid using two different methods---the formula or decomposing.

I can decompose complex figures into squares and rectangles to find the area.

I can graph polygons on a coordinate plane and find the distance between points.

I can label my answers in the correct units when finding area.

I can label the parts of a 3D figure including a face, edge, and vertex.

I can define and draw an example of a net for a 3D shape.

I can correctly identify a net for a pyramid, cube, triangular prism, and rectangular prism.

I can draw a net that will correctly form a pyramid, cube, triangular prism, or rectangular prism.

I can calculate the surface area of a pyramid, cube, triangular prism, and rectangular prism by using a net.

I can solve real world word problems involving surface area.

I can label my answers in square units when finding surface area.

I can define and explain the difference between volume and surface area.

I can explain the meaning of the formulas V=lwh and V=Bh.

I can find the volume of a rectangular prism with both whole number and fractional edge lengths.

Given a volume, I can find both the area of the base and a single side length.

I can explain what happens when a unit cube is broken into cubes with fractional side lengths.

I can fill a rectangular prism with fractional unit cubes and explain how it represents the volume.

I can label my answers in cubic units when finding volume.

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