6th Grade Math Curriculum Bundle CCSS Aligned

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This was a great supplement to the school-issued textbook. It was particularly helpful when we had to go back on hybrid.
This material uses examples and problems that require more in-depth thinking which helps me prepare students for the type of practice and testing they will actually have.

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Are you looking to integrate technology into your 6th grade math curriculum? This entire common core aligned product is on Google. This makes it easy to assign to students digitally or you can print the slides. All slides were created 8.5x11 so make printing easy. You can buy this bundle now and get all future updates for free. This bundle includes 7 units as well as a state test prep task card activity. Text boxes are already inserted as well.

Links to helpful videos are included on some of the notes pages so students can view a video of that particular concept if they need a little more help.

Unit 1 (Factors, Multiples, and Distributive Property) contains:

β’ Factors

β’ Factor pairs

β’ Prime Numbers

β’ Composite numbers

β’ Square numbers

β’ Multiples

β’ Common factors

β’ Common multiples

β’ Greatest common factors

β’ Least common multiplies

β’ Prime factorization

β’ The distributive property

β’ Order of operations

β’ Word problems

Unit 2 (Ratios) contains:

β’ Changing ratios into equivalent fractions

β’ Ratio word problems

β’ Solving ratio problems using proportions

β’ Unit rates

β’ Using ratios, rates, and unit rates to solve word problems

β’ Using rate tables

β’ Opposites

β’ Absolute Values

β’ Comparing and ordering integers

β’ Comparing and ordering fractions

β’ Converting between fractions and decimals

β’ Comparing and ordering decimals

β’ Finding equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents

β’ Introduction to percents using percent bars

β’ Finding fractions, decimals, and percents from a table

β’ Word problems

Unit 3 (Fractions) contains:

β’ Estimating fractions

β’ Review of addition of fractions

β’ Review of subtraction of fractions

β’ Addition and subtraction word problems

β’ Using models to show multiplication of fractions

β’ Multiplying fractions less than 1

β’ Word problems with fractions less than 1

β’ Multiplying mixed numbers

β’ Word problems with mixed numbers and whole numbers

β’ Using models to divide fractions

β’ Dividing fractions less than 1

β’ Dividing mixed numbers

β’ Word problems for multiplying and dividing fractions

β’ Solving one-step addition and subtraction equations using whole number and fractions

β’ Solving one-step multiplication and division equations using whole number and fractions

β’ Word problems involving one-step equations

6th Grade Test Prep Task Cards Contain a Variety of Questions That Include:

• 5 sets of task cards (2 non-calculator and 3 calculator sets)
• 20 questions in each set
• A wide variety of concepts covering the common core standards
• Multiple Choice Questions
• Multi-Select Questions
• Free Response Questions
• Fill in the blank Questions
• Graphing

Unit 4 (Geometry) contains:

β’ Area and perimeter of rectangles and other polygons

β’ More practice with other polygons

β’ Rectangles with a constant area, but different perimeters

β’ Rectangles with a constant perimeter, but different areas

β’ Area and perimeter of triangles on grid paper

β’ More practice finding area of triangles

β’ Constructing different triangles

β’ Finding area and perimeter of parallelograms

β’ More practice finding area of parallelograms

β’ Drawing polygons on coordinate grids

β’ Finding surface area of nets

β’ Finding surface area of prisms and pyramids.

β’ Finding volume of rectangular prisms

Unit 5 (Decimals) contains:

β’ Determining which operation to use

β’ Estimating decimals

β’ Ratios and rates using decimals

β’ Subtracting decimals

β’ Solving one-step equations involving addition and subtraction of decimals

β’ Placing decimals into products

β’ Multiplying decimals

β’ Reviewing whole number division with decimal quotients

β’ Dividing decimals

β’ Solving one-step equations involving multiplication and division of decimals

β’ Computing tax

β’ Computing tips

β’ Finding what percent discount you would get

Unit 6 (Coordinate Graphs, Equations, and Inequalities) contains:

β’ Collecting data using tables and graphs

β’ Time and distance data

β’ Finding average speed

β’ Independent and dependent variables

β’ Linear patterns and equations

β’ Graphing and writing coordinate pairs

β’ Graphing and finding differences between points on a graph

β’ Writing expressions and equations

β’ Terms, coefficients, and solving one-step equations

β’ Using rates and rate tables to write equations

β’ Writing and solving two-step equations

β’ Solving equations using order of operations

β’ Writing equations using the form y=mx+b

β’ Finding equivalent expressions

β’ Writing equations and combining like terms

β’ Writing, solving and graphing inequalities

Unit 7 (Data and Statistics) contains:

β’ Categorical and numerical data

β’ Statistical questions

β’ Frequency tables

β’ Line plots and dot plots

β’ Mean, median, and mode

β’ Range

β’ Outliers and how they effect the mean, median and mode

β’ Quartiles and interquartile range (IQR)

β’ Bar graphs

β’ Histograms

β’ Box-and-whisker plots

There are tests and quizzes for each unit on Google Slides. There are study guides for each quiz and test as well. For your convince, the quiz and test are also in Google Forms so they are self grading!

There is also an Escape Room and a Survivor Review Activity that go along well with these units. These can be used as a review at the end of each unit, at the end of the year as a cumulative activity, or both!

This is the same curriculum as 6th Grade Math Curriculum Common Core Aligned BUNDLE except this bundle is already put into Google ready to be shared digitally.

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Standards

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Find the area of right triangles, other triangles, special quadrilaterals, and polygons by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles and other shapes; apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.
Find the volume of a right rectangular prism with fractional edge lengths by packing it with unit cubes of the appropriate unit fraction edge lengths, and show that the volume is the same as would be found by multiplying the edge lengths of the prism. Apply the formulas π = π­ πΈ π© and π = π£ π© to find volumes of right rectangular prisms with fractional edge lengths in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.
Draw polygons in the coordinate plane given coordinates for the vertices; use coordinates to find the length of a side joining points with the same first coordinate or the same second coordinate. Apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.
Represent three-dimensional figures using nets made up of rectangles and triangles, and use the nets to find the surface area of these figures. Apply these techniques in the context of solving real-world and mathematical problems.
Recognize a statistical question as one that anticipates variability in the data related to the question and accounts for it in the answers. For example, βHow old am I?β is not a statistical question, but βHow old are the students in my school?β is a statistical question because one anticipates variability in studentsβ ages.