Grade 6 Math Pack for Google Apps™ | Financial, Data Literacy and PBL

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Everything you need to assess grade 6 math in a meaningful and engaging way. Grade 6 Math Pack includes: project based learningfinancial literacydata literacy and real-world word problems!

Covers topics such as:

  • Measurement
  • Converting units
  • Multiplying decimals
  • Factors, multiples
  • Graphing equations
  • Solving algebraic equations
  • Fractions
  • Financial Literacy

Cross-Curricular links to language and science!

Works great in-class or for remote learning.

For the printable and Easel version click here.

For the Canadian Version click here.

Includes 7 activities:

Multiplying Decimals Mystery Picture Includes: (26 Slides)

4 separate files make this easy to assign!

1. Question Slides

2. Google Sheets™ answer form (mystery picture)

3. Example Answer, (learn even more by taking up the answers - and it's already done for you!)

4. Teacher Slides (So students don't get anything they don't need.)

Question Slides include:

  • 2 examples done already as a review
  • 15 questions total
  • 10 multiplying decimal questions
  • 5 word problems

1 Google Sheets™ answer page - (correct answers reveal mystery picture!)

Example Solutions include:

  • Step-by-step solutions for all 15 questions
  • Tips and guides along the way for deeper learning

Teacher Slides include:

  • Links to all included files, (Questions, Mystery Picture and Example Solutions)
  • Instructions
  • Terms of Use
  • Credits

Graphing Algebraic Expression slides include: (24 Slides)

  • 10 questions total
  • 5 are solve for x or y and graph the equation
  • 2 word problems
  • 2 reflection question
  • 1 creative problem, (develop an appropriate equation)
  • 1 editable template to create your own questions
  • Example Solutions
  • Rubric
  • Terms of Use
  • Credits

Get Science Fair Ready! Project Based Learning Data Literacy for Middles School includes: (61 Slides)

  • 3 Slide Shows, (Data Literacy Review, Research Project and Teacher Slides.)

Data Literacy Review: (19 Slides)

· 5 lessons with 5 challenges:

1. Subjective vs. objective data

2. Raw data, (methods)

3. How to organize and display data, (results)

4. Factors that affect data, (discussion)

5. How to draw conclusions and infer, (conclusions)

Research Project: (24 Slides)

  • Scientific research report expectations
  • Data collection templates
  • How to identify your guiding question
  • Guidance how to write each section and how to present
  • Success criteria
  • Rubric
  • Feedback template

Teacher Slides: (18 Slides)

· Terms of Use

· Credits

· Answers to Data Literacy Review

· Research Project Success Criteria

· Rubric

· Feedback templates

'Making Money' Financial Literacy Reading Comprehension includes: (13 Slides)

  • Google Slides TM Version, 8.5 x 11 so you can print it if you prefer.
  • Article 'How to Make Money: A Guide for Preteens'
  • 5 Higher-level thinking Questions (short answer and paragraph style)
  • Example Answers
  • Rubric

Design a Homestead PBL for Factors, Area & Perimeter includes: (86 Slides)

  • 3 sets of slides: teacher's (answers, timeline, terms of use, etc.) tutorial and questions, and project. - Makes it easy to assign!
  • Google activities have tons of movable objects, in full color, no answers, but rubric, and success criteria.
  • Memory Verse 'Magnetic Art' (Proverbs 16:9)
  • Lesson on how to use arrays to solve 'factor and multiples'
  • 5 hands-on questions about factors and multiples with manipulatives.
  • 5 multiplication word problems, (factors, area, perimeter)
  • Example answers
  • Outline and expectations of the 'Design a Homestead' project
  • Templates
  • Success criteria
  • Visual arts integration
  • Reflection questions
  • Rubric
  • Example of a completed project

Design a Tree House | PBL Measurement Activity includes: (27 Slides)

Teacher's copy of Google Slides includes: (5 Slides)

  • Instructions on how to make copies for your students
  • Screen shots
  • Terms of use

Student's copy includes: (22 Slides)

  • Interactive table of contents
  • 2 reviews with answer slides
  • 5 'missions' that guide them through the steps of designing a real tree house floor plan
  • Clear expectations at the beginning and checklist at the end
  • Real student example
  • Tips on how to draw right on Google slides
  • Movable pieces to add interest and creativity
  • Bonus word problem on area
  • Rubric
  • Instructions on how to send back to their teacher

Evidence of Learning Fractions includes: (11 Slides)

  • Evidence of Learning handout
  • Example answers
  • Rubric
  • Instructions on how to share with your students, with screen shots
  • Separate teacher and student slides to make sharing with your students simplified
  • Instructions for students on how to hand it back in


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Total Pages
248 pages
Answer Key
Included with rubric
Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
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.
Display numerical data in plots on a number line, including dot plots, histograms, and box plots.
Summarize numerical data sets in relation to their context, such as by:
Reporting the number of observations.
Describing the nature of the attribute under investigation, including how it was measured and its units of measurement.


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