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Fourteen resources in one package and all of them are aligned with Common Core Learning Standards! This is just what you need when teaching, reviewing, and reinforcing the Number System, Geometry, Ratios and Proportional Relationships, and Equations & Expressions. You can use these as centers and work with your students at any one of them. Or use the stations over the course of a few days as a way to assess anecdotally while all students are engaged. There are products you can use as mini-lessons, whole-group review games, as well as test prep. This is a savings of 20%!

Please take the time to view the preview files for the individual resources prior to purchasing by clicking on the links in the description. This way, you will see clearly what you are purchasing and how you will be able to use the products.

In this bundle, you will get:

Back to School-6th Grade Common Core Math Review Task Cards

This Back to School Common Core Math Review for sixth grade is a set of 28 problems in a task card format based on what your students learned in fourth and fifth grade. Most are fun word problems based on folktales and fairy tales, with a few straightforward number problems. These task cards can be used:

* at an independent center, using the answer keys for a self-check

* at a teacher-led center, for focused review or instruction

* as a Scoot Game

* as a whole-group, jigsaw-style game

* as an assessment early in the year

Rocking' Ratios and Rates: Task Cards

Boost your students' learning with these Ratios and Rates task cards. The word problems are aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards 6.RP.1-3 and 7.RP.2-3 and will provide practice with ratios, unit rates, tape or bar diagrams, and proportions. Teachers can use these cards:

* in centers

* in small group work

* as whole group practice, using a Smartboard or Interwrite Board

* as an assessment

Tape Diagrams & Double Number Lines: Minilessons and Practice Printables

Ratios and Proportions are a critical area within the Common Core. These printable lessons and practice in understanding tape diagrams and double number lines will help reinforce your lessons in ratios and proportions, as well as prepare your students for their state tests. The word problems and diagrams are aligned with CCLS 6.RP.3 and clarify how and when to use the tape diagram and the double number line. You can use this product as:

* small group lessons to focus instruction on both models

* use on an Interwrite board as whole-group lessons

* center or station work, as the explanations for both models are

present

* a quick assessment after teaching the diagrams

Match It Up!: A Ratio and Rates Matching Game for Sixth and Seventh Grade

Reinforce those ratio and rate math lessons with this fun center activity. Students can play in a small group, individually or as teams, to match up cards with their corresponding card.

* 32 cards, for a total of 16 matches

* vary between vocabulary, knowledge of proportions, understanding of

unit rates and prices, and equivalent ratios

* Print them on heavy cardstock and then laminate for long-term use.

* Instructions for use and an answer key are provided.

* aligned to the Common Core standards for sixth grade but can also

be used in seventh grade as a review game before or during a Ratio

and Proportions Unit.

...And a 'Shoppin' We Will Go!: Unit Rates and Ratios Quiz

This three page quiz can be used to assess knowledge of unit rates and equivalent ratios. The 8 real-world word problems ask the students to:

* find unit rates

* compare ratios to see if they are equivalent

* use a tape diagram to solve a ratio problem

* use a double number line to solve a ratio problem

Multiplying Fractions, Multiplying Fun!

Use these printable math task cards at independent centers, as an Interwrite/Smartboard assessment activity, or in small groups to focus instruction on these concepts:

* Multiplying fractions with whole numbers

* Multiplying fractions with fractions

* Multiplying mixed fractions

* Modeling fraction problems with a picture/diagram

These word problems are aligned with Common Core standards 4.NF and 5.NF. Since there are questions that go above and beyond multiplying a fraction by a whole number, these cards can be differentiated for fourth grade as some are designed to challenge your higher math students. I've also used these cards to review with my sixth graders and they'd be a great review for seventh graders as well.

Multiplying Fractions: Visual Models to Understand Multiplication of Fractions

Using visual fraction models is a pervasive standard in the CCLS and this explanatory teaching tool and practice worksheet will be useful in helping your students master this concept. The first page has a step by step illustration of how to use visual models to solve a problem involving multiplication of fractions. Then there are 10 problems posed, with room to draw a visual model and solve the problem. There is an answer key provided, with a thorough illustration of each problem, not just the answer to the number sentence. Though this addresses a fifth grade CCLS, I have used this with my sixth graders and can be a review with seventh graders or struggling students. This can be used:

* in a whole group minilesson

* in a math center after instruction

* as an assessment

Dividing Fractions:Visual Models to Solve Division of Fractions Problems

Use these mini-lessons and diagrams to teach your students how to solve division of fractions problems using models. The step-by-step directions will help your students to create visual models to solve dividing fractions by fractions, whole numbers by fractions, and unit fractions by whole numbers. Students will also practice writing real-world story contexts for their fraction division problems. There are directions and practice problems for each method, and an answer key provided. This packet of printables can be used:

* as mini-lessons when you're teaching division of fractions

* in centers, after teaching

* as an assessment

I have used these successfully with my sixth graders, and they can also be used with fifth grade students for their division with unit fractions work, and as review with seventh graders.

Express Yourself!: Expressions Review Aligned to CCLS

Expressions has been identified as one of the four critical areas within the new CCLS for sixth grade, so get your students ready with this comprehensive review of 6.EE.1-4! This packet can be used to review whole-class or in small group. It also lends itself perfectly to an assessment of their knowledge. The standard for each question can be found in the margin so you will see instantly where students may need further support. Students will review:

* writing and evaluating expressions involving exponents

* writing, reading, and evaluating expressions in which letters stand for

numbers, including those within formulas

* applying properties to generate equivalent expressions

* identifying equivalent expressions regardless of the value of the

variable

This product can also be used in a math center with the key providing a self-check.

Find Someone Who...Knows Expressions Game!

This engaging and cooperative printable game with expressions can be used as review prior to an assessment or as a pre-unit prior knowledge assessment. Students answer questions on each other's boards, and record their name on the squares they answer. When bingo is played, the students whose names are on the squares must give the correct answers for bingo to be awarded. The review is twofold: when they answer each others' boards and when answers are reviewed during the bingo game.

This is aligned with CCLS 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2 and 2b,c, 6.EE.3, 6.EE.4, 6.EE.6. Also aligned with 6.NS.3 and 6.NS.4

Included:

* Directions

* Game Board

* Answer Key

Find Someone Who...Knows Equations Game!

This engaging and cooperative printable game with equations can be used as review prior to an assessment or as a pre-unit prior knowledge assessment. Students answer questions on each others' boards, and record their name on the squares they answer. When bingo is played, the students whose names are on the squares must give the correct answers for bingo to be awarded. The review is twofold: when they answer each others' boards and when answers are reviewed during the bingo game.

This activity is aligned with CCSS 6.EE.5, 6.EE.7; 6.RP.3

Included:

* Directions

* Game Board

* Answer Key

Find Someone Who...Knows Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Game!

This engaging and cooperative printable game with fractions, percents, and decimals can be used as review prior to an assessment or as a pre-unit prior knowledge assessment. Students answer questions on each other's boards, and record their name on the squares they answer. When bingo is played, the students whose names are on the squares must give the correct answers for bingo to be awarded. The review is twofold: when they answer each others' boards and when answers are reviewed during the bingo game.

This is aligned with CCLS 6.RP.3, 6.RP.3c

Inequalities: Task Cards for Centers and Scoot!

Boost your students' learning with these Inequalities task cards. The problems are aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6 and 6.EE.8 and will provide practice with determining solutions of an inequality, writing and graphing inequalities, and solving one-step inequalities. Teachers can use these 24 cards:

* in centers

* in small group work

* as whole group practice, using a Smartboard or Interwrite Board

* as an assessment

* as a Scoot game

6th Grade Math Review Task Cards: Expressions, Equations, Ratios & Proportions

This End Of Year Common Core Math Review for sixth grade is a set of 28 problems in a task card format aligned to CCSS EE and RP standards. These task cards can be used:

* at an independent center, using the answer keys for a self-check

* at a teacher-led center, for focused review or instruction

* as a Scoot Game

* as a whole-group, jigsaw-style game

* as an assessment early in the year

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Please take the time to view the preview files for the individual resources prior to purchasing by clicking on the links in the description. This way, you will see clearly what you are purchasing and how you will be able to use the products.

In this bundle, you will get:

Back to School-6th Grade Common Core Math Review Task Cards

This Back to School Common Core Math Review for sixth grade is a set of 28 problems in a task card format based on what your students learned in fourth and fifth grade. Most are fun word problems based on folktales and fairy tales, with a few straightforward number problems. These task cards can be used:

* at an independent center, using the answer keys for a self-check

* at a teacher-led center, for focused review or instruction

* as a Scoot Game

* as a whole-group, jigsaw-style game

* as an assessment early in the year

Rocking' Ratios and Rates: Task Cards

Boost your students' learning with these Ratios and Rates task cards. The word problems are aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards 6.RP.1-3 and 7.RP.2-3 and will provide practice with ratios, unit rates, tape or bar diagrams, and proportions. Teachers can use these cards:

* in centers

* in small group work

* as whole group practice, using a Smartboard or Interwrite Board

* as an assessment

Tape Diagrams & Double Number Lines: Minilessons and Practice Printables

Ratios and Proportions are a critical area within the Common Core. These printable lessons and practice in understanding tape diagrams and double number lines will help reinforce your lessons in ratios and proportions, as well as prepare your students for their state tests. The word problems and diagrams are aligned with CCLS 6.RP.3 and clarify how and when to use the tape diagram and the double number line. You can use this product as:

* small group lessons to focus instruction on both models

* use on an Interwrite board as whole-group lessons

* center or station work, as the explanations for both models are

present

* a quick assessment after teaching the diagrams

Match It Up!: A Ratio and Rates Matching Game for Sixth and Seventh Grade

Reinforce those ratio and rate math lessons with this fun center activity. Students can play in a small group, individually or as teams, to match up cards with their corresponding card.

* 32 cards, for a total of 16 matches

* vary between vocabulary, knowledge of proportions, understanding of

unit rates and prices, and equivalent ratios

* Print them on heavy cardstock and then laminate for long-term use.

* Instructions for use and an answer key are provided.

* aligned to the Common Core standards for sixth grade but can also

be used in seventh grade as a review game before or during a Ratio

and Proportions Unit.

...And a 'Shoppin' We Will Go!: Unit Rates and Ratios Quiz

This three page quiz can be used to assess knowledge of unit rates and equivalent ratios. The 8 real-world word problems ask the students to:

* find unit rates

* compare ratios to see if they are equivalent

* use a tape diagram to solve a ratio problem

* use a double number line to solve a ratio problem

Multiplying Fractions, Multiplying Fun!

Use these printable math task cards at independent centers, as an Interwrite/Smartboard assessment activity, or in small groups to focus instruction on these concepts:

* Multiplying fractions with whole numbers

* Multiplying fractions with fractions

* Multiplying mixed fractions

* Modeling fraction problems with a picture/diagram

These word problems are aligned with Common Core standards 4.NF and 5.NF. Since there are questions that go above and beyond multiplying a fraction by a whole number, these cards can be differentiated for fourth grade as some are designed to challenge your higher math students. I've also used these cards to review with my sixth graders and they'd be a great review for seventh graders as well.

Multiplying Fractions: Visual Models to Understand Multiplication of Fractions

Using visual fraction models is a pervasive standard in the CCLS and this explanatory teaching tool and practice worksheet will be useful in helping your students master this concept. The first page has a step by step illustration of how to use visual models to solve a problem involving multiplication of fractions. Then there are 10 problems posed, with room to draw a visual model and solve the problem. There is an answer key provided, with a thorough illustration of each problem, not just the answer to the number sentence. Though this addresses a fifth grade CCLS, I have used this with my sixth graders and can be a review with seventh graders or struggling students. This can be used:

* in a whole group minilesson

* in a math center after instruction

* as an assessment

Dividing Fractions:Visual Models to Solve Division of Fractions Problems

Use these mini-lessons and diagrams to teach your students how to solve division of fractions problems using models. The step-by-step directions will help your students to create visual models to solve dividing fractions by fractions, whole numbers by fractions, and unit fractions by whole numbers. Students will also practice writing real-world story contexts for their fraction division problems. There are directions and practice problems for each method, and an answer key provided. This packet of printables can be used:

* as mini-lessons when you're teaching division of fractions

* in centers, after teaching

* as an assessment

I have used these successfully with my sixth graders, and they can also be used with fifth grade students for their division with unit fractions work, and as review with seventh graders.

Express Yourself!: Expressions Review Aligned to CCLS

Expressions has been identified as one of the four critical areas within the new CCLS for sixth grade, so get your students ready with this comprehensive review of 6.EE.1-4! This packet can be used to review whole-class or in small group. It also lends itself perfectly to an assessment of their knowledge. The standard for each question can be found in the margin so you will see instantly where students may need further support. Students will review:

* writing and evaluating expressions involving exponents

* writing, reading, and evaluating expressions in which letters stand for

numbers, including those within formulas

* applying properties to generate equivalent expressions

* identifying equivalent expressions regardless of the value of the

variable

This product can also be used in a math center with the key providing a self-check.

Find Someone Who...Knows Expressions Game!

This engaging and cooperative printable game with expressions can be used as review prior to an assessment or as a pre-unit prior knowledge assessment. Students answer questions on each other's boards, and record their name on the squares they answer. When bingo is played, the students whose names are on the squares must give the correct answers for bingo to be awarded. The review is twofold: when they answer each others' boards and when answers are reviewed during the bingo game.

This is aligned with CCLS 6.EE.1, 6.EE.2 and 2b,c, 6.EE.3, 6.EE.4, 6.EE.6. Also aligned with 6.NS.3 and 6.NS.4

Included:

* Directions

* Game Board

* Answer Key

Find Someone Who...Knows Equations Game!

This engaging and cooperative printable game with equations can be used as review prior to an assessment or as a pre-unit prior knowledge assessment. Students answer questions on each others' boards, and record their name on the squares they answer. When bingo is played, the students whose names are on the squares must give the correct answers for bingo to be awarded. The review is twofold: when they answer each others' boards and when answers are reviewed during the bingo game.

This activity is aligned with CCSS 6.EE.5, 6.EE.7; 6.RP.3

Included:

* Directions

* Game Board

* Answer Key

Find Someone Who...Knows Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Game!

This engaging and cooperative printable game with fractions, percents, and decimals can be used as review prior to an assessment or as a pre-unit prior knowledge assessment. Students answer questions on each other's boards, and record their name on the squares they answer. When bingo is played, the students whose names are on the squares must give the correct answers for bingo to be awarded. The review is twofold: when they answer each others' boards and when answers are reviewed during the bingo game.

This is aligned with CCLS 6.RP.3, 6.RP.3c

Inequalities: Task Cards for Centers and Scoot!

Boost your students' learning with these Inequalities task cards. The problems are aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6 and 6.EE.8 and will provide practice with determining solutions of an inequality, writing and graphing inequalities, and solving one-step inequalities. Teachers can use these 24 cards:

* in centers

* in small group work

* as whole group practice, using a Smartboard or Interwrite Board

* as an assessment

* as a Scoot game

6th Grade Math Review Task Cards: Expressions, Equations, Ratios & Proportions

This End Of Year Common Core Math Review for sixth grade is a set of 28 problems in a task card format aligned to CCSS EE and RP standards. These task cards can be used:

* at an independent center, using the answer keys for a self-check

* at a teacher-led center, for focused review or instruction

* as a Scoot Game

* as a whole-group, jigsaw-style game

* as an assessment early in the year

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