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Math for Sixth Grade

Math items for sixth grade. Includes math games, printables, resources, math centers, math lessons and anything to make math fun and interesting for sixth grade. Enjoy! Contributors - Please pin at least 1 FREE idea or resource for every paid item. (At this time, we are not adding new collaborators to this board.)

Math for Sixth Grade

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This products will give your students extra practice in identifying Distributive or Associative or Commutative Property. There are 24 task cards, student sheets, and an answer key.

This product has two sets of 24 task cards to provide practice in finding the percent of each number and rounding the answer to the nearest tenth. The cards provide lots of practice and differentiation for the variety of levels in your class. Student Worksheets and Answer Keys Included Aligned with CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.RP.A.3.C

This product has 2 sets of 40 task cards to provide practice solving for an unknown using multiplication and division. The cards have a colorful nautical theme to make them engaging. Student Worksheets and Answer Keys Included Aligned with CCSS.Math.Content.6 EE.A.2

Math Task Cards for Grades 5-6 combine word problem skills with place value to the hundredths. Your students are engaged as they solve the mystery of the number using the clues provided. The clues include prime numbers, using fractions and determining the percent of a number, as well as multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction.

If you're looking for a challenge for your students, this is the product for you. These 24 task cards ask your students to find the missing number in each problem. They have to remember to use the correct order as they work through to find the missing number.

Algebra Top-it math game for upper elementary or middle school math class! Students practice substitution in a fun and creative math game. Great for use in small groups, partners, or as a math center.

10 Classroom Routines that get kids talking (and writing) about math strategies | The Cornerstone...Most kids find it challenging to explain how they solve math problems and to put what they know about math into words. These ten simple classroom routines can help make math talk a regular part of your day:

These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about math and fractions. Folding Directions (with pictures) and playing directions are Included. All these Cootie Catchers sell individually for $6.7; as a bundle they are 25% off, for $4.95!

This product has 120 Task Cards to provide practice solving for an unknown in each of the four operations. There are 30 cards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The cards have an Ancient Egyptian theme to make them engaging. I broke down the student worksheets so you can target an area of concentration more easily. Student Worksheets and Answer Keys Included CCSS.Math.Content.6 EE.A.2

Mean Wars is a fun way to reinforce averages. Requiring players to find the mean, median, mode and range of a series of cards handed out, students will want to find the averages to score the highest points.

"What are the Chances?" - A probability lesson for middle school math! This is a probability lesson where students design and test their own probability experiment. The lesson requires students to understand and calculate theoretical and experimental probabilities. Includes student record sheets and a teacher example to use as a model for students.

Math challenge of the week for 6th grade math. A new challenge is posted every Monday and students have until the end of the day Thursday to try it. This is for middle school math, but the idea is applicable to any content area or grade level!

FREE Multiplying Decimals Quiz or Review and Answer Key - Teaching With a Mountain View - TeachersPayTeache...

This is a set of 40 task cards for multiplying decimals. Answer key and student response sheet are included. Problems range from basic to advanced, including single step and multi step problems, allowing you to differentiate and accommodate multiple ability levels.

A fun way to get kids interested in math! Check out this lesson from the book Eat Your Math Homework! A fun lesson that combined shapes, angles, fractions & more.

Adding and Subtracting Integers in a fun and meaningful way!!Student follow a problem trail around the room and correctly solve problems with positive and negative numbers. If they get the aniswer correct, they stay on the trail. Get a wrong answer and you will have to back track!!Students complete word problems, models, and solve expressionsThis activity gets kids up and moving!

Adding Decimals Bump Games contains 10 different games to help students practice adding decimals to tenths, hundredths, and thousandths. As students work through the games, each one ramps up in difficulty. This means that you can have all of your students working at their appropriate level when using this set! Plus, these bump games are so simple to use, and take a minimal amount of prep. Simply print out the game sheet, get 2 dice and 20 counters, and you'll be ready to go!

Get this and 11 other fraction bumps games as an exclusive FREEBIE when you subscribe to the mailing list at These 12 Fraction Bump Games include differentiated practice for fraction models, fractions on a number line, equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, and simplifying fractions.

There are 216 Differentiated Decimal Task Cards in this Decimal Task Card Bundle. With 3 different levels, you can differentiate by student or by class.

Word Problem of the Day for April - 30 word problems, one for each day of the month. Each problem is based on a historical connection to the date. Cross-curricular with practice of many math skills. Fun for grades 4-6.

Comparing Fractions 'Clip and Flip' cards contains 24 self-correcting cards to help students practice comparing fractions. These comparing fractions 'Clip and Flip' cards are so simple to use! Students use clothespins or paper clips to clip all of the answers that they believe are correct on the card. Then, they flip over the card to check their answers.