**Sixth Grade Math Skils**

**Sixth Grade Math Skils **

- Solves equations in one variable using addition and subtraction
- Models simple addition and subtraction problems using integers on a number line
- Recognizes and continues a number pattern and/or geometric representation (e.g., triangular numbers)
- States a rule to explain a number pattern
- Uses whole numbers to complete a function table based on a given rule
- Creates and solves proportional equations using one variable
- Reads and constructs line, bar, and pictographs
- Reads and interprets circle graphs using percents
- Constructs and explains a frequency table
- Uses probability to predict the outcome of a single event and expresses the result as a fraction or decimal
- Estimates and compares data to include mean, median, and mode
- Solves problems involving combinations
- Measures length to the nearest one-sixteenth inch
- Identifies appropriate units for measuring length, weight, volume, and temperature in the standard (English and metric) systems
- Uses appropriate mathematical tools for determining length, weight, volume, and temperature in the standard (English and metric) systems
- Uses estimation to solve problems in the standard (English and metric) systems
- Converts units within a measurement system
- Locates points in all four quadrants of the coordinate plane
- Draws points, lines (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting), line segments, and rays
- Identifies, classifies, and measures right, acute, obtuse, and straight angles
- Creates tessellations with polygons
- Explores the relationships of three-dimensional figures, including vertices, faces, and edges using manipulative materials
- Describes, compares, constructs, classifies, and identifies flips, slides, and, turns (reflections, translations, and rotations)
- Calculates the area of parallelograms (squares and rectangles) without using calculators
- Finds the circumference of a circle with and without the use of manipulative materials
- Determines the area of a circle with and without the use of a calculator
- Finds the volume of cubes and rectangular prisms with and without the use of calculators
- Reads, writes, and rounds twelve-digit whole numbers
- Compares and orders whole numbers using <, >, and =
- Writes twelve-digit whole numbers using expanded notation
- Reads, writes, and rounds decimal numbers to the nearest ten-thousandth
- Compares and orders decimal numbers using <, >, and =
- Writes decimal numbers through the nearest ten-thousandth using expanded notation
- Uses estimation to determine accuracy of solutions
- Multiplies a three-digit decimal number by a two-digit decimal number
- Divides a five-digit decimal number by a two-digit decimal number
- Rounds decimal quotients to the nearest whole number, tenths, and hundredth
- Estimates and solves one and two-step problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of decimals, with and without calculators
- Uses the rules of divisibility to determine factors and multiples of a given number
- Explores the relationships among integers
- Models and writes the prime factorization of a number using exponential notation
- Distinguishes between prime and composite numbers with and without the use of calculators
- Uses the greatest common factor (GCF) to simplify fractions
- Uses the least common multiple (LCM) to find common denominators
- Converts among fractions, decimals, and percents
- Finds the percent of a number
- Estimates and calculates sale price and/or original price using discount rates
- Compares and orders fractions as well as mixed numerals
- Determines equivalent forms of fractions
- Uses a variety of techniques to express a fraction in simplest form
- Locates fractions, decimals, and mixed numerals on a number line
- Adds and subtracts mixed numerals with and without regrouping, expressing the answer in simplest form using like and unlike denominators
- Multiplies and divides proper fractions as well as mixed numerals expressing the answer in simplest form
- Estimates, solves, and compares solutions to one and two-step problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of proper fractions and mixed numerals
- Demonstrates different ways to express ratios

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