
6Year 6

Addition

6.2


Number Properties

6.2


Multiplication

6.4Multiply Fractions by Whole NumbersTaught by

6.5Multiply Fractions by Whole NumbersTaught by


Fractions

6.4Multiply Fractions by Whole NumbersTaught by

6.5Multiply Fractions by Whole NumbersTaught by

6.6Patterns of Equivalent FractionsTaught by


Number Patterns

6.6Patterns of Equivalent FractionsTaught by

6.7Increasing Growth PatternsTaught by

6.8Geometric Growth PatternsTaught by

6.9

6.10Numeric PatternsTaught by


Counting

6.9


Algebra

6.11Function TablesTaught by

6.16Graph a Line from an EquationTaught by


Graphing

6.13Convert Graphs to Input/Output TablesTaught by

6.15Graph a Line from a Function TableTaught by

6.16Graph a Line from an EquationTaught by

6.38Coordinate Graphs ReviewTaught by

6.39

6.40

6.41Coordinate Graphs as MapsTaught by

6.42Relative CoordinatesTaught by

6.44Create Line GraphsTaught by

6.46Interpret Line PlotsTaught by

6.48Create Line PlotsTaught by

6.49Create Line Plots IITaught by

6.50Create Bar Graphs Using TablesTaught by

6.51Create Bar GraphsTaught by

6.52Create PictographsTaught by

6.53Create HistogramsTaught by

6.55Interpret Bar GraphsTaught by

6.57Interpret HistogramsTaught by

6.58Create Frequency TablesTaught by

6.60Circle Graphs with FractionsTaught by


Time

6.17Convert Time UnitsTaught by

6.18Find the Change in Time ITaught by

6.19Change in Time ReviewTaught by


Measurement

6.20Which Metric Unit Is Appropriate?Taught by

6.21Compare and Convert Metric UnitsTaught by

6.22Convert Mixed Metric UnitsTaught by


Geometry

6.23Area of Squares and RectanglesTaught by

6.25Volume of Cubes and Rectangular PrismsTaught by

6.26Which Shape Is Described?Taught by

6.28Which 2 Dimensional Shape Is Described?Taught by

6.31Classify Quadrilateral ShapesTaught by

6.34

6.37Front, Side, and Top ViewTaught by


Stats

6.57Interpret HistogramsTaught by

6.63Making PredictionsTaught by

6.65Combination and Permutation NotationTaught by

Students are entering a new section of math that consists of algebra, geometry, decimals, and more complicated division problems. When there is not a parent or teacher around, students have access to ondemand videos for their sixthgrade mathematical lessons. Our video tutorials are taught by math teachers who go through the problem solving process.
 The key to learning math is repetition, and our math teachers go through multiple examples.
 Math teachers show students stepbystep directions on how to solve these more complex problems.
 Students learn money, ratios, decimals, graphing, and other concepts from the 6th grade curriculum.