Grade 6 Common Core Mathematics
Summer Solutions Common Core Math Grade 6 is for students who have completed 6th Grade.
The Common Core State Standards require children leaving 6th Grade to calculate ratio and unit rate; divide fractions by fractions; perform all operations with multi-digit decimals; use positive and negative numbers in real-world contexts; work with ordered pairs in all four quadrants of a coordinate plane; interpret inequalities; write and evaluate expressions with whole number exponents; find the area of polygons; represent three-dimensional figures with nets; and summarize numerical data sets in a variety of ways.
30 lessons of mixed review over a 10-week period provide ongoing practice that ensures retention of these important math skills and concepts, which are addressed in 6th Grade. By completing just one lesson three days per week, students enter 7th Grade ready to learn new material right away.