# 6th Grade Math Lesson Plans

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The lesson plans below provide a detailed list of the sixth grade math curriculum, with brief activity descriptions and learning activity (LA) numbers. Additional resources related to sixth grade math are also provided, below.

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### Math Lesson Plan – 6th Grade Curriculum

Total Activities: 496

#### Lesson 1: Roman Numerals – 2 Activities

Students will use roman numerals to solve problems.

#### Lesson 2: Generate Equivalent Forms of Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will find equivalent forms for whole numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will compare and order whole numbers up to one trillion.

#### Lesson 4: Rounding Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will round whole numbers up to one trillion.

#### Lesson 5: Estimating Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will estimate whole numbers when solving problems.

#### Lesson 6: Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract whole numbers up to one trillion.

#### Lesson 7: Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will multiply and divide whole numbers up to four digits.

#### Lesson 8: Dividing Whole Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will divide whole numbers with the dividend being no larger than five digits and the divisor being no more than three digits.

#### Lesson 9: Problem Solving Strategies – 2 Activities

Students will apply strategies in order to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Exponents and Square Roots – 8 Activities

Students will evaluate expressions using exponents and square roots.

#### Lesson 2: Order of Operations (GEMDAS) – 2 Activities

Students will apply the order of operations in order to solve problems.

#### Lesson 3: Variables and Expressions – 4 Activities

Students will use variables in order to simplify expressions.

#### Lesson 4: Properties of Addition and Multiplication – 4 Activities

Students will apply properties of addition and multiplication when solving problems.

#### Lesson 5: Patterns and Sequences – 4 Activities

Students will identify patterns, arithmetic and geometric sequences.

#### Lesson 6: One-Step Equations with Whole Numbers – 4 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations using only whole numbers.

#### Lesson 7: Perimeter – 2 Activities

Students will find the perimeter of given shapes.

#### Lesson 8: Area – 2 Activities

Students will identify the area of a given shape.

#### Lesson 9: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will use choose the method for computation and use models and concrete objects to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Generate Equivalent Forms of Decimals – 4 Activities

Students will identify decimal place value and write the number in standard, written and expanded form.

#### Lesson 2: Comparing and Ordering Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will compare and order decimals including using a number line.

#### Lesson 3: Estimating and Rounding Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will round and estimate decimals in performing all four operations.

#### Lesson 4: Adding and Subtracting Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract decimals using money.

#### Lesson 5: Multiplying Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will multiply and round decimals.

#### Lesson 6: Dividing Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will divide by whole numbers and decimals.

#### Lesson 7: Scientific Notation – 2 Activities

Students will compare rational numbers using scientific notation.

#### Lesson 8: Authors Purpose – 3 Activities

Identify and use knowledge of the author’s purpose by analyzing how the literary technique of mood contributes to the comprehension of a literary or expository text.

#### Lesson 9: One-Step Equations with Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations with decimals using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

#### Lesson 10: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will use the guess and check and reasonableness strategies in order to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Introduction to Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will demonstrate knowledge of comprehension skills on grade level appropriate literary and expository passages, with questions that simulate a high-stakes assessment.

#### Lesson 2: Lowest Common Multiple – 2 Activities

Students will find the lowest common multiple of more than two numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Least Common Denominator – 2 Activities

Students will find the least common denominator for two or more fractions.

#### Lesson 4: Divisibility Patterns – 2 Activities

Students will divisibility rules for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10 for sets of numbers.

#### Lesson 5: Introduction to Prime and Composite Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems using prime factorization.

#### Lesson 6: Factors and GCF – 2 Activities

Students will find the factors of whole numbers by listing factors and using prime factorization.

#### Lesson 7: Simplify Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will simplify fractions with prime factorization and greatest common factor. Students will also show division remainders as simplified fractions.

#### Lesson 8: Equivalent Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will find equivalent fractions by finding the missing variable and applying concepts used to find equivalent fractions for improper fractions and mixed numbers.

#### Lesson 9: Fractions and Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will find equivalent forms for decimals and fraction including repeating decimals.

#### Lesson 10: Comparing and Ordering Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will compare and order fractions including using a number line.

#### Lesson 11: Estimating and Rounding Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will round fractions to the nearest half number and estimate sums, differences, products and quotients.

#### Lesson 12: Add and Subtract Fractions, Like Denominators – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract fractions with like denominators.

#### Lesson 13: Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators – 2 Activities

Students will add fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 14: Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators – 2 Activities

Students will subtract fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 15: Multiplying Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will multiply fractions and mixed numbers.

#### Lesson 16: Dividing Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will divide fractions and mixed numbers.

#### Lesson 17: One-Step Equations with Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will solve one-step equations using fractions and all four operations.

#### Lesson 1: Integers in the Real World – 2 Activities

Students will use integers to describe real-life situations and show them on a number line.

#### Lesson 2: Comparing and Ordering Integers – 2 Activities

Students will compare integers and rational numbers.

#### Lesson 3: Adding and Subtracting Integers – 4 Activities

Students will add and subtract using integers.

#### Lesson 4: Multiplying and Dividing Integers – 2 Activities

Students will multiply and divide using integers.

#### Lesson 5: One-Step Equations – 2 Activities

Students will solve one step equations with integers including fractions and decimals.

#### Lesson 6: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will use deductive or inductive reasoning, process of elimination or work backwards to solve real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Introduction to Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will select appropriate representation and present data while justifying their choice.

#### Lesson 2: Frequency Tables and Line Plots – 2 Activities

Students will use frequency tables and identify appropriate intervals.

#### Lesson 3: Pictographs and Venn Diagrams – 2 Activities

Students will use Venn Diagrams, stem-and-leaf plots and line plots.

#### Lesson 4: Bar Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will use bar graphs and histograms to answer questions.

#### Lesson 5: Line Graphs and Line Plots – 2 Activities

Students will read and interpret line graphs, double line graphs and line plots.Students will use bar graphs and histograms to answer questions.

#### Lesson 6: Double Bar Graphs and Double Line Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will create double bar and line graphs.

#### Lesson 7: Coordinate Graphing (Quad. I) – 2 Activities

Students will locate and plot points on a coordinate graph using ordered pairs.

#### Lesson 8: Measures of Central Tendency – 4 Activities

Students will identify outliers, range, mean, median and mode.

#### Lesson 9: Misleading Graphs and Statistics – 2 Activities

Students will work with fair surveys.

#### Lesson 10: Stem and Leaf Plots – 2 Activities

Students will read and interpret stem and leaf plots.

#### Lesson 11: Box and Whisker Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will read, interpret and create box and whisker graphs.

#### Lesson 12: Problem Solving – 4 Activities

Students will make a table, an organized list, draw a picture or use logic to solve problems.

#### Lesson 1: Metric System – 6 Activities

Students will identify the property tool and perform conversions using the metric system.

#### Lesson 2: Customary System – 6 Activities

Students will use correct tools and perform conversions using the customary system of measurement.

#### Lesson 3: Measurement – 2 Activities

Students will find the approximate measurement to the nearest unit and use reasonableness to determine the best unit for measurement.

#### Lesson 4: Time and Temperature – 2 Activities

Students will estimate and find measures of time and elapsed time as well as customary and metric temperature.

#### Lesson 5: Area and Perimeter – 2 Activities

Students will find area and perimeter of quadrilaterals.

#### Lesson 6: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will communicate the process for solving problems, describe the steps and solve a simpler problem in real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Ratios and Proportions – 4 Activities

Students will solve proportions and ratios as decimals and percents.

#### Lesson 2: Solving Proportions and Unit Rates – 2 Activities

Students will set up proportions and solve unit rates and problems using geometric pictures.

#### Lesson 3: Rate – 4 Activities

Students will solve problems with rates and simple interest.

#### Lesson 4: Scale and Indirect Measurement – 4 Activities

Students will use grids to make scale drawings and use maps to find actual distance.

#### Lesson 5: Percents – 4 Activities

Students will show equivalent forms of percents in fractions and decimals and solve problems that are greater than 100%.

#### Lesson 6: Circle Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will read and interpret circle graphs and identify appropriate graphs given percent values.

#### Lesson 7: Solving Percent Problems – 2 Activities

Students will find the percent of a number, the whole or the percent.

#### Lesson 8: Percent and Real-Life – 2 Activities

Students will find price using sales tax and discounts.

#### Lesson 9: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will make predictions from data and solve multi-step problems.

#### Lesson 1: Basic Geometry Definitions – 2 Activities

Students will identify points, rays, lines, line segments and planes.

#### Lesson 2: Angles – 10 Activities

Students will measure and classify angles, solve problems involving unknown angles, find the sum of angles in polygons and identify special angles.

#### Lesson 3: Classify Lines – 2 Activities

Students will classify lines as parallel, perpendicular or skew.

#### Lesson 4: Classify Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will identify similar triangles with proportions and classify by side or angle.

#### Lesson 5: Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will find the missing measures using the Pythagorean Theorem.

#### Lesson 6: Classify Polygons – 2 Activities

Students will identify name of shape by sides.

#### Lesson 7: 3-Dimensional Figures – 4 Activities

Students will identify characteristics of three-dimensional figures using faces, edges and vertices and identify different views.

#### Lesson 8: Classify Quadrilaterals – 2 Activities

Students will classify quadrilaterals and find cross sections.

#### Lesson 9: Geometric Patterns – 2 Activities

Students will find the missing term in a geometric pattern and use tessellations.

#### Lesson 10: Similar, Congruent Figures, Lines of Symmetry – 4 Activities

Students will apply concepts of congruency, similarity and symmetry.

#### Lesson 11: Transformations – 2 Activities

Students will identify translations, rotations and reflections on a coordinate grid.

#### Lesson 12: Area – 4 Activities

Students will estimate and find area of regular and irregular figures. Students will also compare diameter and radius.

#### Lesson 13: Circumference – 2 Activities

Students will find area and circumference of a circle.

#### Lesson 14: Proportional Change – 2 Activities

Students will find missing sides with similar triangles.

#### Lesson 15: Surface Area – 4 Activities

Students will find the surface area.

#### Lesson 16: Volume – 2 Activities

Students will find volume of prisms, cubes and cylinders.

#### Lesson 17: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will use a formula to solve a problem and relate math ideas to other content areas in real-life problems.

#### Lesson 1: Functions – 4 Activities

Students will identify function relationships and solve and interpret on graphs.

#### Lesson 2: Coordinate Graphing – 4 Activities

Students will find the distance between two points and plot points on 4 quadrants.

#### Lesson 3: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will draw conclusions from data and justify why an answer is reasonable.

#### Lesson 4: Introduction to Probability – 4 Activities

Students will determine possible outcomes and represent probability with ratios.

#### Lesson 5: Experimental and Theoretical Probability – 2 Activities

Students will find the probability of an event.

#### Lesson 6: Compound Events- 2 Activities

Students will compare events, compliments and list outcomes using theoretical probability.

#### Lesson 7: Dependent and Independent Events – 2 Activities

Students will identify different between dependent and independent events.

#### Lesson 8: Combinations and Permutations – 2 Activities

Students will find combinations and permutations.

#### Lesson 9: Problem Solving – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems by writing and equation and simplifying algebraic expressions.

#### Lesson 1: Read and Write Numbers – 3 Activities

Students will use numeric digits and words to read and write numbers including the trillions. Students will use the signs <, > and = to order and compare numbers including the trillions.

#### Lesson 2: Round Numbers – 2 Activities

Students round to the nearest thousand, nearest ten thousand, nearest hundred thousand and nearest million. Students develop number sense, identify different ways of representing numbers, and visualize and represent numerical relationships.

#### Lesson 3: Divisibility Rules – 1 Activity

Students will apply the divisibility rules of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10 to various numbers. (Divisibility, divide, division, number sense)

#### Lesson 4: Greatest Common Factor – 2 Activities

Students will find the greatest common factor among 2 or more numbers. (Numeration, factor, GCF, greatest common factor, multiple)

#### Lesson 5: Powers of 10 – 2 Activities

Students will identify powers of 10 through the 6th power.

#### Lesson 6: Scientific Notation – 2 Activities

Students will write numbers in scientific notation and convert scientific notation to standard form. (Scientific notation, powers of ten, exponent, base, decimal)

#### Lesson 7: Compare Scientific Notation – 1 Activity

Students will use the signs <, > and = to compare rational numbers in scientific notation. (Scientific notation, powers of ten, exponent, base, decimal, greater than, less than, equal, compare)

#### Lesson 8: Number Line – 3 Activities

Students will identify and represent integers and rational numbers on a number line. (Number lines, integers, rational numbers, intervals, converting fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, terminating decimals, repeating decimals)

#### Lesson 9: Inequality Symbols – 3 Activities

Students will use the symbols <, > and = to compare integers. (Comparing integers, inequalities, less than, greater than, number lines)

#### Lesson 10: Absolute Value – 1 Activity

Students will define absolute value and its opposite. (absolute value, opposites, integers, distance)

#### Lesson 11: Skills & Strategies – 2 Activities

Students will analyze and solve problems using number-sense skills and strategies. Students will develop number sense, identify different ways of representing numbers, and visualize and represent numerical relationships.

#### Lesson 12: Everyday Math – 2 Activities

Students will identify mathematical concepts and apply them to everyday experiences. Students will develop number sense, identify different ways of representing numbers, and visualize and represent numerical relationships.

#### Lesson 13: Properties – 2 Activities

Students will describe and apply the commutative, associative, and distributive properties. (Algebra, properties, Commutative, Associative, Distributive)

#### Lesson 14: Exponential Expressions – 3 Activities

Students will evaluate exponential expressions and explore relationships of exponents and roots. (Exponent, base, power, index, square, root, square number, cubed number)

#### Lesson 15: Order of Operations – 2 Activities

Students will apply the order of operations including exponents and roots. (Orders of operations, PEMDAS, add, subtract, multiply, divide)

#### Lesson 16: Add and Subtract Numbers – 1 Activity

Students will add and subtract using five-digit numbers including subtracting across zeros. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problem-solving situations.

#### Lesson 17: Estimate Sums and Differences – 1 Activity

Students will estimate sums and differences. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problem-solving situations.

#### Lesson 18: Whole Numbers (x and ÷) – 2 Activities

Students will multiply and divide whole numbers. (Multiply, divide, remainder, factor, product, quotient, divisor, dividend, multiplication, division)

#### Lesson 19: Estimate Products and Quotients – 3 Activities

Students will estimate products and quotients using a variety of estimating techniques including front-end, compatible numbers and rounding. (Compatible numbers, front-end estimation, rounding, products, quotients, divide, multiplication, division)

#### Lesson 20: Mental Math – 2 Activities

Students will demonstrate mental computation strategies for multiplication and division by powers of 10. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problem-solving situations.

#### Lesson 21: Division and Decimal Remainders – 2 Activities

Students will solve division problems by writing the remainders as a decimal. (Divide, division, decimal remainders, quotients, divisor, dividend)

#### Lesson 22: Use a Calculator – 2 Activities

Students will use a calculator to add, subtract, multiply and divide up to five-digit numbers. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problem-solving situations.

#### Lesson 23: Strategies to Add and Subtract – 4 Activities

Students use a variety of problem-solving strategies to analyze and solve problems involving addition and subtraction. Students will use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers in problem-solving situations.

#### Lesson 24: Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers – 2 Activities

Students will convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions and add and subtract mixed numbers and fractions having like and unlike denominators with regrouping. (Fractions, add, subtract, mixed numbers, improper fractions, denominators, numerators)

#### Lesson 25: Fraction Inequalities – 2 Activities

Students will use the signs <, > and =, compare mixed numbers and fractions having like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 26: Add and Subtract Fractions – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract mixed numbers and fractions having like and unlike denominators.

#### Lesson 27: Multiply Mixed Numbers – 3 Activities

Students will multiply mixed numbers by whole numbers and fractions. (Fractions, multiply, denominator, numerator, mixed numbers, improper fractions)

#### Lesson 28: Divide Fractions – 6 Activities

Students will divide whole numbers by fractions, fractions by fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers and fractions. (Fractions, divide, denominator, numerator, mixed numbers, improper fractions)

#### Lesson 29: Read and Write Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will read, write and order decimals to the nearest hundred thousandth.

#### Lesson 30: Decimals in Expanded Form – 2 Activities

Students will write decimals up to the hundred thousandths in expanded form. Students will demonstrate understanding of the mathematical concepts of fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages.

#### Lesson 31: Calculating Decimals – 5 Activities

Students will round decimals to the nearest hundredth, to the nearest thousandth and to the nearest ten thousandth, estimate decimal sums and differences through the nearest hundred thousandth and add and subtract decimals through the hundred thousandths.

#### Lesson 32: Multiply Decimals – 2 Activities

Students will multiply decimals and round decimals to the nearest hundredth, thousandth and ten thousandth. (Multiplying decimals, partial products, rounding decimals, estimation, place value)

#### Lesson 33: Divide Decimals – 5 Activities

Students will divide decimals by whole numbers and decimals by other decimals. (Dividing decimals, remainders, compatible numbers, powers of ten)

#### Lesson 34: Fractions and Decimals – 3 Activities

Students will convert between fractions and decimals. (Converting fractions, place value, reducing fractions, numerator, denominator, decimal equivalence)

#### Lesson 35: Repeating Decimals – 1 Activity

Students will define and identify terminating and repeating decimals. (terminating decimals, quotient, repeating decimals)

#### Lesson 36: Convert between Numbers – 3 Activities

Students will convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

#### Lesson 37: Calculate the Percent – 3 Activities

Students will calculate the percent of a number. (What is 25% of 100?)

#### Lesson 38: Use Percent to Find a Number – 2 Activities

Students will find an unknown number when a percentage of the number is known.

#### Lesson 39: Percents Greater than 100 – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems involving percentages greater than 100. (match with diagrams)

#### Lesson 40: Percent Increase and Decrease – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems involving percent increase and decrease such as sales tax and discounts.

#### Lesson 41: Simple Interest – 1 Activity

Students will solve problems using simple interest.

#### Lesson 42: Compare Variables and Ratios – 1 Activity

Students will compare two values or variables as ratios, using appropriate notations such as a/b, a to b and a:b.

#### Lesson 43: Proportions – 2 Activities

Students will solve proportions including problems involving proportions with one unknown through cross products.

#### Lesson 44: Rates – 1 Activity

Students will solve problems involving rates.

#### Lesson 45: Skills and Strategies – 2 Activities

Students will analyze and solve word problems using fraction, decimal, ratio and percentage skills and strategies.

#### Lesson 46: Identify Pattern Rules – 2 Activities

Students will identify and apply pattern rules using diagrams, charts, lists and tables. Students will identify and extend figurate number patterns. (triangular, square, etc.)

#### Lesson 47: Function Rules – 3 Activities

Students will express function rules using algebraic symbols. (e.g. add 2 expressed as n + 2)

#### Lesson 48: Function Tables – 2 Activities

Students will identify functional relationships and complete function tables. Students will identify algebraically the rule used to generate a group of ordered pairs.

#### Lesson 49: Using Patterns and Functions – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems and model real-world situations using patterns and functions.

#### Lesson 50: Add and Subtract Integers – 2 Activities

Students will add and subtract integers and define the Additive Inverse, Identity Element of Addition and the Equality Property.

#### Lesson 51: Multiply and Divide Integer – 1 Activity

Students will multiply and divide integers and define the multiplicative inverse, zero property, identity element of multiplication and the equality property.

#### Lesson 52: Integers Everyday – 2 Activities

Students use integers in real-life situations.

#### Lesson 53: Simplify Expressions – 4 Activities

Students will simplify algebraic expressions.

#### Lesson 54: Simplify Expressions – 4 Activities

Students will simplify algebraic expressions.

#### Lesson 55: Solve One-Step Equations – 1 Activity

Students will solve one-step algebraic equations with a variable and express the solution on a number line.

#### Lesson 56: Solve Two-Step Equations – 3 Activities

Students will solve two-step algebraic equations with a variable and express the solution on a number line.

#### Lesson 57: Simple Linear Word Problems – 2 Activities

Students will write and solve simple linear equations for word problems and explain reasoning orally or in writing.

#### Lesson 58: Inequalities – 2 Activities

Students will solve algebraic inequalities with a variable. Students will graph the solution set of an algebraic inequality on a number line.

#### Lesson 59: Points-Segments-Rays-Lines – 4 Activities

Students will identify and draw points, line segments, angles, rays, planes, parts of a circle and horizontal, vertical, perpendicular, parallel and intersecting lines.

#### Lesson 60: Geometric Shapes – 5 Activities

Students will classify, describe and compare two-dimensional geometric figures. Students will define and identify attributes of three-dimensional figures.

#### Lesson 61: Construct Parallelograms – 2 Activities

Students will use a ruler and compass to construct parallelograms.

#### Lesson 62: Circles – 1 Activity

Students will investigate and determine the relationship between the diameter and circumference of a circle and the value of pi.

#### Lesson 63: Angle Measures – 4 Activities

Students will use a protractor to measure and classify acute, right, obtuse and straight angles.

#### Lesson 64: Bisectors – 5 Activities

Students will define and identify altitudes, midpoints, diagonals, angle bisectors and perpendicular bisectors.

#### Lesson 65: Angle Relationships – 1 Activity

Students will define and identify adjacent, vertical, interior, exterior, complementary and supplementary angles. Students will define and identify alternate interior, alternate exterior, corresponding and vertical angles.

#### Lesson 66: Construct Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will use a compass and straightedge to construct equilateral, right and isosceles triangles.

#### Lesson 67: Properties of Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will find the measure of the third angle of triangles when given the measure of two angles.

#### Lesson 68: Similar Triangles – 2 Activities

Students will use proportions to find the length of a missing side when given the length of two sides of similar triangles.

#### Lesson 69: Plotting Points – 2 Activities

Students will plot points on a four quadrant coordinate plane by determining and using ordered pairs of positive and negative whole numbers.

#### Lesson 70: Transformations – 1 Activity

Students will locate, give the coordinates of and graph plane figures which are the results of translations or reflections in the first quadrant.

#### Lesson 71: Symmetry – 1 Activity

Students will explore line and rotational symmetry of objects using transformations.

#### Lesson 72: Cross Sections – 1 Activity

Students will identify and classify cross sections of three-dimensional figures.

#### Lesson 73: Geometric Models – 1 Activity

Students will use geometric models to solve problems using two-dimensional attributes of three-dimensional figures.

#### Lesson 74: Distances on Maps – 2 Activities

Students will use proportional reasoning to determine distances on a map.

#### Lesson 75: Geometry Everyday – 1 Activity

Students will identify and use geometric concepts in areas other than mathematics such as science, architecture, art and everyday life.

#### Lesson 76: Units of Time – 3 Activities

Students will identify varied units of time including seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries and millenniums. Students will relate time by using fractions of an hour or a year.

#### Lesson 77: Elapsed Time – 3 Activities

Students will use schedules, calendars and elapsed time to solve real-world problems. Students will interpret and create time schedules. Students will solve problems involving time zones.

#### Lesson 78: Rates – 2 Activities

Students solve problems involving rates, average speed, distance and time.

#### Lesson 79: Estimate Measurements – 2 Activities

Students will estimate the length, weight/mass and capacity/volume of an object and compare the estimate with an actual measurement.

#### Lesson 80: Indirect Customary Measurement – 1 Activity

Students will determine lengths, weights and capacities using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement.

#### Lesson 81: Converting Metric Units – 2 Activities

Students will choose the proper tool/unit for measurement and convert between units in the metric system.

#### Lesson 82: Indirect Metric Measurement – 1 Activity

Students will determine length, mass and capacity using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement.

#### Lesson 83: Add and Subtract Common Units – 2 Activities

Students will use common units of measurement when solving problems involving addition and subtraction of different units.

#### Lesson 84: Problems Involving Measurement – 2 Activities

Students will select and use appropriate units, tools and formulas to solve problems involving length, area, time, temperature, capacity and weight.

#### Lesson 85: Comparing Units – 1 Activity

Students will make comparisons with measurements in metric and customary units. Students determine the best unit for measurement.

#### Lesson 86: Converting Between Systems – 1 Activity

Students will convert units from one system to another.

#### Lesson 87: Indirect Measurement – 2 Activities

Students will determine missing units using proportional reasoning and indirect measurement.

#### Lesson 88: Relate Scale to Ratio – 2 Activities

Students will make scale drawings using centimeter grids to relate scale to ratio.

#### Lesson 89: Perimeter and Area Formulas – 3 Activities

Students will use formulas to calculate the perimeter and area of triangles and parallelograms. (breaking polygons into components)

#### Lesson 90: Triangle Area and Perimeter – 2 Activities

Students will use the formulas A = (1/2)bh and P = s1 + s2 + s3 to find the area and perimeter of triangles.

#### Lesson 91: Comparing Perimeter and Area – 2 Activities

Students will compare perimeter and area and understand that two figures can have the same measures on one attribute but not on another.

#### Lesson 92: Circumference and Area – 2 Activities

Students will use formulas to calculate the area and circumference of circles.

#### Lesson 93: Rectangle Prism Volume – 2 Activities

Students will use the formula volume = area of base x height (V = A x h) to find the volume of rectangular prisms.

#### Lesson 94: Use a Calculator – 2 Activities

Students will use a calculator to find the area of triangles and parallelograms, the volume of rectangular prisms and the circumference of circles.

#### Lesson 95: Collecting and Organizing Data- 2 Activities

Students will identify steps involved with conducting a survey to generate accurate data. Students will record and organize data in a clear and concise manner using tally tables and frequency tables.

#### Lesson 96: Summarize Data – 4 Activities

Students will summarize data by determining the range, outliers and measures of central tendency (mean, mode, median) based on given data.

#### Lesson 97: Graphs that Compare – 2 Activities

Students will create and interpret graphs that compare including bar graphs, histograms and circle graphs based on given data.

#### Lesson 98: Organizing Population Data – 2 Activities

Students will use a variety of sources to collect, organize and display data about local, state, national and world populations.

#### Lesson 99: Data in Tables and Graphs – 2 Activities

Students will solve problems requiring interpretation and application of data organized in tables and graphs.

#### Lesson 100: Events and Complements – 2 Activities

Students will calculate the probability of an event and its complement. (odds for and against, in proportions and percentages)

#### Lesson 101: Probability – 3 Activities

Students will analyze and solve problems using ratio, percentage and probability skills and strategies. Students will explore the terms fair and equally likely in game events.

#### Lesson 102: Ratios – 4 Activities

Students will determine and express ratios in a variety of ways and find and use equivalent ratios and express them as decimals and percentages.

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