6th Grade Math Full Online Curriculum
This semester long, flexible course will cover the 6th Grade Math Common Core Standards. Once purchased, you will receive a code to the classroom to access teh course.
The following topics will include the following:
Unit 1: Numerical Expressions
Week 1: Powers and Exponents/Order of Operations
Week 2: Prime Factorization/Greatest Common Factor
Week 3: Least Common Multiple and Unit Review/Test
Unit 2: Fractions and Decimals
Week 4: Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
Week 5: Dividing Mixed Numbers/Adding and Subtracting Decimals
Week 6: Multiplying Decimals/Dividing Whole Numbers
Week 7: Dividing Decimals/Unit Review and Test
Unit 3: Ratios and Rates
Week 8: Ratios and Using Tape Diagrams
Week 9: Using Ratio Tables/Graphing Ratios
Week 10: Rates and Unit Rates
Week 11: Converting Measures/Review
Unit 4: Percents
Week 12: Percents and Fractions
Week 13: Percents and Decimals
Week 14: Comparing and Ordering Fractions, Decimals, Percents
Week 15: Solving Percent Problems
Week 16: Percent Review
Due to the fact that this is an asynchronous course, students who are already taking 6th-grade math can enroll for additional support and practice. Homeschooled students can enroll in a complete 6th-grade math curriculum. Videos will be uploaded weekly along with practice assignments, homework, and additional resources. Students will use an assigned Google classroom to access all materials and homework.
The weekly schedule will include the following:
Monday: Pre-Recorded video lesson with exposure and instruction of the concept. Students will be given the assignment to complete by Thursday.
Tuesday & Wednesday: Students will work on their assignments on their own. They can message their instructor for additional assistance during this time.
Thursday: 2nd Lesson of the week will be posted
These math lessons will integrate real world and engaging topics. Students will be provided with several different options for homework every week which include visual, real world and concrete assignments. Students will have the opportunity to engage with one another through platforms such as Flipgrid and discussions on the Google classroom.