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**Grade6 Math Web Sites**

**WhatDoes the Data Say?**

**The Maths File Game Show: TrainRace**

Lessons 1-2 Review of mean, median andrange

**The Maths File Game Show: Data Picking**

Lesson 3 Frequency graphs

**PBS Teachers' Line: MathInteractives**

Lesson 2 Click on histograms

Activity addresses mean and median

Lesson 3 Convert line plots [frequencygraphs] into bar graphs

Lesson 4 Determining intervals and investigatinghow changing interval size affects data display

Lessons 7-9 Line graphs. Can be used as extensionfor progress over time

**Statistics and Probability Concepts**

Lessons 1-9 Click on Statistics and ProbabilityConcepts

There are a multitude of practice activities forvarious graphs including bar graphs, stem and leaf and box plots andalso uses measures of central tendency.

**Statistics and Probability Concepts**

Lesson 3 Choose Normal Distribution and SkewDistribution. Activities are for enrichment; students who want achallenge can use standard deviation along withdistribution.

**Languageof Numbers**

**AAA Math Sixth Grade**

www.aaamath.com/B/grade6.htm#topic1

Pre-requisite Many games and activities on base 10involving rounding, estimating and identifying place value

**The Maths File Game Show: RoundingOff**

Prerequisite Three levels of difficulty involvingrounding of whole numbers and decimals.

**AAA Math Sixth Grade**

www.aaamath.com/B/grade6.htm#topic8

Phases 1-2 Practice with scientificnotation

**Topics in Pre-Algebra**

Lesson 9 Use of exponents with order ofoperations

**A Creative Encounter of the NumericalKind**

End of Unit -This is a fairly complicated webquest in which students create a number system and teach it to theclass using visuals they create. It requires student research usingwebsites. It includes work with an abacus and a review of Base 10 andBase 2.

**FromZero to One and Beyond**

**The Product Game**

Pre-Assessment - Product Game allows students tochoose products of two numbers while playing a tic tac toe game.There are several variations of game including one focusing ongreatest common factor using Venn diagrams. It also providesextension activities

**AAA Math Sixth Grade**

www.aaamath.com/B/grade6.htm#topic7

Lesson 1-2 Divisibility activities

**PBS Teachers' Line: MathInteractives**

Lessons 2-3 Click on Mixing OrangeJuice.

Activity uses proportional reasoning involvingpitchers of orange juice to teach ratio, fractions with circle graphsand percents and the interrelationship of all three.

**Math Activities**

Go to Number and Operations Concepts.

Click on Fraction Finder

Read directions carefully. Allows student topicture fractions on circle or square templates and then to orderseveral fractions.

Click on Equivalent Fraction Finder

Students create equivalent fractions on a circleor square template. There are a number of good activities on thisNumber and Operations Concepts page including operations withfractions with varying levels of difficulty

**Math Activities **

Select Factorize.

Activity allows students to select a number 1-50and determine the factors. They also display factors on agrid.

**The Maths File Game Show: SaloonSnap**

Lessons 8-9 Converting among fractions, decimals,and percents

**The Maths File Game Show: BuilderTed**

Lessons 8-9 Ordering positive and negativedecimals. Could be used as an extension

**The Maths File Game Show: GridGame**

Lesson 11 Square numbers, factors, multiples,primes.

This site could also be used with NumberPowerhouse.

Top ofpage

**NumberPowerhouse**

**Laura Chandler Math Activities**

Lesson 2 These are downloadable activities and aquiz on order of operations.

**Integers**

Lesson 2 Explanation and five interactive examplesof order of operations both with and without exponents

**PBS Teachers' Line: Math Interactives**

Lessons 3-4 Click on Number Cruncher. Activity isa simple input/output game that can be used with positive andnegative numbers.

**Integers **

Lessons 3-4 Explanation and interactive exampleson introduction of signed numbers, comparing and ordering integers,absolute value, four operations with signed numbers

**AAA Math Sixth Grade **

www.aaamath.com/B/grade6.htm#topic24

Lesson 3 Various activities and games manipulatingpositive and negative integers

**AAA Math Sixth Grade **

www.aaamath.com/B/grade6.htm#topic8

Lessons 5-8 Activities on basic operations withfractions with like and unlike denominators

**Laura Chandler Math Activities **

Lesson 9-10 These are all downloadable activitiesthat are good for practice; may be appropriate for lower levelstudents.

Click on Buzzing for Products for an activity onmultiplying decimals

There are many other activities on decimals and a weekly math challenge.

**AAA Math Sixth Grade **

Lessons 9-10 Identifying decimals, place value ofdecimals and operations with decimals

**AAA Math Sixth Grade **

http://www.aaamath.com/B/grade6.htm#topic10

Lesson 12 Activities converting decimals tofraction and percents; percents to fractions and decimals; fractionsto decimals and percents.

**Patternsin Number and Space**

**PBS Teachers' Line: Math Interactives**

Phase 1 Click on Real Life Data

Practice with making tables and determining simplerules.

Phase 2 Click on Frog in the Well. Can be used asan extension.

Click on Make a Rule. This addresses advanced rule as taught in Lessons 2,3,4,5 and 9

**The Maths File Game Show: LateDelivery**

Phase 1 Writing simple equations

**The Maths File Game Show: EquationMatch**

Phase 2 Writing complex equations

**Topics in Pre-Algebra**

Lessons 2-6 Explanation of writing algebraicexpressions

**The Maths File Game Show: PlanetHop**

Phase 3 Coordinate graphing

**Figure This! Math Index**

Phases 1-3 Under Algebra there are severalactivities that coordinate well with this unit.

**DesigningSpaces**

**Exploring the Isometric Drawing Tool**

Phase 1 Good activity which allows students todraw using isometric paper. May be helpful for those with fine motoror visual motor integration difficulties as it provides another wayto build and draw using cubes.

**Figure This! Math Index **

Under geometry, there are several activities that focus on 2 and 3 dimensional shapes.

**The Maths File Game Show: BathroomTiles**

Rotation and reflection. Topic is fairlydifficult.

**Matho: Geometry Version**

Phase 2 Interactive geometry vocabularygame.

**AAA Math Sixth Grade **

Phase 2 Exploration with sides and angles oftriangles and quadrilaterals

Lesson 5 Perimeter of polygons-explanation and 5examples:

**Exploring Geometric Solids and TheirProperties **

Phase 3 Allows students to manipulate polyhedra inspace. Also provides experience with Euler's Formula and creates atable of properties. Could be used as an assessment at end ofphase.

**ChanceEncounters**

**Probability**

Lessons 1-3 Interactive activities on probabilitywith explanation beforehand.

**Fish Tank**

Lessons 1-3 Games with varying levels ofdifficulty, Colorful and interactive

**Statistics and Probability Concepts**

Lessons 4-6 Click on Statistics and ProbabilityConcepts

There are several activities using spinners andadjustable spinners which include theoretical and experimentalprobability.

**The Maths File Game Show: Data Picking**

Lesson 4-6 Circle graphs

**Gulliver'sWorld**

**Tree Measurement**

Phase 1 This is a good extension activity whichrequires students to go outside and measure a tree.

**Measurement Resources**

Phase 2 Measurement topics include an extensivemenu of downloadable lesson plans. Check both elementary and middleschool activities as there are overlapping concepts.

**Animal Weigh-In**

Phase 2 Conversion of metric to UScustomary

**Measurement - Length **

Phases 1-3 Activities and games on followingmeasurement topics:

metric-US customary conversion, temperature, mass,volume and length

**Reference Materials**

Phases 1-3 There is a list of reference materialswhich provides historical background information and conversiondata.

Phase 3 Scroll down to Geometry. There is anactivity on scale drawings.

**TeacherResources**

These web sites contain good general ideas thatcould be used throughout the school year.

**Laura Candler Teaching Resources**

Scroll down to click on Weekly MathChallenges.

**Math Challenge**

There are many challenges that could be done asextensions by an individual or small group. Areas include Algebra,Geometry, Measurement, Number and Statistics andProbability.

**SCORE Mathematics Lessons**

This site includes a number of topics that couldbe extensions for students to work on independently.

**Hot Subjects**

There are tutorials on subjects such as exponentsand square roots. They are not interactive, however.

**Math Games**

There are several games that are generic and wouldbe good for students who have finished work early. They could workwith a partner.

**(Non-Java) Flashcards **

Uses only non-Java flashcards. Topics includeorder of operations, operations with fractions, pre-algebra, andpositive and negative integers

**Lesson Library**

There are selected lessons available with anoption to purchase the CD with more practice. Worth taking a lookat.

**Fun and Games**

A good teacher site which includes lots ofactivities on many topics.

This list was compiled by Brookline sixth-gradeteachers, Joan Miceli and Pamela Charpentier.

This material does not necessarily reflect the views or policiesof the Massachusetts or the federalgovernment.

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