Daily Word Problems Grade 6
This 6th Grade Teacher Book provides a few teacher notes along with a scope and sequence chart. Student pages are reproducible for classrooms or families and there is an answer key. 128 pgs, pb
Completely revised in 2019 to reflect grade-level standards, Daily Word Problems is the perfect resource to improve students problem-solving skills. The all-NEW word problems are written to support current math standards and expectations and provide consistent spiral review of math concepts. Students problem-solving skills improve as they participate in meaningful, real-life math practice.
The 36 weeks of activities provide practice of grade-level math concepts such as addition, multiplication, fractions, logic, algebra, and more.
Each week focuses on a theme and provides a daily word problem within the context of a real-life situation.
- Monday through Thursdays activities provide a one- or two-step word problem.
- Fridays format is more extensive and requires multiple steps. The multi-step problems require students to incorporate higher-order thinking skills by applying their understanding within a different context.
- Reproducible pages provide plenty of room for students to solve using the strategy of their choice.
Whats new in the revised edition of Daily Word Problems?
- All-new word problems to support current standards.
- New weekly themes that present problems in the context of real life
- Day-by-day skills list to help teachers identify skills practiced
Grade 6 math skill practice includes:
- positive and negative numbers
- addition and subtraction
- multiplication and division
- factors and multiples
- ratios and rates
- time and temperature
- linear measurement
- weight and capacity
- perimeter and area
- surface area and volume
- coordinate plane
- graphs, charts, and maps
- logical thinking
- spatial reasoning
- expressions and equations
Includes scope and sequence chart and an answer key.
A good, short supplement to your daily math work, these books provide one word problem for every day in 36 weeks. Each week's problems revolve around a central theme, but many topics are covered in every book to provide variety. Some problems have multiple parts, while others make use of charts and graphs. So don't let your skills get rusty - one problem a day will help to keep your math skills fresh. Books are graded for public school standards and content seems a bit simple in parts of the workbooks, so if you have a child who excels in math, you might consider the workbook that is a grade level above. ~ Stephanie