6th Grade Summer Math Practice

Welcome to 6th Grade IB MYP Mathematics.

All 6th grade students at Westchester Academy take an accelerated Mathematics program, aligned with international standards through the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP).

By the end of the 7th grade, you will have completed the rest of the state’s 7th grade math standards, and all of 8th grade standards; entering high school Algebra for credit as an 8th grader. More advanced students ask about taking Algebra in 7th grade, and high school level Geometry in 8th grade. In one year of mathematics at WAIS, you will cover the Texas state standards for 6th grade math and a significant part of 7th grade math.

To be ready for your 6th grade math class at Westchester Academy this August, it is important that you practice your basic math facts over the summer and are very comfortable with them.

  1. Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division tables at least through numbers 1-12.
     
  2. We also recommend the following links for math fact practice.


URLS & Short URLs have been provided incase this page is being printed.
The full URL and Short URL direct to the same resource.

  1. Timernator @ CoolMath.com
    • short url: http://goo.gl/pNnvFe

    • http://www.coolmath.com/games/timernator/addition
       

  2. Adding Fractions w/ Unlike Denominators
    @ KhanAcademy.com
    • short url: https://goo.gl/pkIGCC

    • https://www.khanacademy.org/math/pre-algebra/fractions-pre-alg/fractions-unlike- denom-pre-alg/e/adding_fractions

       

  3. Subtracting Fractions w/ Like Denominators
    @ KhanAcademy.com
    • short url: https://goo.gl/8zJCAi

    • https://www.khanacademy.org/math/in-sixth-grade-math/fractions-1/addition- subtraction-fractions/v/subtracting-fractions

       

  4. Subtracting Fractions w/ Unlike Denominators
    @ KhanAcademy.com
    • short url: https://goo.gl/TvQRNl

    • https://www.khanacademy.org/math/cc-fifth-grade-math/cc-5th-fractions-topic/ cc-5th-add-sub-fractions/v/subtracting-fractions-with-unlike-denominators