**MathMath is more than memorizing formulas and doing calculations. Math involves:**

- Highly practical and hands-on problems and skills
- Rich problem-solving activities in collaboration with your peers
- Some problems that will stretch your understanding to the abstract and theoretical
- Using technology to develop, demonstrate and communicate your mathematical understandings

____Create a Math Story**Assigned on Monday, November 25**

Your assignment is to create a math story with pictures!

Requirements:

- The numbers in your story must be realistic
- You must include pictures that entertain us in the story
- Include large numbers up to millions and small numbers up to hundredths (decimals)
- Use estimation / rounding in your story
- Include an example using length
- Use an example using greater or less than or equal to
- Write numbers in standard, written and expanded form
- Use an example describing place value
- You must ‘compare’ numbers somewhere in your story
- You may describe mystery numbers, events, purchases, distance etc. in your story
- You may also use math from our previous units
- Use proper math terms in your story (See your J.A.M)
- Please check all spelling and grammar and have someone proofread your story before printing your polished copy

**Grade 6 Math at a Glance****Math Outcomes:**

**Unit 1**

__PATTERNS and EQUATIONS__

- using input/output machines

- how to plot and identify (coordinates) on a grid

- balance equations

**Unit 2**

__UNDERSTANDING NUMBERS__

- Place Value

- Multiples and Factors

- Order of Operations

- Integers

**Unit 3**

__DECIMALS__

- identify place value in decimals up to ten-thousandths

- multiply and divide decimals

**Unit 4**

__ANGLES and POLYGONS__

- how to name and construct straight, right, acute, obtuse, reflex angles

- how to measure angles

- how to find angles in a Triangle and a Quadrilateral

**Unit 5**

__FRACTIONS, RATIO and PERCENT__

- Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions

- Exploring Ratios and Percents

**Unit 6**

__GEOMETRY and MEASUREMENT__

- Naming and sorting Triangles - equilateral, scalene and isosceles

- Naming and sorting Triangles by angles - acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex

- identifying polygons - polygon, regular polygon, congruent

- Perimeter of polygons

- Area of a rectangle

- Volume of a rectangular prism

**Unit 7**

__DATA ANALYSIS AND PROBABILITY__

- Interpreting Graphs

- Drawing and choosing the correct type of graph to use

- Discrete and Continuous Data

- Theoretical Probability

**Unit 8**

__TRANSFORMATIONS__

- Transformations including: Translations, Rotations and Reflections