6th Grade Math Workshop

Welcome 6th Graders to Math Workshop

Do you want to add to your math tool belt? Below are games and activities that will help you improve
on essential skills you'll need this year in order to be successful.


IXL: Chapter 1


1) Order of Operations

2) Exponents 1

3) Exponents 2

4) Writing Expressions

5) Expressions

6) One Step Equations

7) Properties of Multiplication

IXL Chapter 2

1) Absolute Value and Opposites of Integers

2) Number Lines and Integers

3) Compare and Order Integers

4) Adding Integers

5) Subtracting Integers

6) Multiplication of Integers Rules

7) Multiply Integers

8) Integer Division Rules

9) Divide Integers

10) Coordinate Graph Review

11) Input/Output Tables

12) Integers, Input/Output Tables

13) Expressions With Integers

14) Equations With Integers

15) Graphing on Coordinate Plane

16) Distance Between Points

17) Graph a Function

18) Linear Function Word Prolems



19) Does (x, y) satisfy an equation?

IXL Chapter 3


* Divisibility Rules

1) Prime or Composite

2) Identify Factors

3) Prime Factorization

4) Exponent Form Prime Factorization


6) LCM

7) GCF/LCM Word Problems

8) Decimals on a Number Line

9) Comparing Numbers

10) Putting Numbers In Order

11) Equivalent Fractions

12) Simplify Fractions

13) Least Common Denominator

14) Comparing Fractions

15) Comparing Fractions Word Problems

16) Convert to Mixed Numbers

17) Fractions To Decimals

18) Comparing Fractions and Decimals


Practice rounding to tens, hundreds, thousands

Video tutorial for rounding

Practice rounding to various place values

Place value calculator

Interactive rounding game
Tip and tricks for estimating/rounding

Estimation games

Interactive activity for visual estimation
A Game to Practice PEMDAS


Practice identifying the properties of addition: associative, commutative, distributive

Commutative Property: Fun little warm up – get to 10 – quickly.   

Video with Dr. Burger on Properties of Addition

Good practice on the inverse relationship of multiplication and division - Part I
Good practice on the inverse relationship of multiplication and division - Part II
Practice identifying the properties of multiplication: associative, commutative, distributive
Chart of Divisibility rules for numbers 2-15. Activity requires students to identify all the factors between 2-15 for a given number.

Factor Trees

Prime Factorization



Equivalent Fractions

Adding Fractions

Subtracting (comparing) Fractions