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6th Grade

7th Grade

Number System

Expressions & Equations

Ratios & Proportions

Statistics & Probability

Geometry

30 worksheets of 116

The activity revolves around the concept of baking a Christmas cake on a tight budget compared to the cost of purchasing one from a store. Students will be guided through ingredient conversions, cost calculations, and the joy of creating a homemade treat.

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Students will convert the ingredients of Grandma's cookie from cooking units (eg: cups) to supermarket units (pounds, gallons) and then find the cost.

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Students act as the CEO of a company, to find the cheapest country to purchase the raw materials, students will do unit conversion between different currencies.

Students will use the speed-distance-time formula to calculate the speed of different Halloween characters.

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The activity will test the knowledge on fractions, multiplication of fractions to solve real world problems.

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Analyze the tabular data that shows the attendance in different schools for different weather conditions, and find the average attendances.

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Students will analyze the given floor plan and measure the length and width of each room in feet.

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Students will analyze the floor plan of a house, measure the size of each room, calculate the perimeter of rooms walls to paint the baseboards.

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Students will calculate the total cost of all ingredients needed for one Thanksgiving meal and then find out the total number of meals that can be prepared in the community kitchen for Thanksgiving Day using the initial $1000 given to them.

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Students will calculate the volume of various objects, such as a shipping box or fish tank, using given dimensions. Each student will receive a unique set of dimensions, promoting individualized practice and reinforcing their understanding of volume calculations in real-world scenarios.

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Students will calculate rates based on various real-life scenarios. Examples include determining the average speed in miles per hour or the cost per apple. These problems help students apply their understanding of ratios and rates in practical situations, reinforcing their ability to solve real-world problems involving proportional reasoning.

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Students will fill in missing values in two ratio tables based on a given scenario, such as comparing cake prices at a bake sale. After completing the tables, they'll compare the ratios to determine which option is more expensive. This activity enhances their understanding of ratios and comparisons.

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In this geometry worksheet, students will solve 10 real-world problems, determining whether to calculate the circumference or area for tasks like fencing, painting, or tiling. After deciding, they'll perform the calculations and enter their answers. Each student gets unique dimensions for each problem.

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Students will tackle 15 problems that involve dividing fractions by fractions. Their task is to perform the division and provide the answer in fraction format. Each student will receive a unique set of fractions to work with.

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Students will find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of two numbers in 15 problems. Each problem presents a unique pair of numbers, and students must determine the GCF for each. Each student receives a different set of numbers, promoting independent practice and reinforcing factorization skills.

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Students will practice substituting given values for variables in various expressions to find the correct answers. They will be provided with 15 questions, each requiring them to substitute the values into the expressions.

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Students will practice using cross-multiplication to solve for unknown values in 10 problems. Each student will receive a unique set of numbers, ensuring individualized practice and helping them master the technique of cross-multiplication in solving proportion-related problems.

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Students will practice writing ratios in three different forms: as a fraction, using a colon, and using the word "to." They will work through 10 problems, with each student receiving a unique set of numbers. This exercise reinforces the concept of ratios and helps students become proficient in expressing ratios in various formats.

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Students will solve 15 problems that involve finding the percentage of given numbers, such as calculating 25% of 80. Each student will receive a unique set of questions, providing individualized practice in applying percentage calculations to various numerical values.

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Students will practice completing ratio tables based on given ratios. Each problem presents a ratio along with a partially filled table, and students must use their understanding of ratios to fill in the missing values, reinforcing their skills in working with proportional relationships.

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Students will tackle 12 real-world scenarios where they will apply the concept of percentages to calculate values such as discounts, taxes, and tips. Each student will receive a unique set of problems, encouraging individualized practice and helping them understand the practical applications of percentages in everyday situations.

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Students will work through 15 problems where each row in the table presents a number in one format—either fraction, decimal, or percentage. Their task is to convert the number into the other two formats. Each student will receive a unique set of problems, ensuring individualized practice in mastering these conversions.

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In this interactive worksheet, students are presented with 16 ratios and must find the equivalent ratio in a table on the right. Using a drag-and-drop feature, they will match each ratio with its equivalent. Each student receives a unique set of ratios.

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Students will practice creating equivalent ratios by filling in the blanks in each table. Based on the given ratio, students will use multiplication or division to find the missing values, reinforcing their understanding of ratio relationships and proportional reasoning.

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Students will simplify 10 expressions using the distributive property. Each student will receive a unique set of problems, ensuring that the activity is individualized and promotes independent practice in applying the distributive property to algebraic expressions.

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Students will analyze dot plots representing real-world data, such as the ages of students participating in a school carnival. They will answer questions based on these plots. Each student will receive three unique sets of data and questions, encouraging individual analysis and critical thinking.

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Students will analyze three different dot plots and calculate the mean, median, mode, and range for each plot. Each student will receive a unique set of dot plots, encouraging individual analysis and reinforcing their understanding of these key statistical measures.

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Students will analyze three different histograms and answer questions based on their observations. Each student will receive a unique set of histograms, promoting individual analysis and understanding of data distribution.

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Students will create frequency tables from given data sets, with an automatically generated histogram displaying as they enter the values. This interactive activity helps students visualize data and understand the relationship between frequency tables and histograms.

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Students will analyze five different data sets, each representing a real-life scenario such as weekly attendance or pages read by students. Their task is to calculate the mean, median, mode, range, and interquartile range for each data set, helping them develop essential skills in statistical analysis.

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