6th Grade Math Worksheets (Grade 6 - For Ages 11 to 12)

6th grade worksheets focus on relevant skills for ten and eleven year olds. These skills include exponent operations, factoring, fraction operations, measurement, ratios, and proportions. Students at this point should be comfortable with decimals, fractions, and percentages. They are working towards mastery of fractions.

Make sure to check out our Grade 6 Do Now math section for quick starter problems that are aligned to the core curriculum.Our curriculum will make teaching and learning 6th grade math a breeze. The answers to everything is found as page 2 of the files.

  1. Completing Equivalent Proportions - Find the variable in each proportion. A simple cross multiply should get it done for you.
  2. Converting Exponents - You are givien an integer in exponential format. Please convert it to standard form.
  3. Converting Measurement Units - Convert between different U.S. Standards of measurement units. All units of measure are for length.
  4. Division of Whole Numbers by Fractions - Divide each of the whole numbers by a fractional entry. The fractions should not be that hard to work with.
  5. Extended Fraction and Percentage Word Problems - Students will most likely need to draw these scenarios or at the very least, outline the problems.
  6. Factoring to Prime Factors - Determine the prime factors of the integers . You can write it as a factor tree, if that works for you.
  7. Find the Area Right Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Polygons - A nice mix of shapes for you to work with. Two right triangles followed by a quadrilateral and a polygon.
  8. Finding Equal Measures of Volume - Time to get your beaker on. More appropriately this should be called equal measure of volume and mass. There are some mass problems in there.
  9. Fraction Addition with Mixed Numbers - Find the sum of mixed numbers. Students should be advanced enough at this level to handle differing denominators. Some of these denominators will be a challenge.
  10. Fraction Division (Differing Denominators) - Divide one fraction into another. The denominators may be a bit mixed, but they are relatively easy to work with.
  11. Greatest Common Factors and Least Common Multiple - Find the GCF and LCM for each pair of integers. A nice and quick activity for you.
  12. Multiplication between Fractions and Mixed Numbers - Multiply Mixed Numbers and Fractions with different denominators. This is a true test of fraction skills.
  13. Mixed Number Subtraction - The denominators differ between each mixed number. This adds an extra level of difficulty.
  14. Unit Rate Percentage Problems - These types of worksheets can give students a bit of trouble when it comes to the vocabulary involved.
  15. Units of Length Conversions - Convert the measurements between metric units. All measures are for length.
  16. Using Graphs to Understand the Central Tendency of Data - A simple and nice introduction to central tendencies and statistics.
  17. Rate Word Problems - You know the type of problem, "A train leaving from New York travelling at 85 miles per hour..." These carry over to science very well.
  18. Ratio Word Problems - All of the problems involve ratios and proportions in order to solve them. This is an interesting skill for students to learn.
  19. Rational Numbers Systems - Tell the differences between negative and positive temperatures. A good extension beyond number lines.
  20. Recognizing Relationships as an Equation - This is a big critical thinking set of problems. Hope you enjoy the challenge!
  21. Writing and Evaluating Expressions - This is just a really good indication of whether or not your students have grasped the concepts of what expressions are.
  22. Writing Equivalent Expressions - We work on simplifying expressions and find their equal values.