• 6
    Sixth Class Standards
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  • Number
    • 6.NS.1.1
      Place value
      read, write and order whole numbers and decimals
      identify place value in whole numbers and decimals
      round decimals
    • 6.NS.1.2
      Operations
      estimate sums, differences, products and quotients of decimals
      add and subtract whole numbers and decimals (to three decimal places) without and with a calculator
      multiply a decimal by a decimal, without and with a calculator
      divide a four-digit number by a two-digit number, without and with a calculator
      divide a decimal number by a decimal, without and with a calculator
    • 6.NS.1.3
      Fractions
      compare and order fractions and identify equivalent forms of fractions
      express improper fractions as mixed numbers and vice versa and position them on the number line
      add and subtract simple fractions and simple mixed numbers
      multiply a fraction by a fraction
      express tenths, hundredths and thousandths in both fractional and decimal form
      divide a whole number by a unit fraction
      understand and use simple ratios
    • 6.NS.1.4
      Decimals and percentages
      use percentages and relate them to fractions and decimals
      compare and order percentages of numbers
      solve problems relating to profit and loss, discount, VAT, interest, increases, decreases.
    • 6.NS.1.5
      Number theory
      identify simple prime and composite numbers
      identify and explore square numbers
      explore and identify simple square roots
      identify common factors and multiples
      write whole numbers in exponential form
  • Data
    • 6.D.1.1
      Representing and interpreting data
      collect, organise and represent data using pie charts and trend graphs
      read and interpret trend graphs and pie charts
      compile and use simple data sets
      explore and calculate averages of simple data sets
      use data sets to solve problems.
    • 6.D.1.2
      Chance
      identify and list all possible outcomes of simple random processes
      estimate the likelihood of occurrence of events; order on a scale from 0 to 100%, 0 to 1
      construct and use frequency charts and tables
  • Algebra
  • Shape and Space
    • 6.SS.1.1
      2-D shapes
      make informal deductions about 2-D shapes and their properties
      use angle and line properties to classify and describe triangles and quadrilaterals
      construct triangles from given sides or angles
      identify the properties of the circle
      construct a circle of given radius or diameter
      tessellate combinations of 2-D shapes
      classify 2-D shapes according to their lines of symmetry
      plot simple co-ordinates and apply where appropriate
      use 2-D shapes and properties to solve problems.
    • 6.SS.1.2
      3-D shapes
      identify and examine 3-D shapes and explore relationships, including octahedron (faces, edges and vertices)
      draw the nets of simple 3-D shapes and construct the shapes.
    • 6.SS.1.3
      Lines and angles
      recognise, classify and describe angles and relate angles to shape
      recognise angles in terms of a rotation
      estimate, measure and construct angles in degrees
      explore the sum of the angles in a quadrilateral
  • Measures