6th Grade Mathematics - Fractions, Algebraic Equations, and Geometry
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# 6th Grade Mathematics - Fractions, Algebraic Equations, and Geometry

Curated by Amy Keathley
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Think you don't use algebra in your everyday life? Then you must never have to decide how much gasoline to put in your car's tank. This and other ways your teacher was right.
Amy Keathley's insight:

Several of you have been asking how and where you will use these algebraic equations in the real world. Scroll down to the infographic at the end of the article and you'll see! You'll also learn how composition and history will apply in your life later on.

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 Rescooped by Amy Keathley from Mrs. Scott's 3rd Grade Class

## Shape Surveyor - Funbrain.com

Improve your geometry skills. Fun game teaches area and perimeter of rectangles and squares with an archeology twist. For kids and children of all ages and grades.

Via Jessica Scott
Amy Keathley's insight:

Use this as a review for finding the area of basic quadrilaterals. Next class, you'll learn how to find the areas of special quadrilaterals and other irregular shapes!

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## Math Antics - Dividing Fractions

Amy Keathley's insight:

This short video will help you remember how to divide fractions. Can you come up with a jingle to help us all remember the steps?

Amy Keathley's curator insight,

This video is perfect! It takes an often intimidating subject and makes it super simple to comprehend.

 Rescooped by Amy Keathley from Go Go Learning

## 4 Dice Helps Students Learn to Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide Fractions

4 Dice is an iPad app designed to help students learn to add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions. The app was developed by the same people that built the popular 5 Dice app that helps student...

Via Dr. Joan McGettigan
Amy Keathley's insight:

We'll be using this app in class as we learn how to divide with fractions. I hope you're excited, because we'll be having a class-wide competition!

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## When not knowing Math can cost you \$15,000

When not knowing Math can cost you \$15000.
Amy Keathley's insight:

Watch this video - do you know how to solve this problem? Bring your solution to our next class so that we can all discuss!

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