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Skills available for British Columbia grade 6 math curriculum

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A Mixed numbers and decimal numbers represent quantities that can be decomposed into parts and wholes.

B Computational fluency and flexibility with numbers extend to operations with whole numbers and decimals.

C Linear relations can be identified and represented using expressions with variables and line graphs and can be used to form generalizations.

D Properties of objects and shapes can be described, measured, and compared using volume, area, perimeter, and angles.

E Data from the results of an experiment can be used to predict the theoretical probability of an event and to compare and interpret.

1 Reasoning and analyzing

2 Understanding and solving

3 Communicating and representing

4 Connecting and reflecting

a small to large numbers (thousandths to billions)

b multiplication and division facts to 100 (developing computational fluency)

c order of operations with whole numbers

d factors and multiples — greatest common factor and least common multiple

e improper fractions and mixed numbers

f introduction to ratios

g whole-number percents and percentage discounts

h multiplication and division of decimals

i increasing and decreasing patterns, using expressions, tables, and graphs as functional relationships

j one-step equations with whole-number coefficients and solutions

k perimeter of complex shapes

l area of triangles, parallelograms, and trapezoids

m angle measurement and classification

n volume and capacity

o triangles

p combinations of transformations

q line graphs

r single-outcome probability, both theoretical and experimental

s financial literacy — simple budgeting and consumer math