Grade 6 Mathematics Curricula 206. Number –Write story problems to generate calculations involving the four operations. 207. Number –Generate number patterns and identify their rule using algebra. 208. Number –Compute with common and decimal fractions using the four operations. 209. Number –Use the calculator to estimate and check routinely and to perform calculations. 210. Number –Divide a fraction, mixed number or decimal fraction by a whole number. 211. Number –Divide a whole number by any fractional number. 212. Number –Divide a decimal fraction by a power of ten. 213. Number –Solve problems involving the division of fractional numbers. 214. Number –Perform any computation with whole or fractional numbers. 215. Number –Divide a decimal fraction by another decimal fraction to two or three decimal places of decimals. 216. Measurement–Draw and measure angles using the protractor. 217. Measurement–Use the compasses to draw circles. 218. Measurement–Interpret a simple scale drawing and calculate actual distances using the scale of a road map or floor plan. 219. Measurement–Identify the relationship between the parts of a circle. 220. Measurement–Investigate the concept of pi. 221. Geometry –Identify and draw the following polygons: Triangle, square, rectangle and irregular quadrilaterals. 222–Geometry–Identify and count the number of lines of symmetry in plane figures. 223–Geometry–Draw pictures of polygons to a reasonable degree of accuracy where the length of a side is given. 224. Geometry–Recognize faces, edges, vertices, of a solid and classify solids according to the number and shape of their faces. 225–Geometry–Represent and solve problems using geometrical models. 226–Geometry–Describe the physical world in terms of geometric concepts. 227. Statistics–Discuss the appropriate uses of various tables and graphs. 228. Statistics–Represent data using bar graphs, double bar graphs, pictographs, circle graphs and line graphs. 229. Statistics–Read information on a stem and leaf plot. 230. Statistics–Read information on a box and whisker plot. 231. Statistics–Plot information on a stem and leaf plot. 232. Statistics–Plot information on a box and whisker plot. 233. Statistics–Collect data using direct observation, experiments, interviews and questionnaires. 234. Statistics–Make inferences and draw conclusions based on experiments and collected data. 235. Number –Read and write Roman Numerals representing any number using the symbols I,V,X,C,M. 236. Number –Read and use numbers written, using the principle of place value, in the Hindu-Arabic system of numeration. 237. Number –Write numbers in exponent form. 238. Number –Express place values using exponent form. 239. Number –List all the prime factors of a given number. 240. Number –Write a composite number as a product of primes in exponent form. 241. Number –Identify the Greatest Common Factor of two numbers. 242. Number –Differentiate between the use of multiples and factors. 243. Number –Identify the reciprocal of a whole number or fractional number. 244. Number –Use ratio to compare quantities. 245. Number –Write a ratio to compare the numbers of items in two sets or two parts of a single set. 246. Number –Write a ratio using the formats 1:5, to 5, or 1/5. 247. Number –Write equivalent ratios for a given ratio. 248. Number –Solve problems which require the use of equivalent ratios. 249. Number –Apply the concept of ratio to percentage forms and use the symbol % correctly. 250. Number –Tell what percentage of a set or object is shown. 251. Number –Write a percentage as a fraction with denominator 100 or in its simplest form and/or as a decimal. 252. Number –Solve problems requiring the conversion of fractions to percentages and vice versa. 253. Number –Know that 100% is a whole. 254. Number –Add or subtract using percentage forms. 255. Number –Calculate the percentage a given number is of another given number which is a factor of ten. (Measurements and money may be used.) 256. Number –Calculate a given percentage of a number, amount of money, measure of mass, capacity, etc. 258. Measurement–Investigate and use the formula for the volume of a rectangular solid to solve problems. 259–Measurement–Apply measurement concepts to problem solving and real life situations. 260. Measurement–Use ratio to compare measurements. 261. Measurement–Use the idea of rates of various quantities. 262. Measurement–Calculate any one of the measures of distance, time and rate of travel (average speed), given the measures of the other two. 263. Measurement–Apply the principles of measurements to Road Safety. 264. Measurement–Identify surface area and angle measure in three-dimensional shapes. 265. Measurement–Use the idea of a ‘unit solid’. 266. Measurement–Build unit solids of volume 1dm3, 1m3, and 1cm3. 267. Measurement–Use the 24hr clock in problem situations. 268. Measurement–Interpret a simple scale drawing and calculate the actual distances using the scale on a road map or floor plan. 269. Measurement–Calculate the volume of a rectangular prism when given the number of unit solids in one layer and the number of layers. 270. Geometry –Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of congruence in two and three dimensions. 271–Geometry –Identify, describe, compare and classify geometric shapes and figures. 272–Geometry –Explore the transformation of geometric figures. 273. Algebra–Substitute in algebraic expressions with up to two variables. 274–Algebra–Solve word problems using algebraic expressions and formulae. 275–Algebra–Substitute in simple inequalities to make statements true. 276–Algebra–Insert one of the symbols >, <, =, etc to make a true mathematical sentence. 277. Number –Identify members of a set, equivalent sets, finite and infinite sets. 278. Number –Associate the number of members in a set with the properties of that set. 279. Number –Use the symbols associated with set operations ‘intersection and union. 280. Number –Draw Venn diagrams to show set relationships including sets and subsets. 281. Measurement–Explore the tiling of a plane using different shapes. 282. Measurement–Differentiate between the size and use of the following units: square centimeters, square metre, hectare and square kilometer. 283. Measurement–Calculate the measurement of one side of a polygon given the perimeter and the lengths of the other side. 284. Measurement–Name and measure regions, compute the area of a region shaped as rectangles, right-triangles, or parallelograms individually; in combination or as the surfaces of three dimensional objects. 285. Measurement–Solve problems involving area measures. 286. Probability –Make inferences and draw conclusions based on experiments and collected data. 287–Probability –Formulate all possible outcomes of an experiment. 288–Probability –State the probability of a simple event. 289–Probability –State the range of probability values, perform and report on a variety of probability experiments. 290. Number –Write a ratio with denominator 100 which is equivalent to a given ratio. 291. Number –Write a given ratio with denominator 100 (or another multiple of ten) in percentage form. 292. Number –Write a percentage as a fraction with denominator 100 or in its simplest form and/or decimal. 293. Number –Use the following terms in problem situations: interest, rate of interest, simple interest. 294. Number –Use simple proportion of principal, rate and time to develop the simple interest formula. 295. Number –Investigate the services offered by financial institutions. 296. Number –Calculate cost, given number of objects and rate of charge; calculate rate of charge, given number of objects and total cost (include applications such as taxes). 297. Number –Calculate the entire amount when a percentage of the amount is know. 298. Number –Solve problems requiring the use of percentages. 299. Number –Compute the simple interest on a sum of money, with or without the formula. You are doing well. Tell your friend, it is so good!