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6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 1
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one.
6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 4
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one.
Skill

Score

S.1 What percentage is illustrated?


S.2 Convert between percents, fractions & decimals


S.5 Percents of numbers and money amounts


S.8 Find what percent one number is of another


S.10 Find the total given a part and a percent


6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 5
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one. Choose any 7 modules.
6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 6
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one.
6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 7
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one.
Skill

FF.4 Area of parallelograms and trapezoids
(Sec. 7.1/7.3)

FF.3 Area of triangles (Sec. 7.2)

EE.3 Nets of 3D Figures (Sec. 7.4)

EE.4 Front, side & top views (Sec. 7.4)

FF.16 Surface area of cubes and rectangular prisms (Sec. 7.5)

FF.18 Surface area of triangular prisms
(Sec. 7.5)

FF.19 Surface area of pyramids (Sec. 7.6)

FF.14 Volume of cubes and rectangular prisms (Sec. 7.7)

6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 8
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one.
Skill

M.1 Understand Integers (Sec. 8.1)

M.2 Integers on a Number Line (Sec. 8.1)

M.3 Graph Integers on a Horizontal & Vertical Number Line (Sec. 8.1)

M.6 Compare Integers (Sec. 8.2)

M.7 Put Integers in Order (Sec. 8.2)

P.2 Compare Rational Number (Sec. 8.3)

P.3 Put Rational Numbers in Order (Sec. 8.3)

M.4 Understanding Absolute Value (Sec. 8.4)

M.5 Absolute Value (Sec. 8.4)

M.8 Integer Inequalities with Absolute Value
(Sec. 8.4)

X.1 Objects on a Coordinate Plane (Sec. 8.5)

X.2 Graph Points on a Coordinate Plane (Sec. 8.5)

X.3 Quadrants (Sec. 8.5)

CC.8 Graph Triangles and Quadrilaterals (Sec. 8.6)

X.5 Distance Between Two Points (Sec. 8.6)

AA.3 Writing Inequalities from a Number Line
(Sec. 8.7)

AA.1 Solutions to Inequalities (Sec. 8.7)

AA.2 Graphing Inequalities (Sec. 8.7)

AA.4 Solve One Step Inequalities (Sec. 8.8)

AA.5 Graph Solutions to One Step Inequalities
(Sec. 8.8)

6^{th} Grade IXL: Chapter 9
Complete each module and write the Smart Score you receive in the table below. The Smart Scores will be averaged into 1 final grade that will be counted as a test grade. It is recommended that you work on a module until your Smart Score is at least an 80 or above before you move onto the next one.
Skill

HH.1 Identify statistical question (Sec. 9.1)

GG.3 Interpret line plots (Sec. 9.1)

GG.4 Create line plots (Sec. 9.1)

HH.(new) Identify an outlier and describe the effect of removing it (Sec. 9.2)

HH.2 Calculate mean, median, mode & range
(Sec. 9.2/9.3/9.4)

HH.7 Calculate quartiles and interquartile range (Sec. 9.4)

HH.6 Calculate mean absolute deviation (Sec. 9.5)
