# 6th Grade Math Worksheets

Count on our printable 6th grade math worksheets with answer keys for a thorough practice. With strands drawn from vital math topics like ratio, multiplication, division, fractions, common factors and multiples, rational numbers, algebraic expressions, integers, one-step equations, ordered pairs in the four quadrants, and geometry skills like determining area, surface area, and volume, organizing numerical data as dot plots, histograms and box plots, finding mean, median, and quartiles of datasets, these pdfs become your often go-to place. Grab your ticket to a great start with our free math worksheets for grade 6 students!

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Division | 4-Digit by 2-Digit and 3-Digit

Divide a 4-digit number by a 2-digit or 3-digit number, starting from the largest place value and dividing your way down to the last digit to find the quotient and remainder (if any).

Drawing Shapes to Represent the Ratio

Jazz up your ratio skills with our 6th grade math worksheet pdfs. Direct students to visually represent the terms of each ratio by sketching the specified number of shapes.

Multiplying Two Fractions by Cross Cancelling

Breaking down the numerator and denominator into prime factors, cross-cancelling the common factors, and multiplying the uncancelled parts of the fraction are all grade 6 learners are expected to do!

Expressing Decimals in Words | Up to Millionths

Let your understanding of decimal place value soar to new heights as you dive into these printable 6th grade math worksheets and express decimals up to millionths in words and vice versa.

Finding the GCF of Two Numbers

Follow the step-by-step process of finding the GCF by listing out all the factors of each pair of 2-digit numbers, then compare the factors, figure out the common ones and the greatest among them is your answer.

Laying a strong foundation in integers becomes easy with a touch of real-world offered in these grade 6 math pdf worksheets, where each scenario should be represented with a positive or negative integer.

One-Step Equation: Addition and Subtraction | Integers

Rearrange the equation, making the variable the subject, and take the integer constant to the other side and change its sign, add or subtract to find the value of the unknown variable.

Identifying Ordered Pairs in All Quadrants

Get acquainted with the coordinate plane, the four quadrants, and the ordered pairs. Identify the point representing each ordered pair in Part A; and locate and write the x-y coordinates of each point in part B.

Determining the Area of a Square

Equip grade 6 children with these printable math worksheets, if practice in determining the area of a square is on your mind. Get students to square the fractional side lengths and compute the area.

Get 6th grade learners to imagine folding the 2D nets presented in this printable math worksheet along the edges and visualize the 3D shapes that can be constructed from them.

Surface Area using Nets | Counting Squares

Whether it is refining or testing skills in counting the unit squares to determine the surface area of rectangular prisms, cubes or triangular prisms from their nets, these pdfs serve the purpose.

Descriptively analyze each dataset, by rearranging the values in ascending order and figuring out the maximum and minimum values, and the lower or 1st, median or 2nd, and upper or 3rd quartiles.

Division of 5-Digit Numbers by 1-Digit and 2-Digit Divisors

Push boundaries and brush up your division skills with adequate practice provided by these exercises in dividing 5-digit numbers with single and double-digit divisors.

Ratio Word Problems | Part-to-Part

Put your analytical skills to test with our 6th grade math worksheet pdfs. Study the data given in the pictogram and answer the set of questions detecting the part-to-part ratio in each scenario.

Multiplying Mixed Numbers and Fractions

Effortlessly multiply mixed numbers and fractions by converting the mixed numbers to improper fractions, cross cancelling the common factors and then multiplying what's left over.