# 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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Explore 390+ Sixth Grade Volume and Surface Area Worksheets

Surface Area using Nets | Counting Squares

Determine the surface area of each 3D shape by counting the unit squares encapsulated within the corresponding net.

Familiarize young learners with volume of cubes by plugging in the fractional side length in the formula V = a^{3}.

Surface Area of Cubes with Fractional Side Lengths

Introduce the concept of surface area and direct learners to find the area by squaring the side and multiplying by 6.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms | Fractions

Convert the mixed to improper fraction, multiply the length, width and height, and find the volume of the prism.

Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms | Integers

Create a solid understanding of surface area with this resource featuring rectangular prisms where the sides are denoted in integers.

Volume of Rectangular Prisms by Counting Cubes | Different Scale

Measure the volume of the rectangular prism by counting the cubes and multiplying it with the given scale.

Draw a Rectangular Prism and Find the Surface Area

Have a blitz with this resource where you are required to draw a rectangular prism using the given dimensions and find its surface area.

Decompose the L-block into rectangular prisms, compute the volume of each, and add them to find the volume of the L-block.

Surface Area of L-Shaped Prisms | Integers

With all these solid figures, finding surface area can be confusing. Just split the solid figure into rectangular prisms, and add their areas and subtract the common region.

Volume of Triangular Prisms using Area of Cross-Section

Work your way through these problems and figure out the volume by multiplying the length with the area of cross-section.

Surface Area of Triangular Prisms | Integers

Created by math experts, this compilation focuses on finding the surface area of triangular prisms by adding the areas of the bases and lateral faces.

Volume by Counting Cubes | Solid Blocks - Unit Cubes

Computing the volume of these solid blocks can be a little tricky as they are composed of many layers. Analyze the layers, count the cubes in each layer to find the volume.

Surface Area of Cubes with Decimal Side Lengths

Learners should be familiar with the formula to solve these questions where the dimensions of the cubes are represented as decimals.

Surface Area of Rectangular Prism | Fractions

Whip up excitement for this resource where you have to figure out the surface area of the rectangular prism by using the formula.

Volume of Triangular Prisms | Find the Missing Dimensions

The goal is to find the missing dimension by substituting the volume and the known attributes in the formula and work your way backwards.