During sixth grade, students work with fractions, but a typical problem requires students to perform three different operations on four different fractions within a single problem, much like an advanced Algebra 1 type problem, although without variables. Common geometry problems are set up in proof-style format, although you need not require students to present their solutions in that format.
Among other concepts covered at this level are graphs, algebraic expressions, geometry (e.g., volume of solids and radius, diameter and circumference of circles), advanced fractions, ratio, percentage, tessellations, and many word problems including challenging time/rate/distance problems.
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