Get your sixth graders engaged, having fun with our interactive math fun games. Place Value This is an interactive millionaire game about place value in whole numbers and decimals. Pre-algebra addition multiple choice game 7th grade Pre-algebra addition multiple choice game Pre-algebra Addition memory game 6th grade addition memory game Addition of large numbers 6th Students should be able to write, interpret and use expressions in equations.

Factors This millionaire game is a fun way of assessing students' knowledge about factors and divisibility. It can be used as a review activity in the classroom or at home. Math Magician Integers Game Is the solution positive, negative, or zero? Try this fun Math Magician Integers Game. For each correct answer, you will enter a bonus round where you can earn points by smashing monsters.

The math problems are about finding the greatest common factors and the least common multiples. Prime Factorization Spinner Game In this interactive multi-player game, 6th grade students will practice finding the prime factorization of different composite numbers.

Place Value This is an interactive millionaire game about place value in whole numbers and decimals. You can play it alone, with a partner, or in two teams. Making 24 - The Game of Numbers New In this activity, 6th grade students will have to use four whole numbers and different operations to get number 24 as the final answer.

Simplifying Fractions In this soccer math game kids will have fun reducing fractions to the simplest form. Reducing Fractions Do you love baseball?

Then play this fun game and practice hitting homeruns and simplifying fractions to earn tons of points. Adding Fractions This is an interactive football math game. To answer math questions about fractions, kids have to first pass the ball to the receiver. For each correct answer students earn 7 points, but each mistake costs them 3 points. Students learn their different expressions can be equivalent.

Students develop the ability to think statistically. Data distribution may not have a definite center, but can still be measured with different numerical values. For sixth grade too the activities that are mentioned for the fourth and fifth grade could be used to teach children mathematics. Topics like proportions could be handled with quick games that deal with different aspects of proportions. Complex multiplication problems could be explained through videos as well as sheets containing solved examples as well as practice problems.

Timed worksheets may be given to the children to understand their progress. Another way of understanding the progress of the children is through the badges. Different themes like sports, history and food could be incorporated in the games as these would make these games very interesting.

Children could be given virtual shopping tasks to check out how well they are in calculations. Quizzes and puzzles could be used and these could be given to the children in the ascending order of difficulty. When the children attempt the quizzes covering all the sub topics they could be given mixed quizzes so that it could be understood how well they can manage to deal the topic on an overall basis.

Similarly geometric shapes could be explained with the help of dimensional tools so that children actually understand the difference between two dimensional and three dimensional shapes. Games involving prime numbers would help the children to understanding their meaning as well as improve in the identification of such numbers. Small puzzles could be given to the children involving mathematical operations and also finding the place values.

A topic which has many sub topics can be devised into a series game so that children do not lose the connectivity and clear the topic through various stages. Graph plotting could be taught through attractive examples. When children learn through the activities like games, then they learn to apply these concepts too. It is also important to carry on the activities in the sequence as mentioned in the syllabus. Reasoning should also be asked from the children.