6th Grade Math Worksheets

6th Grade Math Worksheets

Printable 6th Grade Math Worksheets (PDFs)!

Here you’ll find hundreds of printable sixth-grade math worksheets that cover all the basic concepts your student will need to learn.

We cover absolute value, expressions, and inequalities. We offer worksheets for exponents, ordered pairs, and fractions. 6th grade geometry concepts like area and perimeter of triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids and composite shapes, and volume and surface area of rectangular prisms, are also included.

Working through our worksheets will give your sixth grader a firm foundation as they move forward in their learning. Be sure to check out our decimal conversion worksheets too!

NOTE: We are in the process of adding more 6th Grade Math focused worksheets below. Please check back for additional worksheets! For now, below you’ll find linked worksheets that can align with a 6th grade curriculum.

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6th Grade Math Worksheets by Topic

This link will take you to our worksheets made for 6th grade geometry: area and perimeter of triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids and composite shapes, and volume and surface area of rectangular prisms.

This worksheet section will have a variety of pre-algebra concepts for 6th graders. These will consist of inequalities, square roots and more.

Here you'll find worksheets for your student to learn and practice finding the mean, median, mode and range of a set of numbers.

Here your student will practice writing the absolute value of a number. Absolute value is the actual value of a number without regard to a positive or negative sign. In other words, its distance from zero along real number lines.

Here you'll find a handful of worksheets where your student will need to plot and identify the ordered pairs on a coordinate grid.

This link will take you to our simplifying fractions worksheets. Here your student will practice reducing fractions to their simplest form.

Here you'll find a variety of worksheets for your student to practice multiplying with decimals.

Once your student knows how to multiply fractions, they can move onto dividing fractions. They need to know how to multiply because the process for dividing fractions includes multiplication. Click on this link to learn more and for a variety of worksheets including dividing common denominators and unlike denominators.