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6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Do you have a hard time incorporating vocabulary in your math classroom?  I have created math vocabulary coloring worksheets that will help students with the math vocabulary terms.  

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

There are 5 coloring worksheets that are aligned to the same units as my math interactive notebook.  

These include:

Unit 1 - Number Sense

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Unit 2 - Ratios, Rates, & Percentages

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Unit 3 - Expressions & Equations

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Unit 4 - Geometry

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets

Unit 5 - Statistics & Probability

6th Grade Math Vocabulary Coloring Worksheets


Vocabulary for each unit is given below:

Unit 1 Number Sense Vocabulary: decimal, quotient, divisor, dividend, fraction, numerator, denominator, exponent, base, opposite, absolute value, coordinate plane, x-axis, y-axis, greatest common factor (GCF), and least common multiple (LCM)

Unit 2 Ratios, Rates, & Percentages Vocabulary: ratio, equivalent ratios, rate, unit rate, unit cost, percent, fraction, numerator, denominator, simplest form, decimal, conversion, proportion, cross product, amount, and base

Unit 3 Expressions & Equations Vocabulary: variable, coefficient, constant, term, algebraic expressions, one-step equations, inequality, greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to, dependent, independent, combining like terms, distributive property, and equivalent

Unit 4 Geometry Vocabulary: area, parallelogram, quadrilateral, triangle, trapezoid, parallel, composite figure, face, edge, vertex, volume, surface area, net, polygon, coordinate plane, and ordered pair

Unit 5 Statistics & Probability Vocabulary: dot plot, frequency table, data, tally marks, histogram, mean, median, mode, range, mean absolute deviation, box and whisker plot, minimum, lower quartile, upper quartile, maximum, and interquartile range 

You can purchase my 6th grade math vocabulary bundle by CLICKING HERE.

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