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#### Application Task 6.EE.9

Young mathematicians apply their knowledge of algebraic equations to examine the cost of Sally's U Tunes membership in this problem solving exercise. Given the initial membership fee and the cost per song, learners must write an...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.7

Assess the ability of young mathematicians to model the world algebraically with this exit card assessment. Presented with a series of four equations, pupils must match each one to the appropriate story problem and then choose a single...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.4 Item 2

Danielle needs help figuring out how to evenly package the cookies she baked for her friends. Using the number of oatmeal and chocolate chip cookies she baked, young mathematicians must apply their understanding of greatest common...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.4 Item 3

Young mathematicians apply their knowledge of greatest common factors in order to help Maya prepare for her party. Given the number of blue, white, and green balloons Maya has for decorations, students must determine the most...

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#### Writing Task 6.RP.1

Sixth graders apply their knowledge of rates to solve a simple word problem on this short formative assessment. Using the weekly earnings of two babysitters who work for the same wage, students are asked to determine the number of hours...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.2 Item 3

Wondering how well your students can solve algebraic equations, but don't have time for a long assessment? Look no further than this simple exit card. Given both a division and multiplication equation, learners must solve for each...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.1 Item 2

All numerical expressions are not created equal. This quick exit card problem challenges young mathematicians' understanding of the order of operations as they try to determine which of five expressions are equivalent. Include this...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.1 Item 1

Assess young mathematicians' understanding of the role parentheses play in numerical expressions with a quick quiz. Looking at three problems involving the addition and multiplication of single-digit numbers, students must first evaluate...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.7

Temperature data for Anchorage, Alaska offers an excellent context for assessing young mathematicians' understanding of integers. After first looking at a table of the record low temperatures for each month of the year, learners are...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.6 Item 2

Challenge young scholars' understanding of integers and algebra with a single-question exit card. Presented with an algebraic expression involving two variables, young mathematicians must write a description of the term's location on a...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.6

Engage young mathematicians in using their knowledge of the coordinate plane to reduce Baltimore's crime rate with a fun exit card problem. After first using a coordinate grid to graph the ordered pairs corresponding to crime locations,...

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#### Writing Task 6.RP.2

Angela and Esteban are both fast, but who is faster? This exit card provides the time and distance ran by each child, and requires young mathematicians to use ratios to determine which of the two is the faster runner. A perfect resource...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.5

Use the miserably cold temperatures of Anchorage, Alaska as a tool for assessing young mathematicians' understanding of integers with this exit card. Including a graph of the record low temperatures for this US city, young mathematicians...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.3 Item 2

Young scholars step into the shoes of math teachers as they assess James' attempt to add two decimals on this short exit card assessment. Given the addition problem and proposed solution, students must provide a written explanation for...

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#### Writing Task 6.NS.3

Sara is planning a vacation, but needs some help calculating how much it will cost her. This short exit card provides young mathematicians with the rates for her rental car and hotel, as well as the cost of her plane ticket, which they...

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#### Writing Task 6.G.2

Young mathematicians help figure out how much it will cost to fill Kaylea's sandbox in this real-world geometry problem. Given the dimensions of the sandbox and the cost of sand, students must use their knowledge of volume and unit rates...

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#### Writing Task 6.G.3

Monitor young mathematicians' understanding of the coordinate plane with this short writing exercise. Provided with ordered pairs for three points, students must find the coordinates of a fourth point using information about the distance...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.G.2

How big is Bert's fish tank? Given the tank's dimensions, young mathematicians are asked to determine its total volume, as well as the volume of water that would fill a certain fraction of the tank.

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#### Exit Task 6.G.1

Assess young mathematicians' ability to find the area of two-dimensional shapes with this simple exit card exercise. Given a picture of a trapezoid on a grid, students must find the figure's area and provide a brief written explanation...

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#### Application Task 6.EE.8

Don't break the trampoline! Provided with conditions regarding the use of a trampoline and the weight of the three people already on it, young mathematicians must create and graph an inequality representing the possible weight of the...

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#### Writing Task 6.EE.9

Exactly what is the relationship between the time spent studying for an exam and the grades students receive? Presented with a line graph showing data relating to this question, young mathematicians must explain in writing whether or not...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.9

Get your pineapples here! Given a table showing the cost of buying different amounts of the fruit, young mathematicians must create an algebraic expression for finding the cost of buying any number of pineapples and provide a written...

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#### Exit Ticket 6.EE.8

Challenge young mathematicians' understanding of inequalities with a simple multiple choice exit ticket. Given that x is greater than or equal to eight, students must select real-world contexts and a number line that are rpresented...

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#### How Fit Will She Get?

Young mathematicians demonstrate their ability to solve word problems using numerical expressions in this short exercise. Given Brenda's daily workout schedule, students must write and solve an expression representing the amount of time...