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Monday, June 19, 2017

Summer NO PREP Math Packet Grades 6 to 7

Do you want to assign your 6th graders a fun summer review?

Do you want to challenge students in reviewing Math Skills for 7th grade?

If you said YES, this is the perfect Summer Math packet that your 6th grade students will want to complete! This packet is FUN and FULL of sixth-grade math problems. Students love the fun coloring, puzzles, and problem solving activities.

How to use it:
1. A fun review at the end of 6th grade during May & June or after testing!
2. A summer packet for students to complete at home during June, July, & August!
3. A beginning of 7th grade year review activities during August & September!!


  • This is a 30 day Summer Math Activities Packet. It is the perfect math review to help students avoid the Summer Slide!
  • FUN activities and puzzles centered on reviewing math curriculum.
  • Designed for students who have completed 6th grade and are going into 6th grade. Great end of year review for 6th Grade or Beginning of the Year for 7th Grade!
  • Packed with 6th grade math problems for review and practice. Tied to benchmarks required for 7th grade.
  • Keep your students on target with the tracking page. As they complete pages in the packet, students will color a part of a beach picture until they complete the packet.
  • ALL ANSWER KEYS are included.
  • A Sample Letter to parents & students from Math Department. (I use this every year when I send home the summer packet!)
  • Certificate of completion for finishing this FUN Summer Packet.
  • Lots of coloring fun! Students are encouraged to color every page of the Summer math packet.

Table of Contents:
Days 1-4: Understand ratios & unit rates
Days 5-8: Multiplying & dividing fractions
Days 9-12: Computations of decimals
Days 13-16: Rational Numbers
Days 17-19: Write & evaluate expressions
Day 20-22: Solve one-variable equations & inequalities
Day 23-24: Represent relationships with variables
Day 25-26: Understanding area, surface area, & volume
Day 27-29: Understanding statistics
Day 30: Summarizing distributions

I hope this is an engaging and fun Summer packet for your sixth grade students to complete. I also have Summer packets available for grades 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7.

Happy Teaching!