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- a scorekeeper
- 4-5 marker boards (or page protectors)
- markers
- erasers/paper towel/socks, etc.
The questions rotate through the 10 units in 6th grade math. There are 60 total questions. Allow approximately 30 seconds for responses.

- This is intended to be fast-paced quick answer type game, not heavy on calculations. Recall of important info from this year…
- Suggested use is to place students in 4-5 teams.
- You will need a whiteboard/marker for each team.

Team 4

Team 1

Team 2

Team 3

- The first person in each team answers question 1 on their marker board. All correct responses earn a point for their team.
- If other team members shout out or provide answers their team loses a point.

Team 4

Team 1

Team 2

Team 3

- If none of the people get it correct, play shifts to the next row of students on each team to see if they can answer the question.
- The next question is answered by the next group of students. Students can either shift positions (like a relay) or just pass the marker board back.

Team 4

Team 1

Team 2

Team 3

- for a smaller group, arrange students in a circle
- only 1 person answers each question
- If a student answers a question wrong they sit down
- Last person standing, wins!

CRCTMath Blitz!

about 20 more students

7 , 14, 21

13/4

25%

equation

False- they can have both rotation and reflection symmetry.

1 yard, 3 feet, 36 inches

The line does not go through the origin (0,0)

Volume

1:2

22. It is shown twice, more than any other value.

Composite – 1, 3, 13, 39

5

0.666… or

subtraction

4 times

0.03 grams

4x +2 = y

No – it is not in the form y = kx

8

2:3There are 4 numbers > 2(3,4, 5 ,6) and 6 possible outcomes. 4:6 simplifies to 2:3

0-10 or 0-$10,000

Suzy and Joe run around a circular track. They start at the same time. Suzy takes 9 minutes to run the entire track. Joe takes 15 minutes to run the entire loop. They want to know how many minutes it will be before they are at the same place and time.

Should they find the GCF or LCM of the 2 numbers?

LCM

(same – opposite – and reciprocal)

5

3 x 3 x 3 = 27

180 degrees ( 360/2 = 180)

1 3/8 inches.

½x = y

½

l x w x h / 3

1 There is a 6:6 chance of rolling a 1-6.

Ages of people in the room

0- There are no leaves (no data) in the 3 stem.

8. (1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 24 )

1/8

0.55

In which of the following equations is the solution 2?

3x = 10

x – 2 = 3

7 + x = 11

20/x = 10

Three

80 cups

26 + x =4

26 • 4 = x

20 – 4 = x

5x = 26

rectangular pyramid

21:26

bar graph

circle graph

line graph

box & whisker plot

24

5/6 of a pizza

0.6

2/3

61%

0.2222….

5 x 5 = 25

3 x 10 = 30

No, they are not equivalent.

360/order

8 ounces

The total cost of biscuits is directly proportional to the number of biscuits purchased. If chicken biscuits are $2.50 each, write an equation to represent the situation.

y =$2.50x

surface area

1:2 – 2, 3 and 5 are the only prime numbers so the probability is 3:6, simplified to 1:2.

line graph

2 x 11

4

0.25

1/5

9%

0.8

4x = 22

Any variable is correct.)

M O W

YES

1

k

2

h

3

dk

4

units

5

d

6

c

m

3,000,000

½

You can pick any point on the line, such as (2,1). Remember… k= y/x so k= ½ .

2 π r2 + 2 π r h

l x w x h

π r2 h

0.2222….

volume of a cylinder

0

1