#  ## Summer Connection Packets

were created in an effort to support students and ensure they are prepared for in grade level learning by late summer/early fall, feature the most critical math lessons - grade-level content that is considered to be imperative and was missed due to school closures.

Illustrative Mathematics Grade 6 Summer Connection Sample.pdf

## Print Materials Unit 2: Introducing Ratios

• Lesson 3, Recipes
• Lesson 5, Defining Equivalent Ratios
• Lesson 6, Introducing Double Number Line Diagrams
• Lesson 8, How Much for One?
• Lesson 9, Constant Speed
• Lesson 11, Representing Ratios with Tables
• Lesson 12, Navigating a Table of Equivalent Ratios

Unit 3: Unit Rate and Percentages

• Lesson 4, Converting Units
• Lesson 5, Comparing Speeds and Prices
• Lesson 11, Percentages and Double Number Lines
• Lesson 15, Finding The Percent of That
• Lesson 16, Finding the Percentage

Unit 6: Expressions and Equations

• Lesson 1, Tape Diagrams and Equations
• Lesson 2, Truth and Equations
• Lesson 4, Practice Solving Equations and Representing Situations with Equations
• Lesson 6, Write Expressions Where Letters Stand for Numbers
• Lesson 8, Equal and Equivalent
• Lesson 9, The Distributive Property, Part I
• Lesson 10, The Distributive Property, Part II
• Lesson 16, Two Related Quantities, Part I
• Lesson 17, Two Related Quantities, Part II

Unit 7: Rational Numbers

• Lesson 1, Positive and Negative Numbers
• Lesson 2, Points on the Number Line
• Lesson 3, Comparing Positive and Negative Numbers
• Lesson 6, Absolute Value of Numbers
• Lesson 11, Points on the Coordinate Plane
• Lesson 13, Interpreting Points on a Coordinate Plane
• Lesson 14, Distances on a Coordinate Plane Unit 2: Introducing Proportional Relationships

• Lesson 4, Proportional Relationships and Equations
• Lesson 6, Using Equations to Solve Problems
• Lesson 7, Comparing Relationships with Tables
• Lesson 8, Comparing Relationships with Equations
• Lesson 10, Introducing Graphs of Proportional Relationships
• Lesson 11, Interpreting Graphs of Proportional Relationships
• Lesson 12, Using Graphs to Compare Relationships

Unit 5: Rational Number Arithmetic

• Lesson 1, Interpreting Negative Numbers
• Lesson 2, Changing Temperatures
• Lesson 3, Changing Elevation
• Lesson 4, Money and Debts
• Lesson 5, Representing Subtraction
• Lesson 6, Subtracting Rational Numbers
• Lesson 8, Position, Speed, and Direction
• Lesson 9, Multiplying Rational Numbers
• Lesson 11, Dividing Rational Numbers
• Lesson 13, Expressions with Rational Numbers
• Lesson 14, Solving Problems with Rational Numbers

Unit 6: Expressions, Equations and Inequalities

• Lesson 10, Different Options for Solving One Equation
• Lesson 11, Using Equations to Solve Problems
• Lesson 18, Subtraction in Equivalent Expressions
• Lesson 20, Combining Like Terms (Part I)
• Lesson 21, Combining Like Terms (Part II)
• Lesson 22, Combining Like Terms (Part III)

Unit 7: Angles, Triangles, and Prisms

• Lesson 5, Using Equations to Solve for Unknown Angles Unit 4: Linear Equations and Linear Systems

• Lesson 3, Balanced Moves
• Lesson 4, More Balanced Moves
• Lesson 5, Solving Any Linear Equation
• Lesson 9, When Are They the Same?
• Lesson 10, On or Off the Line?
• Lesson 12, Systems of Equations
• Lesson 13, Solving Systems of Equations
• Lesson 14, Solving More Systems

Unit 5: Functions and Volume

• Lesson 1, Inputs and Outputs
• Lesson 2, Introduction to Functions
• Lesson 3, Equations for Functions
• Lesson 4, Tables, Equations, and Graphs of Functions
• Lesson 5, More Graphs of Functions
• Lesson 8, Linear Functions
• Lesson 9, Linear Models
• Lesson 10, Piecewise Linear Functions

Unit 6: Associations in Data

• Lesson 3, What a Point in a Scatter Plot Means
• Lesson 4, Fitting a Line to Data
• Lesson 5, Describing Trends in Scatter Plots
• Lesson 6, The Slope of a Fitted Line

Unit 7: Exponents and Scientific Notation

• Lesson 2, Multiplying Powers of Ten
• Lesson 3, Powers of Powers of 10
• Lesson 4, Dividing Powers of 10
• Lesson 5, Negative Exponents with Powers of 10
• Lesson 6, What about Other Bases?
• Lesson 8, Combining Bases

Unit 8: Pythagorean Theorem and Irrational Numbers

• Lesson 1, The Areas of Squares and Their Side Lengths
• Lesson 2, Side Lengths and Areas
• Lesson 3, Rational and Irrational Numbers
• Lesson 5, Reasoning About Square Roots ### ALGEBRA 1

Unit 6: Introduction to Quadratic Functions

• Lesson 1, A Different Kind of Change
• Lesson 2, How Does it Change?
• Lesson 3, Building Quadratic Functions from Geometric Patterns
• Lesson 4, Comparing Quadratic and Exponential Functions
• Lesson 5, Building Quadratic Functions to Describe Situations (Part I)
• Lesson 6, Building Quadratic Functions to Describe Situations (Part II)
• Lesson 8, Equivalent Quadratic Expressions
• Lesson 9, Standard Form and Factored Form
• Lesson 10, Graphs of Functions in Standard and Factored Form
• Lesson 11, Graphing from the Factored Form
• Lesson 14, Graphs That Represent Situations

• Lesson 2, When and Why Do We Write Quadratic Equations?
• Lesson 4, Solving Quadratic Equations with the Zero Product Property
• Lesson 5, How Many Solutions?
• Lesson 6, Rewriting Quadratic Expressions in Factored Form (Part I)
• Lesson 7, Rewriting Quadratic Expressions in Factored Form (Part II)
• Lesson 8, Rewriting Quadratic Expressions in Factored Form (Part III)
• Lesson 9, Solving Quadratic Equations by Using Factored Form
• Lesson 11, What are Perfect Squares?
• Lesson 12, Completing the Square (Part I)
• Lesson 13, Completing the Square (Part II)
• Lesson 15, Quadratic Equations with Irrational Solutions
• Lesson 16, The Quadratic Formula
• Lesson 17, Applying the Quadratic Formula (Part I)