class 6 maths

Here is a list of all the maths skills students learn in Class 6! These skills are organized into topics and sub-topics and are based on the National Curriculum. Click on any link to start practicing.GlobalShiksha will provide real time score and the difficulty of the questions will increase as you improve.

Knowing our Numbers
  1. A.1  Comparing numbers    
  2. A.2  Finding greatest and smallest number    
  3. A.3  Ascending and descending order    
Playing with Numbers
  1. B.1  Introduction to large numbers    
  2. B.2  International system of numeration    
  3. B.3  Place value    
  4. B.4  Number name    
  5. B.5  Even and odd number    
  1. C.1  Fractions - basic & types    
  2. C.2  Fractions - addition and subtraction    
  3. C.3  Fractions - multiplications and divisions    
  4. C.4  Fractions and mixed numbers    
  5. C.5  Fractions - application    
  1. D.1  Estimating to the nearest tens by rounding off    
  2. D.2  Estimating to the nearest hundreds by rounding off    
  3. D.3  Estimating to the nearest thousands by rounding off    
  4. D.4  To estimate sum or difference    
  5. D.5  To estimate products    
Whole numbers
  1. E.1  Predecessor and successor    
  2. E.2  Properties of whole numbers    
  3. E.3  Place value in whole number    
  4. E.4  Words name for numbers    
Multiples and Factors
  1. F.1  Finding multiples    
  2. F.2  Finding factors    
  1. G.1  Tests for divisibility of numbers    
  2. G.2  Estimate the quotient    
Basic Geometrical Concepts
  1. H.1  Line, ray and line segment    
  2. H.2  Types of line    
  3. H.3  Curves    
  4. H.4  Polygons    
  5. H.5  Regular and irregular polygons    
  6. H.6  Measure angles with a protractor    
Understanding Elementary Shapes
  1. I.1  Angles    
  2. I.2  Triangles    
  3. I.3  Quadrilaterals    
  4. I.4  Types of angles    
  5. I.5  Identify trapeziums    
  1. J.1  Ordering of integers    
  2. J.2  Additon of integers    
  3. J.3  Subtraction of integers    
  1. K.1  Fractions as decimals    
  2. K.2  Decimals as fractions    
  3. K.3  Comparing decimals    
  4. K.4  Addition of numbers with decimals    
  5. K.5  Subtraction of decimals    
  6. K.6  What decimal number is illustrated?    
  7. K.7  Which decimal is greater than the one shown in this diagram    
  1. L.1  Perimeter    
  2. L.2  Area    
  3. L.3  Perimeter of figures    
  4. L.4  Area of figures    
  5. L.5  Area between two rectangles    
Ratio and Proportion
  1. M.1  Ratio    
  2. M.2  Proportion    
  3. M.3  Unitary method    
  4. M.4  Ratio with picture    
  1. N.1  Symmetric figures    
  2. N.2  Figures with two lines of symmetry    
  3. N.3  Figures with more than two lines of symmetry    
  4. N.4  Reflection, rotation and translation    
  1. O.1  Introduction to algebra    
  1. P.1  Introduction to average    
Roman numerals
  1. Q.1  Higher roman numerals    
  1. R.1  Introduction to percentage    
  1. S.1  Elapsed time    
Data and graphs
  1. T.1  Interpret pictographs    
  2. T.2  Interpret line graphs    
  3. T.3  Interpret bar graphs    
  4. T.4  Compare numbers    
  5. T.5  Interpret histograms    
Compound event
  1. U.1  Number of outcomes by counting