Scope and Sequence  CESA #7 developed curriculum map for approaching 6th grade Common Core standards
Sample Scope and Sequence 2  a curriculum guide developed by the Charles A. Dana Center as part of the Common Core Tool Box
Unpacked Math Standards  this North Carolina document gives details and examples for each of the content standards and math practices at the 6th grade level.
Kansas Common Core Flipbook for 6th Grade  this "flipbook" from the Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics is fantastic! It deeply describes the standards individually and provides sample problems, student misconceptions, and connections to other related standards (progressions).
Collection of 68 Mathematics Tasks  a collection of highquality tasks that align with the approach of the Common Core (thanks to the Albuquerque Public Schools!)  The acronym for the strand (or topic) of each task is described at the bottom of the page.
Mathematics Assessment Project  this resource includes lessons, tasks and assessments (formative too) direclty connected to the math standards by grade level. Dig around  it's surprising how much is here, including tasks linked to the math practices.
Effective fractions instruction  webinar from WestEd on how to effectively teach fractions
Illustrative Mathematics  for each of the domains of K8 math, you can click to reveal the common core standards and then click "see illustrations", which provides a list of rich math tasks that cover these concepts.
Inside Mathematics  this extensive resource from the Noyce Foundation provides many resources including a video clip of an exemplary 5/6 lesson connecting to the mathematical practices. They also have videos from across most grade levels demonstrating math practices and a page of fantastic sixth grade specific resources, including math tasks by standard.
Balanced Assessment in Mathematics Program  a program out of Harvard that has compiled loads of highquality assessment tasks, K12. Go to the listing of middle school assessments here (68). There is also a set of 57 assessments.
Standards for Mathematical Practice Posters  A district in Utah has produced posters of each of the math practices modified for each grade level K6, with examples.
Kansas Common Core Flipbook for 6th Grade  this "flipbook" from the Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics is fantastic! It deeply describes the standards individually and provides sample problems, student misconceptions, and connections to other related standards (progressions).
NSDL Collection of Common Core Math for 6th Grade  this page contains a digital collection of math related resources, lessons, websites and games by math standard for 6th grade.
SECC Videos for Understanding the CCSS in Math in 6th Grade  series of videos designed to clarify the meaning of individual standards by discussing the language of the standard and giving an example problem (has K12 videos available).
Learning Trajectories of the Standards  click on the hexagon image here and you can find the learning trajectories (the standard developed across grade levels) for your students within each of the domains.
Assessments:
Computerbased items released from Smarter Balanced  there have been a set of computerbased items released that you can go through and actually answer online. If you go to the top of the page you can select, "view more sample items" to see a list of sample questions by grade level. You can also select "about this item" at the top to see which specific standards connect to the test item.
Smarter Balanced example performance task  students use knowledge of ratios, percentages, decimals, and money to design a bracelet  6.RP.1, 6.RP.2, 6.RP.3, 6.EE.7, 6.EE.9, 6.NS.3, 5.NBT.4
Smarter Balanced example performance task  students use knowledge of perimeter, area, decimals and money to design a garden and planter boxes  6.EE.9, 6.G.1, 6.G.2, 5MD.3, 5.MD.5, 5.OA.2, 4.MD.3
Smarter Balanced example extended response  students use knowledge of volume to fill a truck with boxes and justify answer  6.G.2, 6.NS.3
Smarter Balanced example extended response  students use the distributive property and justify their answer  6.EE.3
Smarter Balanced example extended response  students look at data and have to describe why the mean or median is the best measure of center  6.SP.5
