# Algebra and Geometry Challenges for year 6

If your 5th grader doesn't need to know his algebra and geometry yet, it's coming soon. Help him get ahead of the game with these worksheets. While many students are intimidated by these subjects, others find them an exciting new way to use maths.

### The Basics of Algebra: Value of the Expression

Give your fifth grader some practise with variables on this simple algebra worksheet where she'll get to find the value of the expression.

### Rectangle Mania 1

Children learn to identify the length and width of a rectangle, then use these to calculate the rectangle's area, in this geometry worksheet.

### Surface Area Smackdown 1

Make surface area fun with this "boxing" match worksheet. Each box has a different surface area, and the biggest box is the winner!

### Rectangle Mania 2

Introduce your child to algebra with this year 6 worksheet in which your child will use algebraic equations to find the total area of the large rectangle.

### Surface Area Smackdown 2

In this boxing match, the box with the most surface area is the winner and your child is the judge!

### Rectangle Mania 3

Introduce your child to algebra with this year 6 worksheet in which your child will use algebraic equations to find the missing width of each rectangle.

### Surface Area Smackdown 3

Your child will determine the winner of each boxing match by figuring out which box has the most surface area.

### Rectangle Mania 4

Introduce your child to algebra with this year 6 worksheet in which your child will use algebraic equations to find the missing length of each rectangle.

### Surface Area Smackdown 4

Your child will use his geometry skills to find the surface area of each box, and the one with the most surface area wins!

### Rectangle Mania 5

To complete this worksheet, your child will use basic algebraic equations to find the missing width measurement of each rectangle.

### Surface Area Smackdown 5

Your child will get essential geometry practise as she works to find the surface area of each box and determine who wins each match.

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