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The order of teaching math topics in sixth grade may vary depending on the curriculum and teaching method used, but in general, a good starting point for teaching math in sixth grade would be:

- Basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) with integers, fractions, and decimals
- Place value and number sense up to 10^9
- Ratios, Proportions and percents
- Basic algebraic concepts (including solving equations and graphing linear equations)
- Geometry and measurement (including perimeter, area, volume, and angle measures)
- Data analysis and probability (including mean, median, mode, range, and probability)
- Basic geometry concepts (points, lines, planes, and symmetry)
- Rounding and estimation
- Basic concepts of geometry in 2D and 3D, including symmetry and transformations.
- Basic concepts of statistics and data analysis.
- Basic concepts of scientific notation
- Basic concepts of exponents and scientific notation
- Basic concepts of square roots and basic concepts of geometry(surface area and volume)
- Basic concepts of ratios, rates, and unit rates
- Basic concepts of proportional reasoning
- Basic concepts of absolute value and integers
- Basic concepts of prime factorization
- Problem-solving and reasoning
- Graphing and data interpretation
- Mental Maths
- Basic concepts of geometry and measurement conversions