The sixth grade math curriculum provides students with opportunities to explore numerical relationship within expressions, equations, and inequalities. Students will develop critical thinking and reasoning skills to work with data investigations, fractions, ratios, and percents. In seventh grade, students will expand on the math curriculum to dig deeper into the concepts of expressions and equations, and will investigate the real-world applications of geometry and ratios, proportions, and percentages. Students will analyze and interpret data to determine probability. Eighth grade mathematicians will investigate rational numbers, integers, and radical numbers. They will use their thinking skills to solve equations and generate equivalent expressions. In all grade levels, student work is assessed based on the four IB MYP mathematics criteria: Knowing & Understanding, Investigating Patterns, Communicating, and Applying Mathematics in Real-World Contexts. At Kingsbury, math comes alive for students, and they find meaningful and memorable ways to interact with mathematical concepts.