Grade Nine Math Curriculum

In what order should Grade Nine students complete math lessons? We decided to create our own Grade Nine math curriculum. Following the math worksheets and lessons in this order will make it easy for parents, teachers, and most of all students.

The curriculum guide is broken into two topics per week. This is a good pace for Grade Nine students during the school year. Over the summer, you might want to do two weeks of work every week. Just follow the weeks in order to follow the curriculum guide.

If your student is more advanced than the early weeks, fill free to skip ahead. We would suggest that it is perfectly alright and even advantageous to allow students to succeed early on. As it will help them to build "math confidence".

Week 1

  1. Calculate Value
  2. Central Tendency - Mean, Mode, Median

Week 2

  1. Common Factors
  2. Exponents

Week 3

  1. Closure Property
  2. Operations with Signed Numbers

Week 4

  1. Add and Subtract Rational Fractions
  2. Binary Operations

Week 5

  1. Factorials
  2. Categorizing Data and Bias

Week 6

  1. Organizing and Interpreting Data
  2. Perimeter and Circumference

Week 7

  1. Metric/English Measurement Conversions and Rates
  2. Changing Standard Form to Scientific Notation & Changing Scientific Notation to Standard Form

Week 8

  1. Absolute Value Equations
  2. Counting Principle

Week 9

  1. Approximations of Irrational Numbers
  2. Binary Operations Advanced

Week 10

  1. Graphs and Equations of Lines
  2. Solve for an Unknown

Week 11

  1. Express as a Single Logarithm
  2. Draw the Line

Week 12

  1. Graphs of Circles
  2. Error in Measurement

Week 13

  1. Evaluate Expressions with Fractional Exponents
  2. Slope of a Line

Week 14

  1. Slopes and Equations of Lines
  2. Multiplication and Division of Algebraic Fractions

Week 15

  1. Evaluating Expressions
  2. Signed Numbers Word Problems

Week 16

  1. Exponential Growth and Decay
  2. Factorial Notation

Week 17

  1. Standard Form of Complex Numbers
  2. Angles

Week 18

  1. Multiplication/Division with Scientific Notation
  2. Review Practice with Factoring

Week 19

  1. Powers
  2. Rational and Irrational Numbers

Week 20

  1. Addition and Subtraction of Algebraic Fractions
  2. Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials

Week 21

  1. Graphs of Parabolas
  2. Power Word Problems

Week 22

  1. Solving Factorable Quadratic Equations
  2. Simplifying Radicals

Week 23

  1. Simplifying (or Reducing) Algebraic Fractions
  2. Angles with Parallel Lines

Week 24

  1. Properties of Real Numbers
  2. Tree Diagrams

Week 25

  1. Line Symmetry
  2. Simplify Square Roots with Negative Numbers

Week 26

  1. Graphs of Linear Equations: Slope and Intercept
  2. Point Symmetry

Week 27

  1. Reflection in a Line
  2. Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers

Week 28

  1. Percentiles and Quartiles
  2. Properties of Real Numbers (Advanced)

Week 29

  1. Linear Systems: Write as a Linear Equation
  2. Reflection in a Point

Week 30

  1. Imaginary Unit
  2. Proof Warm Ups