In this assessment task, students compute problems that add and subtract 10s and 100s and explain their thinking.
In this assessment task, students are shown a flash card and write down their answer, then when asked they show the group their answer.
In this assessment task students will use clay to build three dimensional shapes and describe the defining attributes. An assessment task sheet and rubric are provided.
In this assessment task students are asked to solve a story problem using math manipulatives. They may use the operations of addition or subtraction to solve the problem. Students can represent their thinking by using manipulatives or by explaining to the teacher how they solved the problem. The teacher can also take a picture as evidence that the student understands the concept. An assessment sheet and rubric is provided.
In this activity students will demonstrate an understanding that addition is putting together. Students will show and explain with pictures, words or a number sentence that 3 plus 7 is 10 not 9. They will put together different combinations of apples and bananas to represent different addition sentences. A task card and rubric are provided. To access this task, click on the link, scroll down to the title Apples and Bananas, click on it and the task will open.
In this assessment students will solve an addition word problem three different ways. Students should have two sided bean counters to assist them with solving the problem. A rubric, student worksheet, and an assessment task sheet are provided.
In this assessment task students solve a story problem using math manipulatives or the student can explain how they solved the problem. The teacher can also take a picture as evidence of understanding. Students will use the subtraction operation to solve this problem. An assessment task and a rubric are provided.
In this assessment task students will use manipulatives to solve two story problems with numbers from 11-19. They are encouraged to use a Ten Frame to solve the problem and are asked to write a number sentence for each problem. The teacher can ask students to explain their answer or take a picture as evidence of proficiency. An assessment sheet and rubric are provided.
For this assessment task, students analyze two equations written in different ways. Students solve both equations and explain their thinking.
In this assessment students are asked to compare 2-D and 3-D shapes. Students will be given a rectangle and a cube. Students are asked whether the shapes are 2-D or 3-D and whether they are flat or solid. Students will use a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast the attributes of the shapes. An assessment sheet and rubric are provided.
In this assessment task students are asked to use a Venn Diagram to compare 3-D solid shapes. Students are given a cube and a cylinder. They are asked how the shapes are the same and how they are different. Teachers can dictate student responses. An assessment sheet and rubric are provided.
In this assessment task, students use the greater than, less than or equal to symbols to solve a problem and explain their thinking in words, pictures or numbers.
For this assessment, students compare numbers, complete number sentences to make them true, and explain how they know a given number sentence is true.