Author:
DAWNE COKER
Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Assessment, Formative Assessment
Level:
Lower Primary
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    English
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    Education Standards

    T4T Cluster 5 CFA (Common Formative Assessment)

    T4T Cluster 5 CFA (Common Formative Assessment)

    Overview

    This resource is from Tools4NCTeachers.

    A Common Formative Assessment (CFA) provides a snapshot of current student understanding. It serves as a checkpoint, and may be used to guide future whole and small group instruction. This CFA addresses 2nd grade, Cluster 5 standards.

    Here is a sample of this resource. Click the attachment to download the fully-formatted CFA.

     

    1. 63 + 24 + 57 =

     

     

    1. 30 + 75 + 55=

     

     

    1. The second grade classes are having a Reading Challenge.  Class A has read 45 books.  Class B has read 39 books.  Class C has read 51 books.  How many books have the second grade classes read altogether?

     

     

     

    1. There were 217 bottles of water sold at the first baseball game.  155 water bottles were sold at the second baseball game.  How many bottles of water were sold at both games?

     

     

     

    1. A mother blue whale is 114 feet long.  Her baby is 25 feet long.  How much longer is the mother blue whale than the baby blue whale?

     

     

     

    1. Thomas is driving 850 miles across the country to visit his grandparents. He drove for a while, and then stopped for gas.  Now he has 456 miles left to drive.  How far has Thomas driven already?

     

    1. What is 10 more than 813?

     

    1. What is 10 less than 708?

     

     

    1. 92 + 10 = _____

     

     

    1. What is 100 more than 737?

     

     

    1. What is 100 less than 401?

     

     

    1. 34 + 100 = _____

     

    1. Mike is taller than his sister.  His sister is 46 inches tall.  His sister must grow 18 inches to be as tall as Mike.  How tall is Mike?

    Use words, numbers, or pictures to explain your thinking.

    Write an equation that represents the problem.  Use a symbol for the unknown number.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1. The temperature on Monday was 8 degrees warmer than the temperature on Tuesday.  Monday, the temperature was 97 degrees.  What was the temperature on Tuesday?

    Use words, numbers, or pictures to explain your thinking.

    Write an equation that represents the problem.  Use a symbol for the unknown number.

     

     

    1. William had some baseball cards.  His friend gave him 38 more, and now he has 70.  How many baseball cards did William have to start with?

    Use words, numbers, or pictures to explain your thinking.

    Write an equation that represents the problem.  Use a symbol for the unknown number.

     

     

     

     

     

    1. There were some cookies on the plate.  23 kids took a cookie.  Now there are 49 cookies.  How many cookies were on the plate to begin with?

    Use words, numbers, or pictures to explain your thinking.

    Write an equation that represents the problem.  Use a symbol for the unknown number.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ANSWER KEY

    1. 144

    2. 160

    3. 135

    4. 372

    5. 89

    6. 394

    7. 823

    8. 698

    9. 102

    10. 837

    11. 301

    12. 134

    13. 64 inches; 48 + 18 = ___

    14. 89 degrees; 97 - 8 = ___

    15. 32; ___ + 38 = 70 OR 70 - ___ = 38

    16. 72; ___ - 23 = 49 OR 49 + 23 = ___