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Have your first graders learned the most important skills presented in the first grade modules? Are your new second graders ready to take on the second grade modules? What skills do you need to provide additional practice for? This assessment will give you the information you want for individual learners as well as for your grade level. The test has 2 parts to provide ease of administration across 2 days or 2 periods.

Great for AIS as well.

Covers all Operations and Algebraic Thinking and Numbers and Operations in Base Ten standards.

Includes Item Analysis page for easy skill targeting.

Item analysis:

Item Analysis

1. Write the number needed to make 10 (9 items)

2. Circle the partners of 10 and write a new number sentence to add to 10. (2 items)

3. Write a related subtraction fact for each addition sentence. (2 items)

4. Write a related addition fact for each subtraction sentence. (2 items)

5. Write a number bond in each number sentence to subtract using the “take from ten” strategy. Write the new number sentence.

completes modeled: ___ independent: ___

6. Draw a number bond in each number sentence to add using the “make ten to add” strategy. Write the new number sentence.

completes modeled: ___ independent: ___

7. Circle commutative property number sentences that are true.

8. Write the number that makes each commutative property number sentence true. (2 items)

9. Fill in the missing numbers in the sequence.

ascending descending

10. Write the number 43 as tens and ones in the place value chart.

11. Represent each number using quick tens. (2 items)

12. Add and Subtract 10 and 1. Use drawings or mental math. (6 items)

13. Use <, > or = to compare the pairs of numbers. (3 items)

14. Use <, > or = to compare the pairs of numbers with some represented as tens and ones. (4 items)

15. Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 20.

• Add ones

• Use Subtraction to Solve for Missing Addend

• Work with tens and ones

• Subtract Ones

• Subtract Across Ten

• Use Addition to Solve Subtraction

16. Write the number and draw a number bond for 3 tens and 1 one.

Part 2: Read, Draw and Write to solve word problems

1. Add to find the total.

2. Subtract to find the difference.

3. Find the missing part

4. Comparison: How many more?

5. Comparison: How many fewer?

6. Add with 3 addends

7. Find missing addend / change.

8. Add two addends, then subtract.

9. Use a number bond to decompose a 2 digit number into tens and ones.

10. Use strategies based on place value to solve double digit addition and subtraction.

Strategies Student Used:

Vertical Method: ____

Quick Tens: ____

Number Bonds: _____

Great for AIS as well.

Covers all Operations and Algebraic Thinking and Numbers and Operations in Base Ten standards.

Includes Item Analysis page for easy skill targeting.

Item analysis:

Item Analysis

1. Write the number needed to make 10 (9 items)

2. Circle the partners of 10 and write a new number sentence to add to 10. (2 items)

3. Write a related subtraction fact for each addition sentence. (2 items)

4. Write a related addition fact for each subtraction sentence. (2 items)

5. Write a number bond in each number sentence to subtract using the “take from ten” strategy. Write the new number sentence.

completes modeled: ___ independent: ___

6. Draw a number bond in each number sentence to add using the “make ten to add” strategy. Write the new number sentence.

completes modeled: ___ independent: ___

7. Circle commutative property number sentences that are true.

8. Write the number that makes each commutative property number sentence true. (2 items)

9. Fill in the missing numbers in the sequence.

ascending descending

10. Write the number 43 as tens and ones in the place value chart.

11. Represent each number using quick tens. (2 items)

12. Add and Subtract 10 and 1. Use drawings or mental math. (6 items)

13. Use <, > or = to compare the pairs of numbers. (3 items)

14. Use <, > or = to compare the pairs of numbers with some represented as tens and ones. (4 items)

15. Addition and Subtraction Fluency within 20.

• Add ones

• Use Subtraction to Solve for Missing Addend

• Work with tens and ones

• Subtract Ones

• Subtract Across Ten

• Use Addition to Solve Subtraction

16. Write the number and draw a number bond for 3 tens and 1 one.

Part 2: Read, Draw and Write to solve word problems

1. Add to find the total.

2. Subtract to find the difference.

3. Find the missing part

4. Comparison: How many more?

5. Comparison: How many fewer?

6. Add with 3 addends

7. Find missing addend / change.

8. Add two addends, then subtract.

9. Use a number bond to decompose a 2 digit number into tens and ones.

10. Use strategies based on place value to solve double digit addition and subtraction.

Strategies Student Used:

Vertical Method: ____

Quick Tens: ____

Number Bonds: _____

Total Pages

8 pages

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