Grade 3 Math Makes Sense (2004) Unit 5: Data Management and Unit 6: Measurements Assessment
What’s inside this booklet?
Teacher answer sheets to Math Makes Sense Grade 3 (2004 Edition)
Units 5 and 6.
Parents/Teacher Communication Letter.
Student Worksheets for complete unit assessments for Math Makes Senses (Grade 3: 2004 Edition).
Suggested grading level out of :
Part A: Knowledge and Understanding (_____/5 marks)
5 multiple-choices based on units and (Connection to EQAO).
Part B: Applying mathematical skills (_____/3 marks)
1 Question to assess student's use of math computational skills on $.
Part C: Connections and Extensions to EQAO (_____/12 marks)
Question 1: Calculating the capacity of juice containers.
Question 2: Determining, extending and concluding a monthly timeline.
Question 3: Identifying data on a tally chart to create a bar graph.
Teacher Forwards: This assessment was created based on Math Makes Sense Grade 3 (2004 Edition). However, the questions are more challenging than the ones that you see from Addison Wesley; that comes with the text. Make sure you go through the student assessment booklet to see the types of critical and higher-level thinking in your student’s expected answers; so that you can introduce the language that will be used in the grade 3 EQAO Assessments; therefore preparing your students for future success.
You can also use these worksheets for the end of the year math review, supporting your students to be ready for the EQAO Assessments. Also, you may use these questions to encourage your students/children to do more work as part of their
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