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Let me guess a few things about you:

★ You are a first, second, or third grade teacher that wants to work smarter.

★ You don’t think “worksheets” belong in a lesson plan as the go-to activity for the day.

... but you also need a way to quickly check in with your students on their learning of specific skills.

... but you need skill based homework (maybe even standards aligned) that will reinforce your lesson from the day.

... but you need something to give to the parents who want to help their child more with a particular skill.

... but you need a formative assessment that will give you some data to present in an IEP, 504, or other meeting.

These Math Skill Checks are not designed for you to simply run copies and use as your lesson of the day. They are designed for two kinds of people: teachers AND students.

**Here is what your students need:**

⇒ Fonts that are easy to read

⇒ Simple directions

⇒ Consistent formatting

⇒ Focus on one skill at a time

⇒ Zero “clutter” on their page

What YOU need as their teacher is a common assessment of student learning whose results are used to **drive your instruction**.

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**Math Skill Checks by Cupcakes & Curriculum include 10+ pages of practice for each of the Common Core State Standards for math in first, second, and third grades. If you are NOT a Common Core using teacher, these skill checks are still valuable to you, as each page also lists the specific skill that is addressed.**

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Check out all of the individual skills covered in this page bundle:

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**KINDERGARTEN SKILL CHECKS BUNDLE**

**K.CC.1 – Counting to 100 by 1s and 10s**

•Fill in the missing numbers from a 100s chart (5 pages)

•Skip count by 10s (4 pages)

•Connect the dots (2 pages)

•Write numbers 1-50 (1 page)

•Write numbers 51-100 (1 page)

•Count by 10s using dimes (1 page)

**K.CC.2 – Counting Forward**

•Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 2-20 (4 pages)

•Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 21-99 (2 pages)

•Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 2-20 (2 pages)

•Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 21-99 (2 pages)

•Counting forward ice cream scoops starting between 2-99 (4 pages)

**K.CC.3 – Recognize and Write Numbers 1-20**

•Count objects then write the number (3 pages)

•Trace and write numbers 1-20 (1 page)

•Spin a number and write it in a gumball (4 pages)

•Match the number to the ten frame (2 pages)

**K.CC.4 – Relationship Between Numbers and Quantities**

- Draw circles when given number (2 pages)
- Circle number when shown quantity (2 pages)
- Color in 5 frame with given number (2 pages)
- Color pictures and count quantity of each image (1 page)
- Cut and paste dice and match to quantity (1 page)
- Cut and paste dominoes and match to quantity (1 page)
- Cut and paste tens frames and match to quantity (1 page)

**K.CC.5 – Counting Objects to Answer HOW MANY?**

- Draw circles when given number. (1 page)
- Write number when shown a quantity (3 pages)
- Match number to quantity (3 pages)
- Cut and paste number to show quantity. (3 pages)

**K.CC.6 – Comparing Quantities**

- Color MORE and LESS than a quantity pictured (2 pages)
- Circle the set that has more (2 pages)
- Circle the set that has less (2 pages)
- Write GREATER or LESS in the blanks when shown quantities (2 pages)
- Match equal quantities (2 pages)

**K.CC.7 – Comparing Numbers**

- Circle the number that is more in each bubble (2 pages)
- Circle the number that is less in each bubble (2 pages)
- Circle the number that is greater in each box (1 page)
- Circle the number that is less than in each box (1 page)
- Cut and paste 2 sets of numbers from least to greatest (1 page)
- Cut and paste symbols to compare numbers (3 pages)

**Measurement and Data**

**K.MD.1 - Describing Objects**

•Match the picture to the descriptive word (2 pages)

•Identifying given pictures as heavy or light (1 page)

•Identifying given pictures as tall or short (1 page)

•Writing the number of given cubes long a pencil is (2 pages)

•Circling the correct descriptive word to describe a picture (2 pages)

•Using a word bank, coming up with a descriptive word for a picture (2 pages)

**K.MD.2 - Comparing Objects**

•Identifying 2 things as taller/shorter or lighter/heavier (2 pages)•

Coloring the object that holds more (1 page)

•Coloring the object that holds less (1 page)

•Coloring the object that is taller (1 page)

•Coloring the object that is shorter (1 page)

•Coloring the object that is heavier (1 page)

•Coloring the object that is lighter (1 page)

•Coloring pencils that are longer or shorter than the given example (2 pages)

**K.MD.3 - Classifying Objects**

•Classifying shapes by coloring and counting (2 pages)

•Classifying circles by coloring and counting (3 pages)

•Classifying objects into two categories and counting; cut & paste (5 pages)

**Number and Operations in Base Ten**

**K.NBT.1 - Compose/Decompose Numbers 11-19**

•Match the number to the tens frames (2 pages)

•Write the tens and ones, then write the number based on the picture of base ten blocks (2 pages)

•Match the number to the base ten blocks (2 pages)

•Finish the equation based on the tens frames (2 pages)

•Color in tens frames based on equation (2 pages)

•Draw base ten cubes to represent an equation (2 pages)

**Geometry**

**K.G.1 – Shapes and Positional Words**

•Match the description to the picture (3 pages)

•Circle the picture that matches the description (4 pages)

•Color the shape that makes the description true (3 pages)

**K.G.2 – Naming Shapes**

•Match the shape to the name (2 pages)

•Trace the word and draw the shape (2 pages)

•Write the shape using a word bank (4 pages)

•Color the correct shape (2 pages)

•Cut and paste the shapes into the correct column (2 pages)

**K.G.3 – 2D & 3D Shapes**

•Color 2D shapes and 3D shapes (2 pages)

•Circle the correct shape in each row (2 pages)

•Cut and paste the shape into the correct column (1 page)

•Finish the sentence with FLAT or SOLID (1 page)

•Circle the correct object in each row (2 pages)

•Match the shape to the real world object (2 pages)

**K.G.4 – Analyze and Compare Shapes**

- Match description to shape (1 page)
- Finish each sentence with numbers to describe shapes (1 page)
- Draw to shapes and write how they are same/different (3 pages)
- Identify number of vertices (1 page)
- Cut and paste into correct categories (4 pages)

**K.G.5 – Model Shapes**

- Complete dot to dot and name shapes using word bank (2 pages)
- Trace and draw shapes (1 page)
- Finish drawing shapes and name shapes using word bank (3 pages)
- Construct shapes and name attributes (2 pages)
- Trace shapes and use ruler to draw 5 more (2 pages)

**K.G.6 – Compose Simple Shapes to Form Larger Shapes**

- Use smaller shapes to make new shape -trace and draw (2 pages)
- Use tangrams to draw a picture (1 page)
- Make given pictures with tangrams and count shapes used in each (3 pages)
- Cut smaller shapes and paste onto larger shapes (4 pages)

**Operations and Algebraic Thinking**

**K.OA.1 – Addition and Subtraction Within 10**

▪️ Solve an addition equation based on a picture (2 pages)

▪️ Write an addition equation based on a picture (1 page)

▪️ Solve a subtraction equation based on a picture (2 pages)

▪️ Draw a picture based on a subtraction equation (1 page)

▪️ Add two dice (2 pages)

▪️ Add 2 five-frames (2 pages)

▪️ Match the picture to the equation (1 page)

**K.OA.2 – Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Within 10**

▪️ Solve an addition word problem by showing a picture, number line, equation, and tracing a sentence. (10 pages)

▪️ Solve a subtraction word problem by showing a picture, number line, equation, and tracing a sentence. (10 pages)

**K.OA.3 – Decomposing Numbers**

▪️ Show 3 ways to make 3 (1 page)

▪️ Show 4 ways to make 4 (1 page)

▪️ Show 5 ways to make 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 (5 pages)

▪️ Complete the number bond (2 pages)

▪️ Complete the part-part-whole table (2 pages)

**K.OA.4 – Making Ten**

▪️ Color cubes and write an equation to make ten (1 page)

▪️ Write an equation based on a picture of cubes to make ten (1 page)

▪️ Color in a ten frame to match an equation that equals ten (2 pages)

▪️ Complete the part-part-whole (1 page)

▪️ Complete the part-part-whole with the sum and 1 addend given (1 page)

▪️ Write an equation that matches the picture of the ten frame (2 pages)

▪️ Complete the number bond (1 page)

▪️ Complete the number bond with the sum and 1 addend given (1 page)

**K.OA.5 – Fluently Add and Subtract Within 5**

▪️ Solve vertical addition equations (2 pages)

▪️ Solve horizontal addition equations (2 pages)

▪️ Match the sum to the equation (2 pages)

▪️ Complete the number bond (2 pages)

▪️ Complete the part-part-whole (2 pages)

▪️ Color by Number with equations to 5 (1 page)

➡ **First Grade Math Skill Checks [BUNDLE]**

**1.G.1 - Shapes and Their Attributes**

**1.G.2 - Composite Shapes**

**1.G.3 - Decomposing Shapes**

**1.OA.1 - Addition and Subtraction Word Problems**

**1.OA.2 - 3-Addend Word Problems**

**1.OA.3 - Associative and Commutative Property**

**1.OA.4 - Subtraction as Unknown Addend Addition**

**1.OA.5 - Relating Counting to Addition and Subtraction**

**1.OA.6 - Adding and Subtracting Fluently**

**1.OA.7 - True or False and The Equal Sign**

**1.OA.8 - Missing Numbers in Equations**

**1.MD.1 - Ordering Objects by Length**

**1.MD.2 - Measuring Length of Objects**

**1.MD.3 - Telling Time (Nearest hour and half hour)**

**1.MD.4 - Data and Graphing**

**1.NBT.1 - Counting to 120**

**1.NBT.2 - Tens and Ones**

**1.NBT.3 - Comparing Numbers**

**1.NBT.4 - Adding Within 100**

**1.NBT.5 - Ten More, Ten Less**

**1.NBT.6 - Subtract Multiples of 10**

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**➡ Second Grade Math Skill Checks [BUNDLE]**

**2.MD.1 - Measuring With Logical Units**

**2.MD.2 - Measuring an Object Twice**

**2.MD.3 - Estimating Lengths**

**2.MD.4 - Comparing Measurements of Objects**

**2.MD.5 - Measurement Word Problems**

**2.MD.6 - Representing Wholes on Number Lines**

**2.MD.7 - Telling Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes**

**2.MD.8 - Money and Money Word Problems**

**2.MD.9 - Showing Measurement Data on Line Plots**

**2.MD.10 - Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs**

**2.NBT.1 - Place Value Practice: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones**

**2.NBT.2 - Counting Within 1000 and Skip Counting**

**2.NBT.3 - Expanded Form, Word Form and Standard Form for Numbers Within 1000**

**2.NBT.4 - Comparing Three-Digit Numbers**

**2.NBT.5 - Add and Subtract 2-Digit Numbers**

**2.NBT.6 - Add 3-Digit and 4-Digit Numbers**

**2.NBT.7 - Add and Subtract 3-Digit Numbers**

**2.NBT.8 - Ten More/Ten Less & 100 More/100 Less**

**2.NBT.9 - Modeling and Explaining Addition and Subtraction**

**2.OA.1 - Addition and Subtraction Word Problems**

**2.OA.2 - Addition and Subtraction**

**2.OA.3 - Odd and Even Numbers**

**2.OA.4 - Arrays and Repeated Addition**

**2.G.1 - Recognize 2d and 3d shapes**

**2.G.2 - Partition Rectangles; Rows and Columns**

**2.G.3 - Partition Circles and Rectangles; Halves, Thirds, Fourths**

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**➡ Third Grade Math Skill Checks [BUNDLE]**

**3.G.1 - Shapes and Their Attributes**

**3.G.2 - Partitioning Shapes into Equal Parts**

**3.MD.1 - Time to the Nearest Minute; Elapsed Time**

**3.MD.2 - Measuring and Estimating Liquid Volumes and Masses**

**3.MD.3 - Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs**

**3.MD.4 - Measuring to the Quarter Inch; Line Plots**

**3.MD.5 - Concepts and Measurements of Area**

**3.MD.6 - Area by Tiling; Area of Odd Shapes**

**3.MD.7 - Perimeter**

**3.NBT.1 - Rounding to the Nearest 10 and 100**

**3.NBT.2 - Addition and Subtraction Within 1000**

**3.NBT.3 - Multiplying Multiples of 10**

**3.NF.1 - Identifying Fractions**

**3.NF.2 - Fractions on a Number Line**

**3.NF.3 - Comparing Fractions; Equivalent Fractions; Whole Numbers**

**3.OA.1 - Multiplication Strategies**

**3.OA.2 - Division Strategies**

**3.OA.3 - Multiplication and Division Word Problems**

**3.OA.4 - Solving for Unknown Numbers**

**3.OA.5 - Properties of Multiplication**

**3.OA.6 - Division Related to Multiplication**

**3.OA.7 - Multiplication Fact Fluency**

**3.OA.8 - Multi-Step Word Problems**

**3.OA.9 - Arithmetic Patterns**

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CCSS2.G.A.3

Partition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, thirds, half of, a third of, etc., and describe the whole as two halves, three thirds, four fourths. Recognize that equal shares of identical wholes need not have the same shape.

CCSS2.G.A.2

Partition a rectangle into rows and columns of same-size squares and count to find the total number of them.

CCSS2.G.A.1

Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

CCSS2.OA.C.4

Use addition to find the total number of objects arranged in rectangular arrays with up to 5 rows and up to 5 columns; write an equation to express the total as a sum of equal addends.

CCSS2.OA.C.3

Determine whether a group of objects (up to 20) has an odd or even number of members, e.g., by pairing objects or counting them by 2s; write an equation to express an even number as a sum of two equal addends.

Total Pages

1000+

Answer Key

N/A

Teaching Duration

Lifelong tool

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