This test is one of the two money assessments I created for the 2nd grade teachers in our district.
The assessment seen here is 4 pages, but in lieu of giving all 4 pages, you can break up the assessment into higher level and lower level assessments. (Page 1- Lower Level, Page 2- Higher Level, Page 3 and 4- Medium/Higher Level, but I can send you the Word Copy if you'd like to add adaptations.)
Page 1- For this portion of the assessment, students will need 4 crayons or markers. You will instruct students to choose one color. They will outline the coin in number 1 using that color. They will then outline one box from each column, showing the coin's name, and value. (This seems complex, but my 2nd graders were successful with this.)
Page 2- Page 2 assesses basic vocabulary such as: quarter, nickel, dime, penny, value, bills, and coins. This page of the test is of greater rigor than Page 1.
Page 3 and 4- These two pages can be copied front to back. Students will be assessed on : the various mixtures of coins that make one dollar, common coin mixtures, knowledge of our currency (does everyone use our currency?), and application of skip counting skills to finding the total amount of change.
Note: I recommend using plastic coins during this portion of the assessment.
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