This file contains practice with the student expectation TEK 3.2C, a supporting, in which students are asked to represent a number on a number line as being between two consecutive multiples of 10;100;1,000 or 10,000 and use words to describe the relative size of numbers in order to round whole numbers.
Each assessment has 4 questions, and then also has an accompanied mirror assessment. The mirror assessments are similar in nature, but use different numbers and answers for each.
Quick formative assessments are a vital piece of a data-driven math classroom. These assessments would be great to use throughout the year as you teach each standard, or use them as test prep to prepare for STAAR! Each assessment is a no-prep, print-and-go quiz that can also serve as TEK specific independent practice, homework, center work, bell ringer, pre and post-test, or test prep for the upcoming STAAR assessment. Multiple versions of these quick assessments allow you to reteach and reassess with quickly with your students.