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Do you need a quick math assessment to check your 2nd grade students' progress? The following skills are assessed:
-comparing numbers (1.NBT.3/2.NBT.4)
-numbers before/after (1.NBT.1/2.NBT.2)
-number sense using tens and ones (1.NBT.2/2.NBT.1)
-skip counting (2s, 5s, 10s off the decade, 100s) (2.NBT.2)
-addition 1 digit/1 digit, 2 digit/1 digit, four 2 digit numbers (1.OA.6/2.NBT.5/2.NBT.6)
-subtraction 1 digit/1 digit, 2 digit/1 digit (1.OA.6/2.OA.2)
-related facts (aka fact family) (2.OA.2/2.NBT.5)
-missing symbols in equations
-word problems (add/sub) (1.OA.1/2.OA.1)
-solve for missing number in an equation (add/sub) (2.OA.2)
This was used to establish a baseline to understand the incoming 2nd graders' math skills. Thus, both 1st grade and 2nd grade standards are included to allow the teacher to see any gaps that may not reviewing from first grade.
The assessment may also be helpful for sending home with parents as extra practice, so parents can see firsthand what their student may need support in mastering by the end of the year.
If you're looking for a Common Formative Assessment (CFA) to be used yearlong to track your students' growth over time, this "quick" math assessment could be given at the beginning (baseline), mid-, and end of year for informative data. It's considered "quick" because not all 2nd grade math standards are included. However, several of the most essential first and second grade skills are represented in this assessment.