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## Assessments for 1.NBT.1

#### Rote Counting Interview – 1.NBT.1

Individual interview assessment checking on students rote counting skills to 120 (counting from 1-120 and counting up from any given number).

#### Fill in the Hundred Chart – 1.NBT.1

Independent assessment for students to fill in a hundreds chart (with some numbers already filled in, only to 50, and to 120).

#### Fill in the Hundred Chart Race – 1.NBT.1

Partners play a game and write numerals to 120.

Fill in the Hundred Chart Race

#### Spin to Win – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4

Students spin a “wheel” to get numbers that they use to complete a math problem.

#### Grid Picture – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.4

Students make a grid picture using squares and then figure out how many squares were used to make the picture.

#### Number Paths Assessment – 1.NBT.1

Student continue number sequences or “paths” on a grid.

#### Going to the Store – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4,1.NBT.6

Students are asked about what they would purchase at the store given a set amount of money and prices.

#### How Many Pencils? – 1.OA.1,1.NBT.1,1.NBT.6

Students are asked story questions about pencils.

#### Finish the Puzzle – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.5

Students work with simple math puzzles where a central number is manipulated left, right, up and down to complete a small grid.

#### Four in a Row – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.5

Students play this BINGO style game with a grid and try to get four in a row based on results of equations.

## Assessments for 1.NBT.2

#### Grid Picture – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.4

Students make a grid picture using squares and then figure out how many squares were used to make the picture.

#### Finish the Puzzle – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.5

Students work with simple math puzzles where a central number is manipulated left, right, up and down to complete a small grid.

#### Four in a Row – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.5

Students play this BINGO style game with a grid and try to get four in a row based on results of equations.

#### Who is right? – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2

Students reflect on which of the example students is correct in their thoughts about various numbers.

#### Number Riddles 2 – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2

Students complete number riddles that utilize equations in word format.

#### Number Riddles 3 – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2

Students complete number riddles that utilize equations in word format.

#### Number Riddles – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2

Students complete number riddles that put equations into words.

#### How Many Triangles? – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2

Students think about multiples using triangles and filling in sentences.

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## Assessments for 1.NBT.3

#### Who is the Winner? – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.3

Students work with a partner and a deck of numeral cards to compare cards in a “war”-style game.

#### Comparing Numbers – 1.NBT.3

Students compare two digit numbers using symbols and then create their own comparisons.

## Assessments for 1.NBT.4

#### Spin to Win – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4

Students spin a “wheel” to get numbers that they use to complete a math problem.

#### Grid Picture – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.4

Students make a grid picture using squares and then figure out how many squares were used to make the picture.

#### Going to the Store – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4,1.NBT.6

Students are asked about what they would purchase at the store given a set amount of money and prices.

#### Scoops – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4

Students take scoops of beans or other materials and count them, then analyze the tens and ones.

#### Add It Up – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.3

Students work in pairs and use colored counters on a game board to add up the numbers beneath the counters.

#### How Many Fingers? – 1.OA.1,1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4

Students use multiples to think about how many fingers varying amounts of people have.

#### How Many Flowers? – 1.OA.1,1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4

Students use multiples to answer questions about flowers being picked.

#### Farmer Brown – 1.NBT.4

Students help Farmer Brown count vegetables and answer questions about the crop.

## Assessments for 1.NBT.5

#### Finish the Puzzle – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.5

Students work with simple math puzzles where a central number is manipulated left, right, up and down to complete a small grid.

#### How Many? +10/-10 – 1.NBT.5

Students write given numerals and roll a die to determine if they should add 10 or subtract 10, then record their result.

#### Four in a Row – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.2,1.NBT.5

Students play this BINGO style game with a grid and try to get four in a row based on results of equations.

#### Number Patterns – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.5

Students complete number sequence and pattern worksheets.

## Assessments for 1.NBT.6

#### Going to the Store – 1.NBT.1,1.NBT.4,1.NBT.6

Students are asked about what they would purchase at the store given a set amount of money and prices.

#### How Many Pencils? – 1.OA.1,1.NBT.1,1.NBT.6

Students are asked story questions about pencils.