Mathematics Assessment Listing

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Assessments for 1.OA.1

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

Students are asked story questions about pencils.

How Many Pencils?

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 Fingers

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

Students use multiples to answer questions about flowers being picked.

How Many Flowers?

Children on the Bunk Bed – 1.OA.1

Use counters and numeral cards to represent children on a bunk bed and solve problems.

Children on the Bunk Bed

Students in the Class – 1.OA.1

Use the context of counting students in a classroom to solve problems.

Students in the Classroom

Shopping for School Supplies – 1.OA.1

Use math tools like number line and counters to solve problems in the context of shopping for school supplies.

Shopping for School Supplies

Making Leis – 1.OA.1

Use math tools to solve for unknowns using leis as a counter.

Making Leis

Let’s Share Markers – 1.OA.1

Use markers and counters to solve problems with unknowns.

Let’s Share Markers


Assessments for 1.OA.2

Who Won? – 1.OA.2

Students decide who won the scrabble-type game buy counting up the point values of each word.

Who Won?

Three Letter Addends – 1.OA.2

Students use a scrabble-type board to come up with words and then compare point values of each word.

Three Letter Addends

Picking Oranges – 1.OA.2

Students are told that Justin just picked a variety of oranges from different trees. Students must decide how many oranges in total Justin picked.

Picking Oranges

How many of each? – 1.OA.2

Students decide how many students might be eating certain fruits based on a total number of fruits being eaten.

How many of each?

Fruit Salad – 1.OA.2

Students decide which groups of fruits should be picked to make a fruit salad consisting of 15 fruits.

Fruit Salad

Cookies in Cookie Jars – 1.OA.2

Use cookie jars to represent largest, medium, and smallest. Students decide how many cookies should go in each jar.

Cookies in Cookie Jars

Close to 20 Card Game – 1.OA.2

Mike has to pick three cards to get close to 20. Students decide what cards to pick and show their reasoning.

Close to 20

Assessments for 1.OA.3

More than one way? – 1.OA.3

Students decide if there is more than one way to add up numbers.

More than one way

Assessments for 1.OA.4

Pizza Story Problem with Missing Parts – 1.OA.4

Students are told there are 16 slices of pizza in a box and then that some slices are cheese. Students need to figure out how many are pepperoni.

Pizza Story Problem

How Many Hiding? – 1.OA.4

Students drop counters onto a work mat and cover up yellow counters. The other student decides how many are hidden based on how many are visible.

How Many Hiding?

Assessments for 1.OA.5

Number Sentence Match – 1.OA.5

Students create number sentences from visual images.

Number Sentence Match

Assessments for 1.OA.7

Equal Concentration – 1.OA.7

Students decide and verbalize whether the values on cards turned over match.

Equal Concentration

True or False? – 1.OA.7

Students sort equations into columns whether they are true or false.

True or False

Is it True or False? – 1.OA.7,1.OA.8

Students are shown equations and decide whether the answer is true or false.

Is it true or false?

Assessments for 1.OA.8

Make Me True – 1.OA.8

Students use counters, cubes, etc, to assist them in deciding what number makes the equation true.

Make Me True

Find the Missing Number – 1.OA.8

Students utilize number cards to decide what the missing number is for equations.

Find the Missing Number


Is it True or False? – 1.OA.7,1.OA.8

Students are shown equations and decide whether the answer is true or false.

Is it true or false?