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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 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.

#### Children on the Bunk Bed – 1.OA.1

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

#### Students in the Class – 1.OA.1

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

#### 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.

#### Making Leis – 1.OA.1

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

#### Let’s Share Markers – 1.OA.1

Use markers and counters to solve problems with unknowns.

## 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.

#### 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.

#### 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.

#### 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.

#### Fruit Salad – 1.OA.2

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

#### 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.

#### 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.

## 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.

## 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.

#### 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.

## Assessments for 1.OA.5

#### Number Sentence Match – 1.OA.5

Students create number sentences from visual images.

## Assessments for 1.OA.7

#### Equal Concentration – 1.OA.7

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

#### True or False? – 1.OA.7

Students sort equations into columns whether they are 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.

## 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.

#### Find the Missing Number – 1.OA.8

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

#### Is it True or False? – 1.OA.7,1.OA.8

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