As special education teachers, we often are not provided with appropriate resources to assess our students current levels of learning. Or the resource we are given doesn’t meet the needs of all of the learning styles in our classroom. We always make it work, we’re superheroes!
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What skills are assessed within the Math Assessment?
This Math Assessment bundle includes all of the parts needed to assess your students on the early elementary skills needed in grades K-3. Includes:
• Counting and Cardinality
Count to 100 by ones and tens
Write numbers 0-20
Greater Than, Less Than, Equal to
• Operations + Algebraic Thinking
Place Value + Rounding
Addition, Subtraction (fluently solve # problems [up to 3 digits] + word problems)
Multiplication, Division (fluently solve # problems + word problems within 100)
Properties of Operations (+ - x / )
Missing/Unknown-addends (+ - x / )
Odd + Even
Arrays of Numbers
Solve 2-step Word Problems Using the 4 Operations
• Number + Operations in Base 10
Compose + Decompose Numbers
Compare Two Numbers
Skip Counting (2-10, 20, 25, 50)
Number Lines (fractions + whole numbers)
• Number + Operations – Fractions
Express Whole #s as Fractions
• Measurement + Data
Attributes of an Object (length, weight)
Measure Lengths of Objects, Compare Lengths, Estimate Lengths
Tell + Write Time (Digital + Analog) (increments: 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 minutes)
Graphs (bar, picture)
Volume + Mass
Shapes + Their Attributes
Partition Shapes into Equals (2, 3, 4 parts)
• Editable Data Graph
• Math Assessment Data Sheets
• Covers + Binder Spines
• Print + Digital Flash Cards
Flash cards (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
How do you store all of the parts?
I will store the Math Assessment parts inside of black 3-ring binders, just like the . Each section of the assessment gets its own binder, but you can use one large binder. Whatever is easiest for you.
I use page protectors to store the assessment pieces inside of each binder. I, also, print the instructions on a piece of colored cardstock and slip it into the first page protector of each binder.
To store the flash cards and non-list items, I use 3-ring binder pockets. I found mine at Office Depot, but you can use any time of pocket or folder to store them. You can also store these pieces in the Iris photo bins and label the bins.
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