What Your Elementary Student Needs to Know About Math |
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This webpage is dedicated to establishing a minimum set of standards that should be met by all students. This standard is based upon the Washington State Grade Level Expectations and common sense grade expectations. Instead of basing the standard on vaguely worded requirements, these standards are based on testable requirements. Being able to pass the test means you pass the standard. Each of these assessments are designed to fit onto a single page and take less than 10 minutes to complete. These assessments are mostly limited to mathematical computational expectations. | |||||||||||||

Kindergarten Assessments (click to view Word Document):Know your numbers 1-30 This supports GLE 1.1.1 Understand the concept of number to at least 31. Recognize 20 sight words Know your Capital Letters Know Your Lower Letters Addition to 4 GLE 1.1.5 Understand the meaning of addition. |
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First Grade Assessments:Subtraction to 4 GLE 1.1.5 Understand the meaning of subtraction. Addition 5 to 8 Addition 8 to 12 GLE 1.1.6 Use computational procedures for addition of whole numbers to 12. Addition 0 to 12 This assessment tests the entire addition fact table to 12 and should be completed in under 10 minutes to insure fluency. |
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Second Grade Assessments:Addition 13-18 Subtraction 13-18 GLE 1.1.6 Use computational procedures for addition and subtraction of whole numbers to 18. |
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Third Grade Assessments:Multiplication to 4 GLE 1.1.5 Understand the meaning of multiplication and division of whole numbers. Addition of 2 to 4 digits Subtraction of 2 to 4 digits GLE 1.1.7 Apply strategies and use tools appropriate to tasks involving addition and subtraction of whole numbers. |
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