# Math Check Point test

Language: English

Each section has different instructions. Be sure to read the instructions.

Be sure to read the instructions.

Use scratch paper if needed.

Complete the fact family.

1.

2.

5

9

14

18

2

20

3.

4.

5

8

13

10

7

17

For problems 1-4 write the name for the coin and its value. Then calculate the amount for 5-7.

1.

5.

2.

6.

7.

3.

4.

Sort the numbers below into even and odd groups.

Even

Odd

Subtract

1.

2.

1

4

18

20

2

16

3

12

4

8

5

4

6

2

Solve the equations below. Use the area below to show your work.

1.

2.

3.

4.

1 2

1 5

20

3 9

-

8

-

3

-

6

-

4

Choose the bigger number.

Choose the smaller number.

1.

1.

15

27

82

42

45

87

2.

2.

32

65

41

89

50

93

3.

14

41

79

3.

63

75

72

4.

88

9

87

4.

13

30

32

Solve the problems. Use the area beneath the problems show your work.

1.

2 3

2.

6 6

3.

5 0

4.

1 0

1 9

+

1 3

+

2 4

+

3 2

+

Complete the number pattern.

3.

1.

2

4

8

10

5

10

25

2.

3

6

12

18

4.

10

30

40

1.

What color was favored the most?

2.

What color was favored the least?

3.

How much more was red picked than yellow?

yellow?

4.

How many students chose a color total?

total?

1.

What pet was most favored?

1.

What fruit was chosen the least?

2.

How many people chose dogs?

2.

How many people chose apple?

Show each number using the base blocks then show it in expanded form. Next fill out the place`chart. Lastly answer the questions based on `the number.

1.

23

2.

56

3.

11

4.

9

Expanded form:

Expanded form:

Expanded form:

Expanded form:

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=
+
=
+
=
+
=

1.

What value does the ones place have in question number 1?

3.

What value does the ones spot have in question number 3?

have in question number 1?

question number 3?

2.

What value does the tens place have in question number 2?

4.

What value does the tens place have in question number 4?

question number 4?

have in question number 2?

Solve the word problems. Use the area below the

1.

If John has 20 cookies and he gives 7 cookies to Jake.

How many cookies does John have leftover?

2.

Ten kids get on the bus then another 17 kids get on. How many kids are on the bus in all?

Solve the word problem then draw a picture showing how you solved it.

1.

There are 50 pieces of building blocks. 15 were used to build a toy car.

How many building blocks are leftover?

2.

Marie had 26 crayons and Carl had 19 crayons. How many did they have total?

Solve the problems using expanded form.

1.)

3 3

+
=
+

5 6

+
=
+
=

2.)

1 2

+
=
+

4 6

=
+
+
=

3.)

5 0

=
+
+

1 8

=
+
+
=

Write the number using expanded form.

4.)

342

=
+
+

Write the time the clock shows in space below the clock.