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Subject #____

SECTION TIME – 10 minutes

**1. **

(ST1)

Memory

Practice _________________________________________

_________________________________________ a

-b

) b

-d

) _________________________________________ c

-f

) _________________________________________ d

-h

) _________________________________________

V2

Time 2 1

Subject #____ V2

**2. **

(ST2)

For each example, decide if the number sentence is true. In other words, does it make sense?

After each problem, circle True, False, or Don’t Know.

**Samples: **

3 + 4 = 7

3 + 4 = 12

True

True

False

False

Don’t Know

Don’t Know a

-c

) 5 + 3 = 8 b

-f

) 3 = 3

True

True c

-j

) 31 + 16 = 16 + 31 True d

-k

) 7 + 6 = 6 + 6 + 1 True

False

False

False

False

Don’t Know

Don’t Know

Don’t Know

Don’t Know e

-l

) 5 + 5 = 5 + 6 True False

Don’t Know

Time 2 2

Subject #____ V2

**3. **

(ST3)

For each example, decide if the number sentence is true. Then,

explain how you know.

True False Don’t Know a) 7= 3 + 4

How do you know?

B

®

) 6 + 4 = 5 + 5 True

How do you know?

False Don’t Know

**4. **

(ST4b ®)

This problem has two sides. Circle the choice that correctly breaks the problem into its two sides.

8 + 2 + 3 = 4 + __ a. b.

Side A Side B Side A Side B

8 + 2 + 3 = 4 + __ 8 + 2 + 3 + 4 = __ c.

? d.

Side A

Time 2

8 + 2 + 3

Side B

4 + __ e.

Side A Side B

8 + 2 + 3 = 4 + __ __ + 4 = 3 + 2 + 8

3

Subject #____ V2

**5. **

(ST5)

Without adding 67 + 86, can you tell if the statement below is true or false?

67 + 86 = 68 + 85

True False

How do you know?

Can’t tell without adding

**6. **

(ST6®)

Without subtracting the 7, can you tell if the statement below is true or false?

56 + 85 = 141 is true.

Is 56 + 85 – 7 = 141 – 7 true or false?

Can’t tell without subtracting True False

How do you know?

Time 2 4

Subject #____ V2

**SECTION TIME – 5 minutes **

**7. **

(ES1)

What does the equal sign (=) mean?

Can it mean anything else?

**8. **

(ES3)

Which of these pairs of numbers is equal to 6 + 4? Circle your answer. a) 5 + 5 b) 4 + 10 c) 1 + 2 d) none of the above

Time 2 5

Subject #____ V2

**9. **

(ES4®)

Which answer choice below would you put in the empty box to show that five pennies are the same amount of money as one nickel? Circle your answer. a) 5¢ b) = c) + d) don’t know

**10. **

(ES5)

Is this a good definition of the equal sign? Circle good or not good. a

b®.

The equal sign means add. Good Not good b

c®.

The equal sign means get the answer. c

-d

.

The equal sign means the same as.

Good Not good

Good Not good

**11. **

(ES6)

Which of the definitions above is the best definition of the equal sign?

Write a, b, or c in the box below.

Time 2 6

Subject #____

**12. **

(ES7)

Please circle your choice.

The equal sign (=) is more like: a) 8 and 4 b) < and > c) + and – d) don’t know

Time 2

V2

7

Subject #____

**SECTION TIME – 10 minutes **

DIRECTIONS: Find the number that goes in each box .

**13.**

(OE1)

3 + 4 =

**14. **

(OE3)

4 + = 8

**15. **

(OE5)

8 = 6 +

*DIRECTIONS: On these problems, we really need you to show your work by writing down the numbers you add or subtract. Write your answer in the box. *

**16. **

(OE8)

3 + 4 = + 5

**17. **

(

OE9)

+ 2 = 6 + 4

7 + 6 + 4 = 7 +

**18. **

(

OE12)

8 + = 8 + 6 + 4

**19. **

(

OE14)

6 – 4 + 3 = + 3

**20. **

(

OE16)

V2

Time 2 8

Subject #____ V2

*DIRECTIONS: Find the number that goes in each box. You can try to find a shortcut so you don’t have to do all the adding. Show your work and write your answer in the box. *

**21. **

(OE22).

898 + 13 = 896 +

**22. **

(OE24).

43 + = 48 + 76

**23. **

(OE26).

*n*

Time 2 9

Subject #____ V2

For each statement below, check (1) Very Rarely, (2) Rarely, (3) Often, or (4) Very Often

When I do my math work, I try to:

1.

Explain to myself why each answer is correct or incorrect

1 2 3 4

Very Rarely Rarely Often

2.

Skip and not do the problems that are confusing

1 2 3

Very Often

4

Very Often Very Rarely Rarely Often

3.

Connect the new things we are learning to the things that I already know

1

Very Rarely

2

Rarely

3

Often

4

Very Often

4.

Memorize the answers

1

Very Rarely

2

Rarely

3

Often

4

Very Often

5.

Double check my answers to make sure that they make sense

1

Very Rarely

2

Rarely

3

Often

4

Very Often

6.

Ask for help right away if I don’t understand something

1

Very Rarely

2

Rarely

3

Often

4

Very Often

For each statement below, check (1) Disagree, (2) Disagree a little, (3) Agree a little, or (4) Agree

7.

In general, I find math to be very interesting:

1

Disagree

2

Disagree a little

3

Agree a little

4

Agree

8.

Understanding math is very important to me:

1

Disagree

2

Disagree a little

3

Agree a little

9.

I’m willing to work really hard to learn about math

1 2 3

Disagree Disagree a little Agree a little

4

Agree

4

Agree

Time 2 10