Kindergarten End Of Year Assessment

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Kindergarten End of YearAssessmentSpartanburg CountySchool District Six

K.NS.1 (Oral)Number Sense Count to 100 by ones. Count to 100 by tens.1

K.NS.2 (oral)Number SenseCount forward beginningat (Teacher decides when to stop counting.)Sample:743882

K.NS.3Number SenseWrite numbers in order from0 – 20.3

K.NS.3Number SenseCount out this manyobjects.(Do not tell the child the number.)4-6

K.NS.3Number Sense7

K.NS.3Number Sense0

K.NS.3Number Sense14

K.NS.4aNumber SenseCount the objects in theset.7-9

K.NS.4aNumber Sense

K.NS.4aNumber Sense

K.NS.4aNumber Sense

K.NS.4b and 5Number Sense(To be tested at the same time)Count the objects.10 - 12

K.NS.4b and 5Number Sense

K.NS.4b and 5Number Sense

K.NS.4b and 5Number Sense

K.NS.4cNumber SenseShow me the number thatis one larger than Samples:1)22)123)1813

K.NS.4cNumber Sense0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

K.NS.6Number SenseIs this set greater than, lessthan or equal to?(The child will compare the set on the left to theset on the right.)14 - 16

K.NS.6Number Sense

K.NS.6Number Sense

K.NS.6Number Sense

K.NS.7Number SenseIs this number greater than, less thanor equal to this number?(Teacher will point to the numbers without namingthem. The child will compare the number on theleft to the number on the right.)Encourage the child to use a strategy or objects.17 - 18

K.NS.73Number Sense9

K.NS.76Number Sense1

K.ATO.1Algebraic Thinking and OperationsGive the student 3 unifixcubes. Tell the student toadd 1 more. How manyare there in all?19

K.ATO.1Algebraic Thinking and OperationsGive the student 9 unifixcubes. Tell the student toadd 1 more. How manyare there in all?20

K.ATO.1Algebraic Thinking and OperationsGive the student 6 unifixcubes. Tell the student totake away 2. How manyare left?21

K.ATO.1Algebraic Thinking and OperationsGive the student 8 unifixcubes. Tell the student totake away 3. How manyare left?22

K.ATO.2Algebraic Thinking and Operations(The following word problems may be solved with drawings or objects.)Johnny had three apples.Suzy gave him four more.How many apples does hehave in all?23

K.ATO.2Algebraic Thinking and OperationsThere are four ducks in thepond. Four more duckscome to swim. How manyducks are there in all?24

K.ATO.2Algebraic Thinking and OperationsThere were ten frogs sittingon a log. Seven frogsjumped into the water.How many are left?25

K.ATO.2Algebraic Thinking and OperationsThere are six birds in thenest. One flew away. Howmany are left?26

K.ATO.3Algebraic Thinking and OperationsShow at least 2 numbercombinations for the number 5.(The student will use objects or drawings.)Examples:4 13 20 527

K.ATO.4Algebraic Thinking and OperationsLook at the number 4. Howmany more do you need tomake 10?(The student will use objects or drawings.)28

K.ATO.4Algebraic Thinking and Operations4

K.ATO.5Algebraic Thinking and OperationsCan you tell me howmany?29

K.ATO.5Algebraic Thinking and Operations3 2

K.ATO.5Algebraic Thinking and OperationsCan you tell me how manyare left?30

K.ATO.5Algebraic Thinking and OperationsXX

K.NSBT.1Number Sense and Base TenShow me on the ten frameshow to make 19 andrecord.31

Worksheet K.NSBT.1Number Sense and Base Ten

K.NSBT.1Number Sense and Base TenShow me how to make 11on the ten frames andrecord.32

Worksheet K.NSBT.1Number Sense and Base Ten

K.MD.1Measurement and Data AnalysisHow many unifix cubeslong is this pencil?33

K.MDA.1Measurement and Data Analysis

K.MDA.2Measurement and Data AnalysisUse shorter and taller to tellme about these children.34

K.MDA.2Measurement and Data Analysis

K.MDA.3Measurement and Data AnalysisSort the unifix cubes bycolor. Graph them and tellhow many you have ofeach color.35

K.MDA.3redMeasurement and Data Analysisblue yellow

K.G.1GeometryDemonstrate above,below, beside, in front of,behind, and next to with aclassroom object.36

K.G.2GeometryName these shapes.37

K.G.2Geometry

K.G.3GeometrySome of these are flat twodimensional shapes and some ofthese are solid three-dimensionalshapes. Sort and name the shapesof the two groups.38

K.G.4GeometryCompare a square and rectangle.Tell me how they are alike anddifferent. (The student will use informal language.)Compare a cone and cylinder. Tellme how they are alike and different.(The student will use informal language.)39

K.NS.9Number SenseShow me who is second in line.Point to the child that is fourth in line.What position is the child with the star above herhead?40

K.NS.9Number Sense

K.ATO.6Algebraic Thinking and OperationsUsing different manipulatives, show the student simple repeatingpatterns using AB, AAB, ABB, and ABC type patterns. Have thestudent continue the pattern and describe why he/she chose thatway to complete the pattern.41

Moved to 1st GradeGeometryCan you join two shapeswith full sides touching tomake another shape?(The student will use Tangrams or teacher made shapes.)(Ex. Combine two triangles to make a square or two squares to make a rectangle.)42

Kindergarten End of Year Assessment Spartanburg County School District Six . K.NS.1 (Oral) Number Sense

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