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  1. 2nd Grade 2007 CRT Math Review Game Lani Rounds NickiSlaugh Keri Topance

  2. Select an Objective Standard 1 Objective 1 Objective 2 Objective 3 Objective 4 Objective 5 Standard 4 Objective 1 Objective 2 Standard 2 Objective 1 A Objective 1 B Objective 2 Standard 3 Objective 1 Objective 2 Standard 5 Objective 1 Objective 2

  3. Standard 1 Objective 1

  4. 1. What number is shown below? • 244    • 442 • 9 =200 =40 =4 200+40+4= 200 40 4

  5. 2. What is the place value of 1 in 715?  • 1 • 10 • 15 700 10 5 + +

  6. 3. Which numeral has a 6 in the tens place?  • 368  • 386 • 638 B. 386 c. 638 • 368

  7. 4. Which number is ninety-four?  • 49 • 94 • 90 ninety four = 90 4

  8. 6. What is 216 in expanded form? • 100 + 2 + 6  • 200 + 10 + 6 • 21 + 6 200 10 6 + +

  9. 7. What is the place value of 7 in 476?  • hundreds • tens • ones 400 70 6 + + hundreds tens ones 70= 7 tens

  10. 8. How many kites are shown?  • 121 • 100 • 112 1 square equals 100 2 lines equal 20 1 object equals 1 100 1 20 + +

  11. 9. Which is the same as 165?  • 100+6+5 • 1+6+5 • 100+60+5 100 60 5 + +

  12. 10. What is the number 5 in the number 530 equal to?  • 50 • 500 • 5 530 = 500 + 30 + 0

  13. Standard 1 Objective 2

  14. 1. Which number is 10 more than 97? • 98 • 97 • 107 More Than means add 9 7 +1 0 ----- 1 0 7 Draw 10 Start at 97 and count on 97 102 98 100 99 101 104 107 106 103 105

  15. 2. Is 48 less than, greater than, or equal to 96? • Greater than • Less than • Equal to Underline the digits on the left 48 96 4 Tens are less than 9 Tens 4 8 < 9 6

  16. 3. Which set of numbers is in order from least to greatest? • 5, 8, 12, 3 • 3, 5, 8, 12 • 12, 8, 5, 3 3 < 5 so A is not right A 3 < 12 so C is not right C

  17. 4. Jen was jumping on some squares. She stopped on the third square. Which row has an X on the third square? First Second Third Fourth Fifth

  18. 5. 10 is how many less than 20? • 10 • 5 • 15 • 2 0 • 1 0 • ----- 0 1

  19. 6. Which number is 1 more than 73? • 74 • 82 • 83 7 3 + 1 ----- 7 4 Start at 73 draw 1 * and count on 7 3 *

  20. 7. Which number is 1 less than 73? • 74 • 72 • 63 Less than means we count backwards Start at 73 count backwards one. 7 3 7 2 Or subtract 7 3 1 2 7

  21. 8. Becky was looking at some tops in the store window. She wanted to buy the eighth top. Which pattern is on the eighth top? 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th8th

  22. 9. Which set of numbers is in order from greatest to least? • 91, 56, 38, 15 • 38, 15, 56, 91 • 15, 38, 91, 56 91 > 38 so B is not right B 91 > 15 so C is not right C

  23. 10. Is 520 less than, greater than, or equal to 429? • Greater than • Less than • Equal to Underline the digits on the left 520 429 5 Hundreds are greater than 4 Hundreds and the hungry alligator always eats the BIGGEST. 520 > 429 520

  24. Standard 1 Objective 4

  25. 1. Which fraction of the shape is shaded? • 4 out of 4 • 4 out of 1 • 1 out of 4 Count the equal parts: 4 Count how many are shaded: 4 4 / 4 are shaded.

  26. 2. Which shape is divided into halves? Halves can ONLY have 2 equal parts. Both A and B have 4 parts

  27. 3. Which fraction of the shape is shaded? • 3 out of 3 • 1 out of 3 • 2 out of 3 Count the equal parts: 3 Count how many are shaded: 2 2 / 3 are shaded.

  28. 4. Which fraction of the shape is shaded? • 3 out of 3 • 1 out of 3 • 2 out of 3 Count the equal parts: 3 Count how many are shaded: 2 2 / 3 are shaded.

  29. 5. Which fraction of the shape is shaded? • 3 out of 3 • 1 out of 3 • 2 out of 3 Count the equal parts: 3 Count how many are shaded: 2 2 / 3 are shaded.

  30. 6. Which fraction of the shape represents the orange? • ¼ • 1/3 • ½ Count how many total parts. This is the BOTTOM number: /4 total Count how many oranges (parts of the total). This is the TOP number. 1 part / 4 total 1 / 4

  31. 7. Three kites are white and one is shaded. Which fraction tells how many kites are shaded? • 1/4 • 1/3 • 1/2 Count how many total parts. This is the BOTTOM number: /4 total Count how many kites are shaded (parts of the total). This is the TOP number. 1 part / 4 total 1 / 4

  32. 8. Which fraction represents the part of the circle with stripes? • 1/1 • 2/1 • 1/2 Count how many totalparts. This is the BOTTOM number: /2 total Count how many parts are striped (parts of the total). This is the TOP number. 1 part / 2 total 1 / 2

  33. 9. Which pizza is divided into fourths? Fourths can ONLY have 4 equal parts. A is the only pizza with 4 equal parts.

  34. 10. Kim has three walls. She is going to paint one wall blue. Which answer shows the fraction 1/3? 1/3 means 1 EQUAL PART and 3 TOTAL PARTS. Only A has 1 EQUAL PART And 3 TOTAL PARTS.

  35. Standard 2 Objective 1

  36. What comes next? 30¢, 40¢, 50¢, 60¢, ____ • 65¢ • 70¢ • 75¢ Look at the pattern And skip count by 10’s 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70

  37. 2. Which number line shows skip counting by twos?

  38. Follow the counting pattern. How many stars are there in all? • 20 • 15 • 25 You can count each star or count each row by 5’s 5, 10, 15, 20, 25

  39. Skip count by 3's. How many keys are there in all? • 6 • 9 • 12 You can count each key or count each set by 3’s 3, 6, 9

  40. 5. You can say the colors out loud BLUEGREENRED or the direction of the arrows RIGHT UP LEFT

  41. What comes next in the pattern? S T U, S T V, S T U, S T __ • T • V • U Say the letter names out loud so you can hear the pattern STU STV STU ST_ V

  42. 7. Count each set of trees to see the pattern 1 1 2 2 3 The next set of trees will have 3 of the same tree

  43. 8. What would be next in this pattern? ABC, AABBCC, AAABBB___ • CCC • CC • C Count each set of letters to see the pattern ABC AABBCC AAABBB_ _ _ 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 The next set of letters will have 3 of the same letter

  44. Which numbers complete this pattern when you count by 3’s? 3, _?_, 9, _?_, 15, _?_ • 5, 10, 16 • 6, 12, 18 • 4, 10, 18 Write the known numbers and count on three dots 3 * * * 6 9 * * * 12 15 * * * 18

  45. What comes next in the counting pattern? • 20 • 18 • 16 You can count each cherry or count each set by 2’s and add on 2 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

  46. Look at the chart. Which shape belongs in the empty space in the chart ? Look closely at the completed row of squares and the triangle above the square. The pattern is Big Stripes Little Dots Big White Little Gray The top row needs to look just like the bottom row. The Little Dots is missing.

  47. 12. Say the pattern out loud with each answer to find the one that sounds right. Answer A Purple Purple GreenPurple Purple GreenPurple GreenGreen Adoesn’t sound right Answer B Purple Purple Green Purple Purple Green Purple PurpleGreen B doessound right

  48. Standard 3 Objective 1

  49. 1. What is this shape? • sphere • cylinder • cone A sphere is round and rolls, A cylinder looks like a hose. A cone holds my ice cream, m-m-m. If you turn the picture it will hold a scoop of ice cream.

  50. 2. Which are cones? • A, C • A, B • B, D Both A and C are cylinders. Both B and D can hold a scoop of ice cream.