# Math Check: Kindergarten Number Sense

## This Kindergarten Number Sense Math Check is designed to be a pre and post assessment for number sense standards in your math classroom.

This set of math checks is designed to help you assess first grade standards for number sense.

Because states across the nation have adopted a variety of standards, we have created this assessment without indicator numbers. Our hope is that this will make these assessments materials that can be used regardless of the numbers used on your standards.

These assessment pages can be used as pre and post assessment checks to chart growth. You might also use them to check in with your students before a unit test.

Use these problems to help guide your teaching at the beginning of a unit or to help you structure your reteaching groups as you progress.

You will also find an answer key.

## Kindergarten Number Sense

You will find problems covering each standard along with the standard listed at the top of the page or section.

Because of the age level these are designed for, you will find many parts need to be completed 1-on-1 or will need to be read to the class.

Problems for the following standards are included:

• Count to 100 by ones and tens. Count on from any number.
• Find the number that is one more than any number up to 20.
• Find the number that is one more than any number up to 20.
• Say number names in standard order when counting objects.
• Recognize sets of 1 to 10 objects in patterned arrangements. Tell how many when counting.
• Use words for comparison.
• Identify groups of objects as greater than, less than or equal to the objects in another group.
• Compare the value of two numbers.
• Separate sets of ten or less objects into equal groups.
• Develop a beginning understanding of the place value system.

The math check created has been designed to touch upon each of the standards.

We will be creating a separate, computation assessment. We do understand that some school districts group beginning number sense with computation. You will be able to pull indicators from each set to fit your school.

We do understand for an end of unit test, you will might need a larger, more in depth test. This resource is not that test. Instead, it is a way for you to take a quick feel of your students understanding of the content.

## Number Sense for Kindergarten

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