Elementary Mathematics

Kathy Richardson Assessment 7: Ten Frames


About this Assessment:

 
 Sample Videos

Ten Frames






How to Interpret the Data
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 Key Stations
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Working with Ten Frames
Grab Bag Addition and Subtraction
Number Shape Pairs
Two Ten Shapes (Ten Frames) Addition or Subtraction

Indicators For Adds Ones to a Ten-Addition

See page 150  in Blue Book
Instructional
Level
Meaning for this part of the Assessment
 
 

Student knows both 10+9 and 6+10 without any counting errors

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Student knows one of the combinations and uses counting on as a strategy for another.


Student counts on for one or both combinations and or  makes an error.
 
The student is not able  to add to 10, so counts all the stars or makes two errors.  
 

Indicators for Knows Parts of Numbers-Addition

See page 150 in Blue Book

*This part of the assessment students have to be able to apply what they know about parts of ten.  
Instructional
Level
Meaning for this part of the Assessment
 
 Student knows 4 out of 4 problems and is ready to move on to another assessment. 
 P+
Student needs some practice and knows 3 out of 4 and counts on for 1 with no errors. 
Student knows 2 out of 4 with no errors or knows 3 out of 4 with 1 error.
 P-
Student knows 2 out of 4 with 1 error. 

Student knows 1 out of 4 may have 1 error. 
 
Student counts all or guesses for 4 out of 4, or makes 2 or more errors.  Student needs more work with applying parts of number to 10. 
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Indicators for Making a Ten and Adding ones-Addition

See page 151 in Blue Book


*This part of the assessment shows students ability to break up numbers to make a ten with some leftover.  


A

Knows 3 out of 3 problems without counting, no errors.

P+

Knows 2 out of 3 and counts on from 10 for 1, with no errors.

P

Knows 2 out of 3 and counts on from the number of starts on the ten frame for one of the problems, no errors.  Or knows 1 and counts on from 10 for two with no error.  Or knows 3 with 1 error.  

P-

Knows 2 out of 3 and mkes 1 error or counts all of the stars.

I

Counts on from 10 for 3 out of 3 or counts on from the number of stars or counts all of the stars.  

N

Counts all or counts on from the number os starts in the ten frame for 2 out of 3.  

Indicators for Recognizing Ten More-Addition

See page 151 in Blue Book


*This part of the assessment shows if students recognized the relationship between 8+7 and 18+7.


A

Student adds ten to previous total.  

P

Student makes 20 +3

I

Student counts on to determine how many.

N

Student cannot do the task or needs to count all to determine the total.  




                                Key to colors in the online reports:

Green = Ready to Apply

Yellow = Where the student is working
Blue= student needs instruction
Red = Needs Prerequisite