QUESTIONS


See how well your child answers these questions. The results may surprise you!

When students can do these questions (at their grade level and below), mentally without using pencil and paper — they are likely doing well. For students who can't handle these questions, this is a warning sign. Very often they need help outside of the classroom. Students who can do the questions at and above their grade level may need a more challenging experience.

First Grade: 11 + 12 = ___


Second Grade: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 = ___


Third Grade: How much is 99 plus 99 plus 99?


Fourth Grade: Count by 1¾ from 0 to 7.


Fifth Grade: Which is greatest: 17/18, 23/30, or 18/19? Explain how you got your answer.


Sixth Grade: Halfway through the second quarter, how much of the game is left?


Seventh Grade: How much is 6½% of 250?


Pre-Algebra: On a certain map, 6 inches represent 25 miles. How many miles do 15 inches represent?


Algebra: When you take 3 away from twice a number, the answer is 8. What is the number?


Geometry: What is the Absolute Value of the point (3, 4)?


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