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Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.CC.C.6
Pick the group that has more.
  1. Valentine's Day - Chocolate - SmallValentine's Day - Chocolate - SmallValentine's Day - Chocolate - Small
  2. Valentine's Day - Chocolate - SmallValentine's Day - Chocolate - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
Which statement is true?
  1. A crayon is longer than a bus.
  2. A pencil is longer than a house.
  3. A boat is longer than a shoe.
  4. A toothbrush is longer than a truck.
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
Which object is bigger?
  1. Animal - Hippo
  2. Pictograph - Mice
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
I would like to figure out if my bedroom is closer to the bathroom, or if my sister's bedroom is closer to the bathroom. What should I measure?
  1. the temperature of the bathroom
  2. the distance from my room to hers
  3. the distance from each of our rooms to the bathroom
  4. the size of the bathroom
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
Which answer choice gives an example of showing the length of something?
  1. Measuring the distance from one side of a table to the other.
  2. Finding how many gallons of water it takes to fill a pool.
  3. Counting coins to find the amount of money.
  4. Reading the temperature on a hot, summer day.
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
How many carrots?

BasketballCarrotCarrotBasketballCarrot
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts
The ball is on the                

Pear Baseball
  1. left
  2. right
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.CC.C.6
Pick the group that has MORE.
  1. Easter - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - Small
  2. Easter - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.G.A.1
Which is on the LEFT?
Spring - Garden Tools - SmallSpring - Sprout - SmallSpring - Nest - Small
  1. Spring - Garden Tools - Small
  2. Spring - Sprout - Small
  3. Spring - Nest - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.G.A.1
Which is on the RIGHT?
Spring - Nest - SmallSpring - Bucket - SmallSpring - Bicycle - Small
  1. Spring - Nest - Small
  2. Spring - Bucket - Small
  3. Spring - Bicycle - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.G.A.1
Is the bird under the box?
Position - Under
  1. yes
  2. no
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.G.A.1
Is the blue bird on the left or right?
Position - First
  1. left
  2. right
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.G.A.1
Which is in the MIDDLE?
Spring - Bucket - SmallSpring - Tree - SmallSpring - Bicycle - Small
  1. Spring - Bucket - Small
  2. Spring - Tree - Small
  3. Spring - Bicycle - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
Count the bunnies. Count the birds. Which has more?
Easter - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
  1. Easter - Brown Chick - Small
  2. Easter - Bunny 2 - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
Which has the least: tomatoes, carrots, or muffins?

TomatoTomatoTomatoTomato
CarrotCarrotCarrot
MuffinMuffinMuffinMuffin
  1. tomatoes Tomato
  2. carrots Carrot
  3. muffins Muffin
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.G.A.1
Which is on the RIGHT?
Spring - Duckling - SmallSpring - Wheelbarrow - SmallSpring - Tree - Small
  1. Spring - Duckling - Small
  2. Spring - Wheelbarrow - Small
  3. Spring - Tree - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.A.2
Which weighs less?
  1. Animal - Fly bug
  2. Animal - Bear bear
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
Count the shells. Count the sea stars.
Summer - Starfish - SmallSummer - Starfish - SmallSummer - Sea Shell - SmallSummer - Starfish - Small
Summer - Sea Shell - SmallSummer - Starfish - SmallSummer - Starfish - SmallSummer - Sea Shell - Small
Which has less?
  1. Summer - Sea Shell - Small
  2. Summer - Starfish - Small
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
Are there fewer apples or pretzels?

ApplePretzelApplePretzelApple
  1. apples Apple
  2. pretzels Pretzel
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
Are there more tomatoes or lemons?

LemonLemonTomatoTomatoTomato
  1. tomatoes Tomato
  2. lemons Lemon
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