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Grade 2 Basic Shapes CCSS: 2.G.A.1
How many corners does a circle have?
  1. 12
  2. 2
  3. 1
  4. 0
Grade 2 Money (USA)
Count the coin values displayed below and choose the correct total.
Dime - tailsNickel - tailsPenny - tailsPenny - tails
  1. 12 cents
  2. 17 cents
  3. 25 cents
  4. 27 cents
Grade 2 Metric System and SI CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
Make a reasonable estimate of the length of a new pencil.
  1. 5 cm
  2. 20 cm
  3. 50 cm
  4. 1 cm
Grade 2 Time CCSS: 2.MD.C.7
When do people usually eat breakfast?
  1. a.m.
  2. p.m.
Grade 2 Money (USA)
I have this much money.
Nickel - headsNickel - tailsNickel - headsPenny - tails
Which answer choice shows the same amount of money?
  1. Dime - headsNickel - headsPenny - heads
  2. Dime - tailsPenny - tails
  3. Quarter - tailsNickel - tailsPenny - tails
  4. Dime - tailsDime - tailsPenny - tails
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
Which of the following is about 26 cm long?
  1. a ladybug
  2. a math book
  3. a football field
  4. a school bus
Grade 2 Money (USA)
I have this much money.
Quarter - tails
Which answer choice shows the same amount of money?
  1. Dime - tailsDime - tailsDime - tailsDime - tailsDime - tails
  2. Dime - headsHalf Dollar - tails
  3. Dime - tailsNickel - tailsNickel - tails
  4. Dime - tailsDime - tailsNickel - heads
Grade 2 Money (USA)
I have this much money.
Quarter - tailsQuarter - headsQuarter - heads
Which answer choice shows the same amount?
  1. Quarter - tailsQuarter - tailsNickel - headsNickel - headsNickel - headsNickel - heads
  2. Dime - tailsDime - tailsDime - tailsDime - tailsQuarter - tails
  3. Quarter - headsQuarter - tailsDime - tailsNickel - tails
  4. Quarter - tailsQuarter - headsDime - tailsDime - tailsNickel - heads
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
Which is the best estimate for the length of a pencil?
  1. 12 meters
  2. 12 tons
  3. 12 kilometers
  4. 12 centimeters
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.B.5
A whale is 78 feet long. A rhinoceros is 13 feet long. What is the difference in length between the whale and the rhinoceros?
  1. 55 feet
  2. 91 feet
  3. 65 feet
  4. 81 feet
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.B.5
A building is 60 meters tall. A tree near the building is 12 meters tall. How much taller is the building than the tree?
  1. 72 meters
  2. 38 meters
  3. 52 meters
  4. 48 meters
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.B.5
A beaver is 15 inches long. It grows 23 more inches. How long is the beaver now?
  1. 38 inches
  2. 28 inches
  3. 12 inches
  4. 48 inches
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts
What unit of measurement would you use to measure the length of a grasshopper?
  1. inches
  2. feet
  3. yards
  4. miles
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
A good estimate for the length of a crayon is:
  1. about 3 inches
  2. about 3 feet
  3. about 3 yards
  4. about 3 miles
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: 2.MD.A.3
About how high is a door?
  1. 8 inches
  2. 8 feet
  3. 8 miles
  4. 8 pounds
Grade 2 Time
Tanya is traveling to a family reunion that begins at 12:00 noon.
Clock 12:00
It will take her 4 hours to get there. What time must she leave in order to arrive on time?
  1. 10:00 am
  2. 9:00 am
  3. 8:00 am
  4. 7:00 am
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts
Robert wants to make a cake. What would be the best tool to measure flour?
  1. a yardstick
  2. a measuring cup
  3. a scale
  4. a thermometer
Grade 2 Other Polygons
Which is a polygon with 5 sides?
  1. Square
  2. Rectangle
  3. Pentagon
  4. Octagon
Grade 2 Basic Measurement Concepts
Which tool could I use to measure length?
  1. clock
  2. scale
  3. thermometer
  4. ruler
Grade 2 Money (USA)
Look at the coins. How many are pennies?
Dime - headsNickel - headsNickel - heads
Penny - headsDime - headsNickel - heads
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
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