Math Assessment Worksheet - 2nd Grade

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Name: ______________________ Class: _________________ Date: _________
ID: A
2nd Grade Math Assessment
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. A total of 72 third graders are taking 3 school buses on a field trip. The same number of students will be on
each bus. How many students will be on each bus?
69 students
24 students
A
C
75 students
29 students
B
D
2. For a sports event, Missy bought several packages of juice. There were 6 bottles in each package.
Which could be the number of juice bottles that she bought in all?
33 bottles
47 bottles
A
C
30 bottles
38 bottles
B
D
3. Kenny has collected 20 rare coins. He wants to put the same number of coins in each row of a coin holder.
Which of the following could be the number of coins in each row?
7 coins
5 coins
A
C
3 coins
8 coins
B
D
4. Linette wants to know if these two boxes will fit on a closet shelf. What is the total height of the boxes?
42 inches
7 inches
A
C
21 inches
23 inches
B
D
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Name: ______________________ Class: _________________ Date: _________
ID: A
2nd Grade Math Assessment
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. A total of 72 third graders are taking 3 school buses on a field trip. The same number of students will be on
each bus. How many students will be on each bus?
69 students
24 students
A
C
75 students
29 students
B
D
2. For a sports event, Missy bought several packages of juice. There were 6 bottles in each package.
Which could be the number of juice bottles that she bought in all?
33 bottles
47 bottles
A
C
30 bottles
38 bottles
B
D
3. Kenny has collected 20 rare coins. He wants to put the same number of coins in each row of a coin holder.
Which of the following could be the number of coins in each row?
7 coins
5 coins
A
C
3 coins
8 coins
B
D
4. Linette wants to know if these two boxes will fit on a closet shelf. What is the total height of the boxes?
42 inches
7 inches
A
C
21 inches
23 inches
B
D
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Name: ______________________
ID: A
5. This rectangle is 3 units high and 10 units wide. It contains 30 squares.
A different rectangle also contains 30 squares. What could its height and width be?
4 and 7
3 and 9
A
C
2 and 14
5 and 6
B
D
6. Jenna’s mother has 96 grapes. She wants to divide them into equal groups and put them in baggies for snacks.
How many baggies could she use?
9 baggies
6 baggies
A
C
7 baggies
5 baggies
B
D
7. Carmen bought 95 kilograms of rocks for landscaping. She used 53 kilograms of rocks around her goldfish
pond. How many kilograms of rocks are left?
45 kilograms
148 kilograms
A
C
42 kilograms
32 kilograms
B
D
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Name: ______________________
ID: A
The mileage chart below shows the distance between cities. Here is an example of how to read the chart:
The distance from Atlanta, Georgia, to Jacksonville, Florida, is 346 miles.
Distances Between Cities Mileage Chart
Atlanta, GA
Jacksonville, FL
Miami, FL
Tampa, FL
Atlanta, GA
0
346
661
458
Jacksonville, FL
346
0
341
202
Miami, FL
661
341
0
270
Tampa, FL
458
202
270
0
Source: Rand McNally Road Atlas; United States, Canada, Mexico
8. Use the Mileage Chart above. Mrs. Hickson lives in Miami. She is planning to drive to Atlanta this week. She
is planning to drive from there to Tampa next week. How many miles will she drive as she travels
from Miami to Atlanta to Tampa?
270 miles
1,119 miles
A
C
661 miles
931 miles
B
D
9. Jolon played a number game with his friends. Each friend picked a number that was a multiple of 2. Which of
these would be a good number for Jolon to pick?
15
11
A
C
14
13
B
D
10. Richard has 22 socks in one drawer and 10 socks in another drawer. How many socks does he have altogether?
220 socks
32 socks
A
C
20 socks
12 socks
B
D
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