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24. Subtract the following:
5 2 = ?
a) 5 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2 1st to 2nd Grade Level Math Questions
25. Lorna owns a book store. She has $20.00. She sells one book. What information is needed to figure out how much money she has now?
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a) What time the store is open
b) The price of the book
c) The price of a can of soda
d) The number of books she has Practice Questions for ERB – CTP® (Comprehensive Testing Program®) – 3rd to 4th Grade Level Math Questions
26. Estimate the difference by rounding to the hundreds place.
a) 3,000 b) 3,500 c) 1,800 d) 2,700 5th to 6th Grade Level Math Questions
27. Calvin needs to divide by. What is his answer?
c) d) Practice Questions for ERB – CTP® (Comprehensive Testing Program®) and Iowa Tests of Basic Skills® (ITBS®) – 1st to 2nd Grade Level Reading Questions
My name is Marta and I have a magic blanket. My grandma made it for me. She used special sticks and string. It only took her three days to make it. I watched her do it and that is how I know my blanket is magic.
My grandma says that the sticks she used are called needles, but they don’t look like needles.
They are not sharp and a doctor would not use them to give a shot. My mom wouldn’t use them to sew up a hole in my sock. But Grandma says they are special needles. I guess that’s why they are magic.
smushy lump and Grandma and I made it into a ball. I held it and she rolled it up. Grandma says it is easier to use this way. I think it traps the magic inside.
Grandma puts the yarn on the needles in fancy loops and starts clicking the needles together.
This is when the magic starts. The yarn moves from our ball to the needles. Grandma moves her hands quickly. All of a sudden, there is a little bit of blanket hanging from the needles!
Grandma keeps clicking her needles. Every time she stops, there is more blanket. After three days, Grandma says my blanket is ready. She hands it to me and gives me a big hug. I thank her for my magic blanket. She says it really is magic because she made it with love!
28. Marta’s blanket was made by
Practice Questions for ERB – CTP® (Comprehensive Testing Program®) and Iowa Tests of Basic Skills® (ITBS®) – 3rd to 4th Grade Level Reading Questions Buried Treasure Day 1: My mom calls my room “the cave”. I think it’s funny. I like to keep my room dark and there is a lot of stuff on the floor… and everywhere else. I kind of wonder what it would be like to be able to find the things I want when I want them, but so far it’s no big deal.
Day 4: I’ve started keeping my door shut so my mom doesn’t hassle me about “the cave”. If the door is closed, and her hands are full when she comes upstairs, maybe she won’t think to come back and check.
I know she wouldn’t like the clean clothes and dirty ones both on the floor along with my homework, some Lego® toys, a couple of comic books, and one purple shoe. But that’s okay. It’s my space, and I like it this way.
Copyright © TestingMom.com. All rights reserved worldwide. 16 Day 7: I accidentally left my door open and mom saw my room. As soon as I came home from school she was saying things about my “pig sty” and how terrible it is that I don’t even try to clean up a little. She was super mad about the clean clothes being mixed in with the dirty ones so she has to wash them again. I feel a little bad about that.
Day 10: I tried to shove things to the edges of my room today. I call it my optical illusion maneuver. Now you can see most of the rug in the middle of my room. If you look really fast, it looks clean. But you have to look REALLY fast. I don’t think mom will fall for it, but my fingers are crossed.
Day 12: Mom actually went in “the cave” today while I was in school. She said she had to tie a rope around her waist and the other end to the railing of the stairs so she could find her way out like an explorer. She told me that she threw away a WHOLE GARBAGE BAG of stuff and barely got out alive. I got super mad and yelled at her and she said that if I could go into my room and name three things she took out, she would give them back. I spent 45 minutes looking and I still don’t know what she took, but it looks like there’s less stuff there. She thinks it’s funny. I’m not amused.
Day 15: I lost my favorite necklace today. It’s one I got on vacation in Florida and it had a shark’s tooth on it. It was on my dresser between the lamp and the souvenir helmet from the ballpark. Well, there was also some change, a few gum wrappers, a lip balm, and whole bunch of game pieces that I hid from my brother. But I know the necklace was there sometime. Bummer.
Day 20: I am all for a challenge. Mom told me tonight that she hid a twenty dollar bill in my room. If I can find it, I can keep it. BUT, the rules say that anything I touch while I’m looking for it, I either have to put away or throw away. I know her pretty well. I bet I’ll hardly have to put anything away before I find the money. Then I’ll go buy that funny t-shirt I saw at the store.
Day 21: This is harder than I thought. I went through my whole book shelf and found all sorts of things I had forgotten that I had. I put a bunch of books in a bag for my little cousin because I’m too old for them now. I found some pictures of my friends that I thought I had lost and even the ticket stubs from the concert my dad took me to last year. The shelves are clean, but I didn’t find the twenty bucks. But I will.
Day 22: Today I was busy after school in art club so I didn’t have as much time to look for the buried treasure in my room. That’s what I have decided to call the twenty dollars: buried treasure. It makes the whole thing more like an adventure. Today I searched the top of my dresser. I found my necklace, $0.38, and a piece of taffy that was so hard I couldn’t bite it. But no treasure.
Day 23: My mom offered to help me with cleaning under my bed, but I am an adventurer now. I WILL find that money. Just not today. The dust bunnies made me sneeze and mom vacuumed them all up after I went through 5 years of old school work and about 2 gazillion scraps of paper with stuff that I can’t even figure out what it was in the first place. That leaves one last place for tomorrow: the closet.
Copyright © TestingMom.com. All rights reserved worldwide. 17 Day 24: I’m probably just like most kids. I shove stuff in my closet. Lots of stuff. Stuff that belongs in my dresser, in a bin with other toys, in my hamper, in the bathroom (don’t ask), or pretty much anywhere, goes in my closet. It took me three hours to get through it all – top to bottom. And I found my treasure.
Remember that one purple shoe on my floor? The other one was in the top of my closet behind a pile of clothes that I didn’t want to put away. And deep inside the toe of that shoe was a crisp twenty dollar bill, folded in half. The really weird thing about this is that I kind of like my room now. I can find whatever I’m looking for and I don’t have to worry about mom getting mad. I’m not saying it will stay perfect… but I’m going to try… for a little while anyway.
Day 25: I’m wearing my purple shoes and going to the mall with my treasure in my pocket!
34. From the passage, the reader can infer that in the beginning, the writer’s room is
37. In line 14 of the first page, “optical illusion” most likely means A. Things are what they seem to be.