Math Kindergarten Quiz Understanding the Last Number Name in CountingK.CC.B.4.B
Objective: Assess students’ understanding of the principle that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted, based on the kindergarten Common Core standard K.CC.B.4.B.
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Sarah counted 5 toys and said “five” last. How many toys does she have?
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If you rearrange 6 pencils in a row and then count them, which number should you say last?
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Alex counted his candies and the last number he said was “eight”. How many candies does he have?
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Even if you count the 4 balloons from right to left or left to right, what will be the total number of balloons?
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You have a pile of 3 books. If you arrange them in a stack and count, which number will you say last?
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Tom counted 7 apples in a circle. The last number he said was:
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If 10 marbles are spread out or grouped together, what is the last number you will say when counting them?
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There are 9 birds on a wire. If two fly away and then come back, how many birds are there when you count them?
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Regardless of how 2 cats sit, when you count them, you will end with which number?
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If you have 4 chairs and you arrange them in different patterns, the last number you’ll say when counting them is:
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