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# Free Common Core Questions of the Day

The Common Core Standards set up consistent proficiency guidelines in major subjects such as English, math, and science. The problem-solving, critical thinking, and analytical skills included are intended to prepare your child for college, and later, for entering the workforce. As these standards have been adopted, students are now required to demonstrate their knowledge in many subjects. Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools provide help in the form of various types of Common Core practice exercises. The Question of the Day gives your child free Common Core practice that can help to prepare them for college courses, and for work and training beyond their academic career. By focusing on the subjects covered, they’ll be able to master the topics teachers are using to measure progress and success.

The Question of the Day is available for many Common Core topics. The questions are taken from well over 1,000 concept-specific Practice Tests and dozens of free Full-Length Practice Tests available on the website. Daily Common Core test practice for children in kindergarten through eighth grade is available. Math is often considered one of the most important subjects. It is also the subject that is the most challenging for students. In each grade level, students are expected to master specific concepts of math. As mathematics is cumulative, your child will build on the knowledge they learn each year. They’ll need to be proficient in each concept as they move along. The expectations of the Common Core Standards mean there is less room to fall behind.

Common Core test review can be an academic boost for your child. The Question of the Day is a brief addition to your child’s studies, but can quickly demonstrate what they know and what needs more work. It is intended to be a part of the learning process that can be fit into any busy schedule. Various Common Core review concepts are considered. In math, questions may deal with understanding problems and how to solve them, the ability to reason abstractly and quantitatively, to analyze mathematically, use models, use appropriate tools, be precise, understand numerical structure, or repeatedly demonstrate reasoning. There are a wide range of categories and subcategories that are relevant to your child’s grade level and Common Core study plan.

The Question of the Day provides daily Common Core review for each grade level, from kindergarten through grade eight. Each question is chosen at random from the many sets of Common Core practice questions available on the Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools website. This builds skills and also provides the benefits of randomization. Since a student can never be sure what they are going to be asked, this can help make the mind more flexible. Explanations at the end of each exercise are also beneficial. A wrong answer is an opportunity to focus your child’s studying and the details provided about each answer are informative enough to use as study tools.

This free Common Core practice is an opportunity for your child to study more efficiently to work toward meeting the educational requirements now in place. The Question of the Day enables you to work with your child, help hone in on their skills, and work toward mastering various mathematical concepts at their grade level.