Common Core: Kindergarten Math : Describing Measurable Attributes of Objects: CCSS.Math.Content.K.MD.A.1

Example Questions

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Example Question #1 : Measurement & Data

Which triangle is taller?

B

A

They are the same size.

A

Explanation:

Triangle A goes up higher than triangle B, which means it is taller.

Example Question #1 : Measurement & Data

Which shape is taller?

B

They are the same size.

A

B

Explanation:

Shape B goes up higher than shape A, which means it is taller.

Example Question #1 : Describing And Comparing Measurable Attributes

Which shape is shorter?

They are the same size.

B

A

B

Explanation:

Shape B does not go up as high as shape A, which means it is shorter.

Example Question #2 : Measurement & Data

Which pentagon is shorter?

B

A

They are the same size.

A

Explanation:

Pentagon A does not go up as high as pentagon B, which means it is shorter.

Example Question #1 : Measurement & Data

Which hexagon is shorter?

They are the same size.

B

A

They are the same size.

Explanation:

The hexagons are the same size.

Example Question #2 : Describing And Comparing Measurable Attributes

Which arrow is longer?

They are the same length.

A

B

B

Explanation:

Arrow B goes out past arrow A, which means it is longer.

Example Question #2 : Describing And Comparing Measurable Attributes

Which arrow is longer?

They are the same length.

B

A

A

Explanation:

Arrow A goes out past arrow B, which means it is longer.

Example Question #1 : Measurement & Data

Which arrow is shorter?

A

They are the same length.

B

B

Explanation:

Arrow B does not go out as far as arrow A, which means it is shorter.

Example Question #1 : Measurement & Data

Which arrow is shorter?

They are the same length.

A

B

A

Explanation:

Arrow A does not go out as far as arrow B, which means it is shorter.

Example Question #1 : Measurement & Data

Which arrow is shorter?

B

A

They are the same length.