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1.OA - Operations & Algebraic Thinking
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#1 1.OA.1 - counting - 57 (selected - level I & II - an)
#2 1.OA.2 - 3 addends word problem - 3 (constructed - level I & II)
Nayla picked 7 cherries, 4 blueberries and 5 strawberries.
How many did Nayla pick in all?
show your work here
#3 NA-not aligned-related- counting - 2 (constructed - level I)
What number comes before 12 and after 10?
#4 1.OA.6 - pattern - 2 (constructed - level II)
Complete the missing number sentence from this pattern
#5 1.OA.7 - equal - 1 (selected - level I)
True or False.
1 + 6 = 7 + 0
#6 1.OA.8 - unknown - 1 (constructed - level II)
Determine the unknown number that makes the equation true
#7 1.OA.2 - 3 addends - 3 (constructed - level II)
#8 1.OA.3 - relationship - 15 (constructed - level II)
Apply the associative property to the following addition:
5 + 6
#9 1.OA.4 - subtraction as an unknown-addend - 24 (constructed - level II)
10 - 5 =
#10 1.OA.1 - addition word problem - 1 (constructed - level I & II)
Jason bought 3 cupcakes.
Chris bought 5 cupcakes.
How many cupcakes did Jason and Chris buy?
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