This resource is for the Grade 7 SPATIAL SENSE strand of Measurement .
Do you need summative assessments for the NEW Ontario Math Curriculum? This NO-PREP, PDF and editable resource is what you need! This resource contains summative assessments for your students to apply what they have learned in the Measurement strand.
This package contains 2 assessments: a Mid-Chapter Quiz and a Unit Test. The assessments come in PDF AND as an editable Google Slide for you to differentiate and modify when needed – we also know how much student engagement increases when students read their own names on assessments!
Assessments touch upon all 4 levels of assessment: Knowledge & Understanding, Thinking, Communication, and Application questions.
Finally, a feature is included! This resource includes a unique ©MyCalltoTeach Grade 7 Math Curriculum Tracker template and UNIQUE Measurement badge of completion. Students keep a copy of the tracker in their notebooks at the beginning of the year. As they complete each unit and its assessments, the student receives a unique completion badge. Collect them all and that means the student has completed the entire Grade 7 Math Curriculum!
- 1 PDF Measurement Mid-Chapter Quiz (3 pages, 7 questions)
- 1 PDF Measurement Mid-Chapter Quiz ANSWERS
- 1 PDF Measurement Test (4 pages, 9 questions)
- 1 PDF Measurement Test ANSWERS
- 1 EDITABLE Google Slide Measurement Mid-Chapter Quiz
- 1 EDITABLE Google Slide Measurement Test
- BONUS: ©MyCalltoTeach Grade 7 Curriculum Tracker
- BONUS: ©MyCalltoTeach Grade 7 UNIQUE Measurement Completion Badge
E2.1 describe the differences and similarities between volume and capacity, and apply the relationship between millilitres (mL) and cubic centimetres (cm3) to solve problems
E2.2 solve problems involving perimeter, area, and volume that require converting from one metric unit of measurement to another
E2.3 use the relationships between the radius, diameter, and circumference of a circle to explain the formula for finding the circumference and to solve related problems
E2.4 construct circles when given the radius, diameter, or circumference
E2.5 show the relationships between the radius, diameter, and area of a circle, and use these relationships to explain the formula for measuring the area of a circle and to solve related problems
E2.6 represent cylinders as nets and determine their surface area by adding the areas of their parts
E2.7 show that the volume of a prism or cylinder can be determined by multiplying the area of its base by its height, and apply this relationship to find the area of the base, volume, and height of prisms and cylinders when given two of the three measurements
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