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 Financial Literacy 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 BONUS feature is included! This resource includes a unique ©MyCalltoTeach Grade 4 Math Curriculum Tracker template and UNIQUE Financial Literacy 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 4 Math Curriculum!
1 PDF Financial Literacy Mid-Chapter Quiz (3 pages, 6 questions)
1 PDF Financial Literacy Mid-Chapter Quiz ANSWERS
1 PDF Financial Literacy Test (4 pages, 9 questions)
1 PDF Financial Literacy Test ANSWERS
1 EDITABLE Google Slide Financial Literacy Mid-Chapter Quiz
1 EDITABLE Google Slide Financial Literacy Test
BONUS: ©MyCalltoTeach Grade 4 Curriculum Tracker
BONUS: ©MyCalltoTeach Grade 4 UNIQUE Financial Literacy Completion Badge
F1.1 identify various methods of payment that can be used to purchase goods and services
F1.2 estimate and calculate the cost of transactions involving multiple items priced in whole-dollar amounts, not including sales tax, and the amount of change needed when payment is made in cash, using mental math
F1.3 explain the concepts of spending, saving, earning, investing, and donating, and identify key factors to consider when making basic decisions related to each
F1.4 explain the relationship between spending and saving, and describe how spending and saving behaviours may differ from one person to another
F1.5 describe some ways of determining whether something is reasonably priced and therefore a good purchase
*NOTE that this is the "BUNDLE" price - once all assessments are completed, price of each individual assessment package will change*
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14 pages, 2 Google Slides, 2 Tracker templates, 1 Badge