Iowa Test Practice Questions (ITBS Test and Iowa Assessments)
Wondering what kinds of questions your child will be asked on the Iowa Assessments or the ITBS? Below are five examples.
IMPORTANT: While the Iowa test sample questions shown on this page are representative of what your child will see on the exam, they aren’t taken directly from an actual Iowa test that’s being administered this year. For more ITBS and Iowa Practice, check out our 100 Free Questions.
Iowa Assessments and the ITBS Sample Question #1 — Level 12, Spelling
Parent, say this to your child: “For this question, you will see a list of words. If one of the words is spelled wrong, circle that word. If none of the words are spelled wrong, circle the last answer choice that says ‘no error.’”
E. No error
Iowa Assessments and the ITBS Sample Question #2 — Level 5, Listening
For this section, say to your child: “I am going to read you a question while you look at some pictures. Listen carefully, because I can only read the question once. After I read it, fill in the circle under the picture that answers the question.”
“Kelly was organizing the shoes in her closet. She decided to match each pair of shoes and put them together. Fill in the circle under the picture that shows how Kelly organized her shoes.”
Iowa Assessments and the ITBS Sample Question #3 — Level 8, Math
Michael has 5 dogs. Each dog has 4 legs. Which of the following represents the total number of legs?
A. 5 + 4
B. 5 – 4
C. 5 ÷ 4
Iowa Assessments and the ITBS Sample Question #4 — Level 6, Vocabulary
For this section, say to your child: “I’m going to show you three pictures and then I’m going to say a word. Then, you’ll fill in the circle underneath the picture that goes with the word I say. Now, listen to the word I’m about to say: That word is ‘steam.’ Can you find picture that goes best with the word ‘steam’ and fill in the circle that’s underneath it?”
Iowa Assessments and the ITBS Sample Question #5 — Level 8, Social Studies
Fill in the circle below the picture that shows someone using a service that the government provides.
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