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MAP Tests for Kindergarten through 1st grade

There are three different kinds of MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) Tests for students grades Kindergarten through 1st grade. Depending on your student’s needs, school, and teacher, each test may be administered to evaluate their academic progress. The three kinds of tests are: Screening Test, Skills Checklist Test, and MAP Growth Test.

Screening Test

The MAP Screening test for Early Learners is used to get baseline information for new students. This test will only be used for Kindergarten or pre-K students. The test adapts after each “Initial Sub-skill Section”, where students who get less than 4 questions correct will get a less difficult section, and students who get 4 or 5 correct will get a more difficult section.

Early learners will be tested for Math Numeracy and Reading Literacy only.

The Screening: Mathematics Early Numeracy test will have 35 questions.

In the Mathematics Early Numeracy Test’s Initial Sub-skill Section, students will be tested for:

• Counts: Counts 1 to 10 and One-to-One Correspondence for 1 to 10
• Number/Numeral: Identifies Numerals 1 to 10
• Computation: Computes with Manipulatives: Moving Objects

If the child is moved to the Less Difficult Adaptive Section, they will be tested on:

• Counts: Rote Counting — Counts to a Number
• Number/Numeral: Matches Numerals 1 to 10
• Computation: Identifies Numbers of Objects: More/Fewer

If the child is moved to the More Difficult Adaptive Section, they will be tested on:

• Counts: One-to-One Correspondence for 11 to 20
• Number/Numeral: Identifies Numerals 11 to 20
• Computation: Computes with Manipulatives: Numerical Answer

The Screening: Reading Early Literacy test will have 33 questions.

In the Reading Early Literacy Test’s Initial Sub-skill Section, students will be tested for

• Phonological Awareness: Rhyming Words
• Visual Discrimiation/Phonics: Letter Identification
• Concepts of Print: Orientation to the Page

If the student is moved to the Less Difficult Adaptive Section, they will be tested on:

• Phonological Awareness: Matching Sounds
• Visual Discrimination/Phonics: Visual Discrimination of Words
• Concepts of Print: Understanding Pre-Reading Behaviors

If the student is moved to the More Difficult Adaptive Section, they will be tested on:

• Phonological Awareness: Manipulating Sounds
• Visual Discrimination/Phonics: Matching Sounds to Letters
• Concepts of Print: Identify Title/Author and Counting Words

MAP Growth

The MAP Growth test for Kindergarten through 1st grade (K-1) is an adaptive test used to assess the growth of a student from one term to the next, and figure out what the student is next ready to learn. For these grade levels, the MAP Growth Math K-2 (Early Learners) and Reading K-2 (Early Learners) are used. Because children may not know how to read yet, headphones are used and some questions will be read aloud. This is a broader assessment test that can be given to students each term. They may also be aligned with specific state standards.

MAP Growth Reading K-2 (Early Learners) is approximately 40 minutes long with two 20-minute sessions, although the test is untimed. The test will have around 43 questions.

Here are some areas that your child may be expected to know on their MAP Reading K-2 test:

Skill TypeContent
Foundational SkillsPhonics and Word Recognition
Phonological Awareness
Print Concepts
Literary and Informational TextMeaning, Context, Craft, and Structure
Informational Text: Key Ideas, Details, Craft, Structure
Literature: Key ideas, Craft, Structure
Language and WritingCapitalize, Spell, Punctuate
Language: Grammar, Usage
Writing: Purposes: Plan, Develop, Edit
Text Types and Purposes, Research
Vocabulary Acquisition and UseWord Meanings and Relationships
Vocabulary Use and FunctionsLanguage: Context Clues and References
Vocabulary Acquisition and Use

TestingMom has many resources for students preparing for their MAP Growth Reading K-2 (Early Learners) test. Here is what a MAP Test question may look like for your student!

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MAP Math Kindergarten – Grade 2

MAP Growth Math K-2 (Early Learners) is approximately 40 minutes long, with two 20-minute sessions, although the test is untimed. The test will have around 43 questions.

What your child sees on their Math K-2 (Early Learners) is dependent on both the state your child is in & their school district. The test is adaptive, so your child may see questions from above their grade level, and the test’s difficulty will adjust according to what your student answers correctly or incorrectly.

Here are some areas your child may be expected to know on their MAP Math K-2 test:

SkillContent
GeometryReason with Shapes and Their Attributes
Measurement and DataRepresent and Interpret Data
Solve Problems Involving Measurement
Number and OperationsNumber and Operations: Base Ten and Fractions
Understand Place Value, Counting, and Cardinality
Operations and Algebraic ThinkingProperties of Operations
Represent and Solve Problems

MAP Math Test Practice for 2nd Grade

TestingMom has many resources for you and your child as you prepare for your MAP Growth Math K-2 (Early Learners) test. Here are some sample MAP Test practice questions that your child may see on their test!

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Skills Checklist

The Skills Checklist MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) Test is a test used to assess a student’s knowledge of a specific skill, either before teaching the skill or after. There 10 reading skills and 28 math skills to choose from, with each test being scored as a percentage correct.

Depending on your student’s teacher, school, and state curriculum, a Skills Checklist test may be given throughout the year.

Here is the list of skills that your child may be tested on for a Math Skills Checklist test:

Name of TestContent
Math Computation
10 Manipulatives
Addition: Computation and Story Problems – Using Manipulatives
Subtraction: Computation and Story Problems – Using Manipulatives
Math Computation-
10 Numbers
Addition: Two 1-Digit Numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Subtraction: Two 1-Digit Numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Math Computation
10 Problem Solving
Addition: Story Problems – Result Unknown
Subtraction: Story Problems – Result Unknown
Math Computation
20 Manipulatives
Addition: Story Problems – Using Manipulatives
Subtraction: Computation – Using Manipulatives
Math Computation-
20 Numbers
Addition: Two 1-Digit Numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Subtraction: Two 1-Digit Numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Math Computation-
20 Problem Solving
Addition: Story Problems – Result Unknown
Subtraction: Story Problems – Result Unknown
Math Computation-
100 Manipulatives
Addition and Subtraction – Using Manipulatives
Multiplication – Using Manipulatives
Division – Using Manipulatives
Math Computation-
100 Manipulatives Regroup
Addition and Subtraction – Using Manipulatives
Multiplication – Using Manipulatives
Division – Using Manipulatives
Math Computation-
100 Numbers
Addition: 1- or 2-Digit Numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Addition: Multiple 1- and 2-Digit Numbers
Subtraction: Two 1- or 2-Digit numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Multiplication: Basic Facts – Horizontal and Vertical
Math Computation-
100 Numbers Regroups
Addition: 1- or 2-Digit Numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Addition: Multiple 1- and 2-Digit Numbers
Subtraction: Two 1- or 2-Digit numbers – Horizontal and Vertical
Multiplication: 2-Digit Numbers <20 by a 1-Digit Numbers
Division: Basic Facts
Math Computation-
100 Problem Solving
Addition: Story Problems – Result Unknown
Addition: Story Problems – Start of Change Unknown
Addition: Story Problems – Multiple Numbers
Subtraction: Story Problems – Result Unknown
Subtraction: Story Problems – Start or Change Unknown
Math Computation-
100 Problem Solving Regroup
Subtraction: Story Problems and Estimation
Math Computation-
1000 Manipulatives
Subtraction: Using Manipulatives
Multiplication: Using Manipulatives
Division: Using Manipulatives (with remainders)
Math Computation-
1000 Numbers
Subtraction: Minuend <1000
Multiplication: 2- or 3-Digit Number by a 1- or 2-Digit Number
Division: Numbers 100 or Less by a 1- or 2-Digit Number
Math Computation-
1000 Problem Solving
Subtraction: Story Problems and Estimation
Multiplication: Story Problems
Division: Story Problems
Math NumberSense-
10: Count-Order-PlaceValue
Counts to 10 – Forwards and Backwards
One-to-One Correspondence
Identifies position – First, Last and 1st – 10th
Compare Numbers Using Words
Group Objects into 10s
Math NumberSense-
10: Representation
Names Numerals
Represents Numerals Correctly
Composes and Decomposes Numbers
Identifies or Represents Whole, Part of, Half
Identifies a Penny, a Nickel, and a Dime
Identifies Name of Coin Worth 1¢, 5¢, 10¢
Math NumberSense-
20: Count-Order-PlaceValue
Counts by 1s, 2s, and 5s,
Counts Backwards
Counts on from Any Number by 1s
One-to-One Correspondence
Groups Objects into 10s and 1s
Math NumberSense-
20: Ordering
Identifies Position: 11th to 20th
Compares Numbers
Math NumberSense-
20: Representation
Identifies Numerals and Represents Numbers
Composes and Decomposes Numbers
Identifies Multiple Ways of Representing Numbers
Identifies or Represents Fractions: Fourths
Math NumberSense-
100: Counting
Counts on by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s
Counts by 10s to 100
Math NumberSense-
100: Ordering
Compares Numbers
Identifies Numbers 1 Greater Than and Less Than a Given Number
Identifies Numbers Between Two Given Numbers
Orders and Compares the Value of Coins
Math NumberSense-
100: Place Value
Identifies Standard Form Name
Identifies Number of sets give pictures
Identifies number of sets given numbers
Reorganizes groups of 10s and 1s
Math NumberSense-
100: Representation
Identifies numerals
Represents numbers
Composes and Decomposes numbers
Identifies multiple ways of representing numbers
Fractions: thirds
Money
Math NumberSense-
1000: Counting
Counts by 3s
Counts on by 2s and 5s
Counts by 10s and 100s from numbers ≤100 and ≥100
Counts by 10s from any multiple of 10
Counts on by 10s from any number
Math NumberSense-
1000: Ordering
Compares numbers using words and symbols
Identifies number 10 less or more than a given number
Identifies number 100 less or more than a given number
Identifies numbers between two given numbers
Math NumberSense-
1000: Place Value
Groups objects into 100s, 10s, and 1s
Identifies the number of 100s, 10s, and 1s in a number
Identifies the number of 100s, 10s, and 1s in a number
Identifies the standard form of a number from expanded form
Identifies multiples ways of showing the same number using place values
Math NumberSense-
1000: Representation
Identifies numerals
Represents numbers
Composes and decomposes
Identifies multiple ways of representing numbers
Fractions: eighths
Money

Here are a list of skills that your child may be tested on in a Reading Skills Checklist test:

Name of TestContent
Consonant Blends-Digraphs
Initial Blends and Clusters
Final Blends
Initial and Final Digraphs
Decoding Multi-Syllable Words
Inflectional Endings
Prefixes and Suffixes
Open and Closed/C+le Syllables
Decoding Patterns-Word Families
Words with Common Spelling Patterns
Letter Identification
Upper Case
Lower Case
Manipulation of Sounds
Substitution of Sounds: Beginning, Middle, and End
Blending of Sounds
Deletion of Sounds
Matching Letters to Sounds
Consonants
Vowels
Phoneme Identification
Initial Consonant Sounds
Final Consonant Sounds
Middle Vowel Sounds
Phonological Awareness
Identifying Number of Syllables (one, two, and three)
Rhyming
Blending
Syllable Types- CVC-CVCe-R-Controlled
CVC
CVCe
R-Controlled
Vowel-Digraphs-Diphthongs
Digraphs
Diphthongs