TerraNova Kindergarten Grade Practice Questions
The TerraNova Test serves as an achievement test that is administered to students in grades K-12. The exam strives to assess higher-order thinking as well as other academic skills that the child has been taught in school. The test measures specific skill criteria such as achievement in reading, language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, vocabulary and spelling. The test is formatted as a multiple choice test, however 1st graders and above may be given free-response questions.
The Kindergarten level TerraNova is the first exam in the test series. Kindergarten students will only take reading and math sections which have a total of 70 questions. The Kindergarten test will typically last a total of an hour and a half. The practice questions below will provide your child with the ability to familiarize themselves with the test content as well as the question formatting.
Parent 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.”
Mark the circle beneath the picture that shows this: Betty is about to dive off the high diving board.
Parents: Please read these questions to your child and circle the answer they give.
Parents say to your child: We’re going to practice your reading. I will read a word to you and use it in a sentence. Then you should fill in the circle next to the word I read.
Parent say to your child: “Look at the 3 pictures in a row. I’m going to say a word to you. Then you will fill in the circle under the picture that belongs with the word that I say.”
For this section, tell 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.”
Description: Oliver was so excited because his cat just had 4 kittens. Two of the kittens were white, one was black and one was orange. Fill in the circle under the picture that shows Oliver’s new kittens.
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