Second grade Spring season dyscalculia screener Important When completing the screener, and asked to enter a number, make sure you only enter numbers, do not add CM or $ or % or any other variable. When entering fractions, one half is entered as this: 1/2 A mixed number like one and one third is entered as this: 1 1/3 (with a space between the whole number and the fraction) Decimals always are entered with the leading 0, for example two tenths is entered as 0.2 The result of the screener is shown on your screen immediately after submitting the information and you will also get an email with a link to the same results. Email Name of person screened When I do calculations I use my fingers to countClick the smiley to show how much YOU agree with this. When I do calculations I use tally marksClick the smiley to show how much YOU agree with this. Counting backward is easy for meClick the smiley to show how much YOU agree with this. I like puzzles and they are always easyClick the smiley to show how much YOU agree with this. I know very well left from rightClick the smiley to show how much YOU agree with this. How many dots do you see? How many dots do you see? How many dots do you see? Complete the part whole model Complete the part whole model Complete the part whole model 3 tens and 7 ones = 12 tens and 4 ones = 7 hundreds, 4 tens, and 15 ones = 5 hundreds and 10 tens = 38 + 5 = 54 + 9 = Fill in the missing number: 12 + = 42 49 - 9 = Fill in the missing number: 72 - = 69 Fill in the missing number: 53 - = 18 double 9 = double 24 = half of 80 = half of 30 = Add up the base ten blocks Keep going: 5 - 10 - 15 - 20 - Keep going: 24 - 22 - 20 - 37 + 5 = Jenny put 30 cookies equally onto 3 plates. How many cookies are on each plate? What number do you see? How many apples are there? 6 + 6 + 6 = 4 + 6 + 4 + 6 = 4 x 5 = 12 + 12 = What is the next shape? A paintbrush is cm longer than the pencil The total length of one paintbrush and the pencil is cm Estimate how many purple balls there are10 - 1515 - 2020 - 2525 - 3030 - 35 Time is Up! Back to Screeners per grade