Comparing and Classifying

Elementary  /  Math  /  Comparing and Classifying

In this topic, students and teachers will find information about:

 

  • Identifying whether the number of objects in one group is the same as, more, or less than the objects of another group.
  • Deciding which item does not belong in a given group.
  • Comparing numbers.

There are 155-180 primary school level questions, 15-40 elementary school level questions, 0-25 middle school level questions, and 0-25 high school questions about Comparing and Classifying in Castle Learning. These multiple choice, constructed response (extended response/essay), fill-in-the-blank, and multi-option questions can be used for review, homework, assessments and more.

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Bloom’s Cognitive Taxonomy levels addressed in Comparing and Classifying:

Question Attribute Elementary School Middle School High School
Bloom’s Cognitive 1 – Remember check.png cross.png cross.png
Bloom’s Cognitive 2 – Understand check.png cross.png cross.png
Bloom’s Cognitive 3 – Apply cross.png cross.png cross.png
Bloom’s Cognitive 4 – Analyze cross.png cross.png cross.png

Bloom’s Cognitive 5 – Evaluate

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Bloom’s Cognitive 6 – Create

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Bloom’s Knowledge Taxonomy levels addressed in Comparing and Classifying:

Question Attribute Elementary School Middle School High School
Webb’s Depth of Knowledge 1 – Recall  check.png  cross.png  cross.png
Webb’s Depth of Knowledge 2 – Skill/Concept check.png  cross.png  cross.png
Webb’s Depth of Knowledge 4 – Extended Thinking cross.png  cross.png  cross.png
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Sample Questions from Comparing and Classifying:
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Elementary School Level Comparing and Classifying Sample Question – Teacher’s View

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