# Is your child being left behind in Math?

By Mathnasium | Added Feb 27, 2013

When students can do these questions (at their grade level and below), mentally - without using pencil and paper - they are likely doing well. For students who can't handle these questions, this is a warning sign. Very often they need help outside of the classroom. Students who can do the questions at and above their grade level may need a more challenging experience.

See how well your child answers these questions. The results may surprise you!

 First Grade: 11 + 12 = ___ Second Grade: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9 + 10 = ___ Third Grade: How much is 99 plus 99 plus 99? Fourth Grade: Count by 1¾ from 0 to 7. Fifth Grade: Which is greatest: 17/18, 23/30, or 18/19? Explain how you got your answer. Sixth Grade: Halfway through the second quarter, how much of the game is left? Seventh Grade: How much is 6½% of 250? Pre-Algebra: On a certain map, 6 inches represent 25 miles. How many miles do 15 inches represent? Algebra: When you take 3 away from twice a number, the answer is 8. What is the number? Geometry: What is the Absolute Value of the point (3, 4)?
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