Mathematics Materials Collections for Year-End States

2022 Year-End Model Spring Assessment Window

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Dynamic Learning Maps® (DLM®) testlets sometimes call for the use of specific materials. The Testlet Information Page (TIP) for each testlet identifies these materials. Sometimes materials are required and cannot be substituted, but substitutes are allowed in most cases. If a testlet requires materials, the TIP will state the specific materials mentioned in the testlet and describe their attributes so that test administrators can find appropriate substitutions. For more information about substituting materials, see the TEST ADMINISTRATION MANUAL sections titled Teacher-Administered Testlets and Retrieve the Testlet Information Page and Gather Materials.

Since the DLM system uses adaptive delivery to assign a linkage level for each testlet, the system provides the TIP when each testlet is assigned. Therefore, the exact materials needed to assess each student are unknown prior to the opening of the spring assessment window.

The following list contains materials commonly needed in mathematics testlets and gives test administrators more opportunity to prepare for the mathematics alternate assessment prior to the opening of the assessment window. The tables in this document summarize lists of materials per grade level for general testlets and, where appropriate, for students who are blind or have visual impairments.

Materials may be substituted unless the TIP specifically states, “No substitutions allowed.”


Hints for using this list:
  • Look at the whole list for each grade and find materials that can meet multiple purposes. Note the types of materials mentioned more than once.
  • Find materials that already exist in the classroom or are easily found in the school building.
  • Pick materials that are familiar to the student.
  • Remember that in most cases, materials can be substituted as long as they have the same attributes as those on the list. Examples of possible substitutions are found in Table 1.
  • Materials substitutions are listed for individual testlets on the corresponding TIP.
  • The student’s safety should be the primary concern when choosing materials or substitutions.
Example Materials Description Possible Solution
two sets of identical objects packaged together (packs of crayons, pencils, and markers) use two identical packs of flash cards
two objects that are the same size, and one object that is smaller than the other two use two flash cards that are the same size and a smaller playing card


Contained in this document:
  • Lists by grade of materials commonly used in mathematics testlets
  • Lists by grade of materials that may be used to administer testlets to students who are blind or have visual impairments. These mathematics testlets are general testlets adapted to be more accessible for students who are blind or have visual impairments.

 

Grade 3

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 book
  • 1 crumpled piece of paper
  • 1 large blue block
  • 1 large piece of paper
  • 1 large tube sock
  • 1 large yellow block
  • 1 long pencil
  • 1 long ribbon
  • 1 paper clip
  • 1 pen
  • 1 piece of notebook paper
  • 1 rubber band (or piece of string)
  • 1 short pencil
  • 1 short ribbon
  • 1 small ankle sock
  • 1 small blue block
  • 1 small piece of paper
  • 1 smooth piece of paper
  • 2 cubes
  • 2 gloves
  • 2 identical 16-count boxes of crayons
  • 2 identical blocks
  • 2 identical glue sticks
  • 2 identical puzzles with 4 or more pieces
  • 2 markers with caps
  • 40 objects to use as counters
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 6 index cards
  • 8 dominoes
  • 8 erasers
  • a container to hold all of the counters
  • cards numbered 1 to 30
  • 1 piece of string that is 1 foot
  • 1 piece of string that is 2 feet
  • 1 piece of string that is 3 feet
  • unit cubes
  • yardstick with feet clearly marked

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Grade 3 Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 addition sign
  • 1 circle divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into fourths
  • 1 circle divided into halves
  • 1 circle divided into thirds
  • 1 circle representing 1/10
  • 1 circle representing 1/2
  • 1 circle representing 1/3
  • 1 circle representing 1/4
  • 1 container with 10 compartments
  • 1 continuous substance
  • 1 equal sign
  • 1 five-inch object
  • 1 four-inch object
  • 1 hexagon
  • 1 one-hundred-dollar bill
  • 1 large circle
  • 1 oval
  • 1 parallelogram divided into halves
  • 1 pentagon
  • 1 rectangle
  • 1 rectangle divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 4 equal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 6 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 8 equal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into halves
  • 1 rectangle divided into thirds
  • 1 set of 20 objects to serve as informal units of measure
  • 1 set of 60 objects
  • 1 six-inch object
  • 1 small circle
  • 1 star divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 1 star divided into 6 unequal parts
  • 1 subtraction sign
  • 1 tactile material to create groups
  • 1 tactile picture graph
  • 1 tactile ruler
  • 1 three-inch object
  • 1 two-inch object
  • 1 whole parallelogram
  • 1 whole star
  • 15 object As
  • 18 containers
  • 18 one-dollar bills
  • 2 containers with 7 compartments
  • 2 medium objects
  • 2 small objects
  • 2 tactile bar graphs
  • 24 circles
  • 3 containers with 6 compartments each
  • 3 medium triangles
  • 3 sets of 2 objects where the objects within each set vary in length
  • 3 small triangles
  • 3 tactile number charts
  • 33 triangles
  • 38 squares
  • 4 dimes
  • 4 identical containers
  • 5 large objects
  • 5 large triangles
  • 5 ten-dollar bills
  • 8 ten-dollar bills
  • set of 20 B objects
Grade 4

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 balance scale
  • 1 big bowl
  • 1 book
  • 1 box of crayons
  • 1 clear half-gallon pitcher
  • 1 clear four-cup measuring cup with the number of cups clearly marked
  • 1 empty coffee can
  • 1 glove
  • 1 key
  • 1 large box
  • 1 medium box
  • 1 paper plate
  • 1 picture
  • 1 rough towel
  • 1 rubber band (or piece of string)
  • 1 small bowl
  • 1 small box
  • 1 small cup
  • 1 straw
  • 1 tactile material to create groups
  • 2 identical 12-count boxes of colored pencils
  • 2 identical adhesive bandages
  • 2 identical erasers
  • 2 identical folders
  • 2 identical large cups
  • 2 identical markers
  • 2 identical notebooks
  • 2 identical pens
  • 2 identical soft towels
  • 2 pots
  • 2 re-sealable sandwich bags with different amounts of rice inside
  • 20 marbles to use as informal units
  • 3 cut-up pieces of a second identical straw
  • 50 cotton balls to use as informal units
  • 6 erasers
  • 6 paper clips
  • connecting cubes
  • dominoes
  • food coloringM/lli>
  • water

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 circle divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into 6 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into fourths
  • 1 circle divided into halves
  • 1 circle divided into sixths
  • 1 circle representing 1/10
  • 1 circle representing 1/2
  • 1 circle representing 1/3
  • 1 circle representing 1/4
  • 1 circle representing 1/8
  • 1 circle with a radius of 1 unit
  • 1 container about 2 times the size of the small container
  • 1 container about 20 times the size of the small container
  • 1 container about 4 times the size of the small container
  • 1 continuous substance
  • 1 cube measuring 1 unit x 1 unit x 1 unit
  • 1 dime
  • 1 one-dollar bill
  • 1 heavy object
  • 1 light object
  • 1 nickel
  • 1 object about 2 times the size of the small object
  • 1 object about 4 times the size of the small object
  • 1 object that is heavier than 3 cube weights
  • 1 object that is lighter than 1 cube weight
  • 1 object that is lighter than 18 cube weights
  • 1 object that is equal to 10 cube weights
  • 1 penny
  • 1 quarter
  • 1 rectangle divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into fourths
  • 1 rectangle divided into halves
  • 1 rectangle divided into sixths
  • 1 rectangle measuring 12 x 6
  • 1 rectangle measuring 2 x 1
  • 1 rectangle measuring 3 x 1
  • 1 rectangle measuring 5 x 8
  • 1 rectangle measuring 9 x 7
  • 1 rectangle representing 1/2
  • 1 rectangle representing 1/4
  • 1 rectangle representing 2/3
  • 1 rectangle representing 9/10
  • 1 rectangle with a tactile border
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 4 x 3
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 4 x 6
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 4 x 7
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 10 x 5
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 4 x 2
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 4 x 3 with 3 square units missing
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 5 x 3
  • 1 rectangle with discernible squares units measuring 5 x 4
  • 1 small acute angle
  • 1 small container
  • 1 square divided into 2 equal parts
  • 1 square measuring 1 x 1
  • 1 square measuring 1 unit x 1 unit
  • 1 square measuring 2 x 2
  • 1 square measuring 3 units x 3 units
  • 1 square representing 1/4
  • 1 square representing 3/4
  • 1 square with a tactile border
  • 1 square with discernable square units measuring 3 x 3
  • 1 square with discernable square units measuring 5 x 5
  • 1 tactile material to create groups
  • 1 ten-cup container
  • 1 triangle divided into 2 equal parts
  • 1 two-cup container
  • 1 two-ounce object
  • 1 two-pound object
  • 1/6 of a rectangle
  • 10 object Cs
  • 2 large congruent acute angles
  • 3 balance scales
  • 3 obtuse angles
  • 3 right angles
  • 3 small circles
  • 3 tactile analog clocks
  • 31 cube weights
  • 4 circles
  • 6 identical containers
  • 6 small identical objects
  • 8 tactile digital clocks
  • 9 object As
  • 9 object Bs
  • 9 small triangles
  • tactile letters and numbers for labeling
Grade 5

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 big index card
  • 1 box
  • 1 crayon
  • 1 empty container measuring 3 x 4 x 2
  • 1 empty container measuring 4 x 4 x 3
  • 1 empty container measuring 5 x 4 x 2
  • 1 empty container measuring 5 x 8 x 2
  • 1 empty container measuring 6 x 2 x 3
  • 1 empty container measuring 6 x 5 x 2
  • 1 empty water bottle
  • 1 full water bottle with a colored liquid
  • 1 rubber band
  • 1 small index card
  • 1 spoon
  • 1 towel
  • 2 identical 12-count packs of pens
  • 2 identical books
  • 2 identical cards
  • 2 identical cups
  • 2 identical erasers
  • 2 markers
  • 5 blocks
  • 5 checkers
  • 6 envelopes
  • 7 colored pencils
  • 7 number cubes
  • 8 pencils
  • 8 snap cubes
  • 80 one-inch unit cubes
  • more than enough unit cubes to fill the largest container

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 circle divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into halves
  • 1 circle representing 1/3
  • 1 circle representing 1/4
  • 1 circle representing 2/3
  • 1 circle representing 2/8
  • 1 circle representing 3/3
  • 1 circle representing 3/4
  • 1 container packed with unit cubes
  • 1 cube measuring 1 x 1 x 1
  • 1 equal to sign
  • 1 greater than sign
  • 1 heart
  • 1 isosceles triangle
  • 1 large cone
  • 1 large cube
  • 1 large cylinder
  • 1 large rectangle
  • 1 large sphere
  • 1 less than sign
  • 1 obtuse scalene triangle
  • 1 pyramid
  • 1 rectangle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into eighths
  • 1 rectangle divided into fourths
  • 1 rectangle divided into halves
  • 1 rectangle divided into sixths
  • 1 rectangle divided into tenths
  • 1 rectangle divided into thirds
  • 1 rectangle representing 1/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 1/3
  • 1 rectangle representing 2/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 2/3
  • 1 rectangle representing 2/5
  • 1 rectangle representing 2/8
  • 1 rectangle representing 3/8
  • 1 rectangle representing 4/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 6/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 6/8
  • 1 rectangle representing 7/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 8/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 9/10
  • 1 rectangular prism measuring 2 x 2 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism measuring 3 x 2 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism measuring 3 x 2 x 2
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 2 x 1 x 2
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 3 x 1 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 3 x 1 x 2
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 4 x 1 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 4 x 1 x 2
  • 1 rhombus
  • 1 set of 20 objects
  • 1 small cube
  • 1 small cylinder
  • 1 small rectangle
  • 1 small sphere
  • 1 square divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 square divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 square divided into fourths
  • 1 square divided into halves
  • 1 square representing 1/2
  • 1 square representing 1/3
  • 1 square representing 3/4
  • 1 tactile material used to create groups
  • 1 tactile table
  • 17 connecting cubes
  • 18 object Bs
  • 2 circles divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 2 congruent cubes
  • 2 congruent ellipses
  • 2 congruent hexagons
  • 2 congruent rectangles
  • 2 congruent squares
  • 2 congruent stars
  • 2 congruent trapezoids
  • 2 congruent triangles
  • 2 identical cylinders
  • 2 identical rectangular prisms
  • 2 large squares
  • 2 medium circles
  • 2 right triangles
  • 2 small circles
  • 2 small congruent cones
  • 2 squares divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 2 triangular prisms
  • 3 large equilateral triangles
  • 3 large object As
  • 3 medium equilateral triangles
  • 3 medium object As
  • 3 small equilateral triangles
  • 3 small object As
  • 3 tactile bar graphs
  • 3 tactile number lines
  • 3 tactile picture graphs
  • 4 squares
  • 4 tactile line plots
  • 5 large circles
  • 6 large triangles
  • 8 one-dollar bills
  • 8 ten-dollar bills
  • tactile numbers
Grade 6

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 bag
  • 1 empty box of tea bags
  • 1 empty shoe box
  • 1 empty tissue box
  • 1 rubber band
  • 2 baskets
  • 2 dry sponges varying in size
  • 2 hardcover books
  • 2 packs of gum
  • 2 softcover books
  • 2 wet sponges varying in size
  • 200 one-inch unit cubes
  • 3 blocks that vary in size
  • 3 pencils that vary in length
  • 5 number cubes
  • 6 erasers
  • 6 glue sticks
  • 7 pieces of chalk
  • 7 rulers
  • 8 dominoes
  • 8 folders
  • 8 pens
  • more than enough unit cubes to fill the largest container

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 circle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into fourths
  • 1 circle divided into halves
  • 1 circle divided into thirds
  • 1 circle representing 1/10
  • 1 circle representing 1/2
  • 1 circle representing 1/3
  • 1 circle representing 2/3
  • 1 circle representing 3/4
  • 1 circle representing 8/10
  • 1 container with 10 compartments
  • 1 container with 4 compartments
  • 1 continuous substance
  • 1 cube
  • 1 hexagon
  • 1 large square
  • 1 rectangle divided into fourths
  • 1 rectangle divided into halves
  • 1 rectangle measuring 1/3 x 3
  • 1 rectangle measuring 6 x 10
  • 1 rectangle measuring 6 x 4
  • 1 rectangle representing 1/2
  • 1 rectangle representing 2/3
  • 1 rectangle representing 3/4
  • 1 rectangle with 1 half shaded
  • 1 rectangle with a discernable area
  • 1 rectangle with a discernable perimeter
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 3 x 5
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 3 x 6
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 4 x 3
  • 1 rectangle with discernable square units measuring 4 x 5
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 2 x 3
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 4 x 6
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 4 x 7
  • 1 rectangle with the area shaded
  • 1 rectangle with the border shaded
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 2 x 2 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 3 x 2 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 4 x 3 x 1
  • 1 rectangular prism with discernible cubic units measuring 6 x 4 x 1
  • 1 set of 28 objects
  • 1 small square
  • 1 square divided into 4 equal parts
  • 1 square measuring 1 x 1
  • 1 square measuring 2 x 2
  • 1 square measuring 5 x 5
  • 1 square representing 1/2
  • 1 square representing 1/3
  • 1 square representing 1/4
  • 1 square with discernable square units measuring 4 x 4
  • 1 square with discernable square units measuring 5 x 5
  • 1 square with discernible square units measuring 3 x 3
  • 1 tactile material used to create groups
  • 1 tactile number line
  • 1 tactile picture graph
  • 16 object As
  • 2 circles divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 2 circles divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 2 circles representing 1/4
  • 2 rectangles divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 2 rectangles divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 2 squares divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 2 tactile line plots
  • 3 containers with 3 compartments each
  • 3 tactile line graphs
  • 3 tactile thermometers
  • 6 identical containers
  • 6 tactile bar graphs
Grade 7

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 ball
  • 1 large cup
  • 1 large shirt without buttons
  • 1 long pencil
  • 1 rubber band
  • 1 short pencil
  • 1 small cup
  • 1 small shirt with buttons
  • 1 small shirt without buttons
  • 1 smooth piece of paper
  • 1 crumpled piece of paper
  • 2 identical 12-count boxes of colored pencils
  • 2 identical 7-count packs of toy cars
  • 2 identical cups
  • 2 identical decks of playing cards in their boxes
  • 2 identical notecards
  • 5 crayons
  • 5 markers
  • 5 notebooks
  • 7 dominoes
  • 8 glue sticks

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 circle divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 1 circle divided into fourths
  • 1 circle divided into halves
  • 1 circle representing 1/3
  • 1 circle representing 2/3
  • 1 circle representing 2/4
  • 1 circle representing 3/3
  • 1 circle representing 3/4
  • 1 circle representing 4/4
  • 1 cone
  • 1 cylinder
  • 1 isosceles triangle
  • 1 large circle
  • 1 large cube
  • 1 line segment
  • 1 medium circle
  • 1 oval
  • 1 part of an object F
  • 1 part of an object G
  • 1 rectangle divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 1 rectangle divided into fourths
  • 1 rectangle divided into halves
  • 1 rectangle divided into tenths
  • 1 rectangle measuring 4 x 2
  • 1 rectangle representing 3/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 6/10
  • 1 rectangle representing 7/10
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 2 x 4
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 3 x 2
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 4 x 3
  • 1 rectangle with discernible square units measuring 5 x 4
  • 1 rhombus
  • 1 set of 21 objects
  • 1 set of objects where the set contains 1 whole object and 2 or more parts from an identical object
  • 1 small circle
  • 1 small cube
  • 1 small sphere
  • 1 square measuring 2 x 2
  • 1 square with discernible square units measuring 3 x 3
  • 1 star
  • 1 tactile material to create groups
  • 1 trapezoid
  • 1 container with 1 set of 6 objects
  • 2 circles divided into 2 unequal parts
  • 2 equilateral triangles
  • 2 objects without the measurable attribute of height
  • 2 rectangles divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 2 rectangles representing 4/10
  • 2 right triangles
  • 2 sets of A objects
  • 3 circles representing 1/4
  • 3 sets of B objects
  • 3 tactile coordinate grids
  • 5 number cubes
  • 5 sets of objects where each set contains 1 whole object and 1 part of an identical object (objects A-E)
  • 5 squares
  • 6 circles
Grade 8

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 blank piece of paper
  • 1 dry sponge
  • 1 large black sock
  • 1 large bowl
  • 1 large paper plate
  • 1 large piece of construction paper
  • 1 large plastic cup
  • 1 large white sock
  • 1 small bowl
  • 1 small paper plate
  • 1 small piece of construction paper
  • 1 small plastic cup
  • 1 small porcelain plate
  • 1 small white sock
  • 1 wet sponge
  • 2 identical 20-count sheets of stickers
  • 2 identical glue sticks
  • 2 identical long ribbons
  • 2 identical short ribbons
  • 2 large rectangles
  • 2 long pencils
  • 2 metal spoons varying in size
  • 2 plastic spoons varying in size
  • 2 short pencils
  • 2 small rectangles
  • 3 books that vary in size
  • 3 circles that vary in size
  • 3 craft sticks that vary in size
  • 3 crayons that vary in length
  • 3 cups
  • 3 pencils that vary in length
  • 3 triangles that vary in size
  • 5 pens
  • 5 spoons
  • 7 tangrams

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 acute angle
  • 1 addition symbol
  • 1 arc
  • 1 circle
  • 1 circle divided into thirds
  • 1 circle representing 4/4
  • 1 colon
  • 1 dollar sign
  • 1 equal to sign
  • 1 exclamation point
  • 1 fraction bar
  • 1 obtuse angle
  • 1 pair of adjacent angles forming an acute angle
  • 1 pair of complementary angles
  • 1 pair of supplementary angles
  • 1 ray
  • 1 rectangle measuring 12 x 9
  • 1 rectangle measuring 18 x 9
  • 1 rectangle measuring 6 x 5
  • 1 rectangle representing 1/4
  • 1 rectangle representing 10/10
  • 1 rectangular prism measuring 3 x 4 x 8
  • 1 rectangular prism measuring 6 x 10 x 5
  • 1 rectangular prism measuring 9 x 6 x 8
  • 1 set of 30 identical objects
  • 1 set of objects which contains 1 whole object and 2 parts of an identical object
  • 1 square divided into fourths
  • 1 subtraction symbol
  • 1 tactile line plot
  • 1 tactile material to create groups
  • 2 circles divided into 3 unequal parts
  • 2 right angles
  • 2 sets of objects where each set contains 1 whole object and 1 part of an identical object
  • 2 squares divided into 4 unequal parts
  • 3 materials to indicate part of the number
  • 3 tactile bar graphs
  • 3 tactile function tables
  • 3 tactile picture graphs
  • 3 tactile tables
  • 3 tactile tally charts
  • 4 containers with 10 compartments each
  • 4 greater or less than signs
  • 40 object As
  • 5 parts identical to the whole objects
  • 5 whole objects
  • tactile numbers, letters, and decimals
Grades 9–12 (High School)

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets

  • 1 binder
  • 1 crumpled piece of paper
  • 1 hexagon
  • 1 large paper cup
  • 1 large paper plate
  • 1 long string
  • 1 rubber band (or piece of string)
  • 1 short string
  • 1 small ceramic plate
  • 1 small paper plate
  • 2 bent paper clips varying in size
  • 2 bent straws varying in size
  • 2 calculators
  • 2 craft sticks
  • 2 empty jars varying in size
  • 2 folded pieces of paper
  • 2 full jars varying in size
  • 2 identical 6-count packs of glue sticks
  • 2 identical balls
  • 2 identical blocks
  • 2 identical bowls
  • 2 identical crayons
  • 2 identical envelopes
  • 2 identical erasers
  • 2 identical flat pieces of paper
  • 2 identical highlighters
  • 2 identical keys
  • 2 identical markers
  • 2 identical napkins
  • 2 identical notebooks
  • 2 identical number cubes
  • 2 identical pencils
  • 2 identical pens
  • 2 identical plates
  • 2 identical rulers
  • 2 identical small paper cups
  • 2 identical sponges
  • 2 metal spoons varying in size
  • 2 pattern blocks
  • 2 plastic spoons varying in size
  • 2 squares
  • 2 straight straws varying in size
  • 2 unbent paper clips varying in size
  • 3 buttons
  • 3 cards
  • 3 containers varying in size
  • 3 cups varying in size
  • 3 markers
  • 3 number cubes
  • 3 pencils varying in length
  • 5 pencils
  • 6 crayons
  • 6 dominoes
  • 6 erasers
  • 6 pens
  • 7 blocks
  • 7 checkers
  • 7 keys
  • 9 coins

Common Materials Used to Administer Testlets for Students Who Are Blind or Have Visual Impairments

  • 1 acute angle
  • 1 arrow
  • 1 circular object
  • 1 cylindrical object
  • 1 equal to symbol
  • 1 heart
  • 1 large circle
  • 1 large cube
  • 1 large cylinder
  • 1 large oval
  • 1 large right isosceles triangle
  • 1 large similar trapezoid
  • 1 line
  • 1 line segment
  • 1 medium circle
  • 1 medium cylinder
  • 1 number cube
  • 1 obtuse angle
  • 1 octagon
  • 1 pentagon
  • 1 point
  • 1 pyramid
  • 1 quarter
  • 1 ray
  • 1 rectangle divided into triangular halves
  • 1 right angle
  • 1 set of parallel lines
  • 1 set of perpendicular lines
  • 1 sixteen-inch length of yarn
  • 1 small acute scalene triangle
  • 1 small circle
  • 1 small cube
  • 1 small equilateral triangle
  • 1 small isosceles triangle
  • 1 small oval
  • 1 small right scalene triangle
  • 1 small trapezoid
  • 1 sphere
  • 1 tactile material to create groups
  • 1 tactile spinner
  • 1 tactile table
  • 18 one-dollar bills
  • 2 congruent cones
  • 2 congruent ovals
  • 2 congruent parallelograms
  • 2 congruent rectangular prisms
  • 2 congruent rhombi
  • 2 congruent triangular prisms
  • 2 four-inch craft sticks
  • 2 identical cylinders
  • 2 identical trapezoids
  • 2 large congruent acute scalene triangles
  • 2 large congruent equilateral triangles
  • 2 large congruent rectangles
  • 2 large congruent right scalene triangles
  • 2 large congruent squares
  • 2 sets of 4 objects
  • 2 sets of non-perpendicular intersecting lines
  • 2 similar cones
  • 2 similar cylinders
  • 2 similar hexagons
  • 2 similar rectangles
  • 2 similar rhombi
  • 2 small congruent right triangles
  • 2 small cylinders
  • 2 small rectangles
  • 2 small squares
  • 2 stars
  • 2 tactile coordinate grids
  • 24 object As
  • 3 addition signs
  • 3 division signs
  • 3 multiplication signs
  • 3 subtraction signs
  • 3 tactile line graphs
  • 3 tactile line plots
  • 3 tactile picture graphs
  • 3 tactile pie charts
  • 3 ten-dollar bills
  • 32 object As
  • 4 congruent right scalene triangles
  • 4 playing cards
  • 4 six-inch craft sticks
  • 4 tactile coordinate planes
  • 4 tactile function tables
  • 4 tactile less than and greater than symbols
  • 5 tactile bar graphs
  • 6 tactile number lines
  • 65 objects
  • 7 tactile function graphs
  • tactile letters and numbers