SBAC Practice Test 4th Grade ELA Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC)

Litea and Peni are very excited as they board the bus to town. Mum and Dad have been encouraging them to save some money, spend some, and to share some too. They have been saving their pocket money for four weeks, and will now have a chance to spend and share some of their earnings.

Before they catch the bus, they each put $3.00 into their money box to save. Litea and Peni are learning to set savings goals and to keep their savings plan. The children need some new shoes for school. The shoes that Litea likes are on sale for$25. The shoes that Peni likes are not on sale and cost $35. The family gets value for money when they purchase Litea‟s shoes. The family has saved for the shoes and they pay for these with cash. Peni is going to High school in six months‟ time and will need a new school uniform. Mum and Dad want to pay for this over time rather than pay cash now, so they put the uniform on layby. This way they can pay a cash deposit upfront and small amounts each week until the uniform is paid in full then they can take the uniform. Litea has outgrown her bed, so the family goes to the furniture shop. After much looking, Litea finds the perfect one. Litea needs her new bed now so Mum and Dad decide to pay for it by hire purchase. This way they can pay for the bed in installments over time, but they get to take it home immediately. The bed will cost more if paid by hire purchase that if they paid with cash. They have lunch in the cafeteria before they head home. 1. How much money did they put into their money box to save? • A.$3
• B. $25 • C.$4
• D. \$ 30

2. How long have they been saving their pocket money?

• A. One week
• B. Two Week
• C. Four Week
• D. Five Week

3. have been encouraging them to save some money

• A. Driver
• C. Litea
• D. Peni

4. Whose shoes are on sale?

• A. Driver
• C. Litea
• D. Peni

5. Who needs a new school uniform?

• A. Driver