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Thursday, April 28, 2022

Math Test Review Activities Grade 8

Ready for 8th grade math review? 

Let's look at 5 different resources that can improve your math test review. 



There are many ways to do math test prep review in the classroom. I've compiled a list of resources that are ready to use now. By doing at least one actionable strategy of math test prep you can improve your students' scores by 10%. Choose the best one for your kids now. 





1. Math Test Prep Lesson Plans Grade 8. These Math Test Prep Lesson Plans cover all 8th Grade middle school standards. A great tool to prepare students for the end of year test. 3 weeks of math lesson plans done for you. Easy to use and implement in your math class.




2. End of Year Math Review Folder Grade 8This Math Folder includes information, suggestions for testing, and review of seventh grade math skills. A great tool for students to use before the big test. Easy to print and use with any type of folder.



3. Middle School Math Reference Sheet Activities and QuizThese Math Reference Sheet activities and quiz cover all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade skills students need to the end of year test. A great tool to use for students as an instructional aide or support. Easy to use before any assessment!




4. End of Year Math Review 8th Grade BookletHelp students understand how to answer assessment questions based on the eighth grade math standards. Students also review key vocabulary words and assess their understanding of all seventh grade standards and math skills.




5. End of Year Math Review BINGO Game Grade 8. Students will review key eighth-grade math skills while having fun playing BINGO!

Math Test Prep is important for your kids to practice specific skills and strategies. These skills and strategies will help them feel comfortable and capable of acing the standardized math test this year. Choose one test prep and watch your students' confidence in math increase as their skills increase to meet the grade level standards. 

Happy Reviewing!

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Math Test Review Activities Grade 7

Ready for 7th grade math review? 

Let's look at 5 different resources that can improve your math test review. 


There are many ways to do math test prep review in the classroom. I've compiled a list of resources that are ready to use now. By doing at least one actionable strategy of math test prep you can improve your students' scores by 10%. Choose the best one for your kids now. 



1. Math Test Prep Lesson Plans Grade 7. These Math Test Prep Lesson Plans cover all 7th Grade middle school standards. A great tool to prepare students for the end of year test. 3 weeks of math lesson plans done for you. Easy to use and implement in your math class.



2. End of Year Math Review Folder Grade 7This Math Folder includes information, suggestions for testing, and review of seventh grade math skills. A great tool for students to use before the big test. Easy to print and use with any type of folder.



3. Middle School Math Reference Sheet Activities and QuizThese Math Reference Sheet activities and quiz cover all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade skills students need to the end of year test. A great tool to use for students as an instructional aide or support. Easy to use before any assessment!



4. End of Year Math Review 7th Grade BookletHelp students understand how to answer assessment questions based on the seventh grade math standards. Students also review key vocabulary words and assess their understanding of all seventh grade standards and math skills.



5. End of Year Math Review BINGO Game Grade 7. Students will review key seventh-grade math skills while having fun playing BINGO!

Math Test Prep is important for your kids to practice specific skills and strategies. These skills and strategies will help them feel comfortable and capable of acing the standardized math test this year. Choose one test prep and watch your students' confidence in math increase as their skills increase to meet the grade level standards. 

Happy Reviewing!

Math Test Review Activities Grade 6

Ready for 6th grade math review? 

Let's look at 6 different resources that can improve your math test review. 


There are many ways to do math test prep review. I've compiled a list of resources that are ready to use now. By doing at least one actionable strategy of math test prep you can improve your students' scores by 10%. Choose the best one for your kids now. 

1. Math Test Prep Lesson Plans Grade 6. These Math Test Prep Lesson Plans cover all 6th Grade middle school standards. A great tool to prepare students for the end of year test. 3 weeks of math lesson plans done for you. Easy to use and implement in your math class.



2. End of Year Math Review Folder Grade 6This Math Folder includes information, suggestions for testing, and review of sixth grade math skills. A great tool for students to use before the big test. Easy to print and use with any type of folder.


3. Middle School Math Reference Sheet Activities and QuizThese Math Reference Sheet activities and quiz cover all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade skills students need to the end of year test. A great tool to use for students as an instructional aide or support. Easy to use before any assessment!


4. End of Year Math Review 6th Grade BookletHelp students understand how to answer assessment questions based on the sixth grade math standards. Students also review key vocabulary words and assess their understanding of all sixth grade standards and math skills.


5. Test Prep Math Practice Worksheets Grade 6A great tool to use as a Review, Test Prep, Intervention, or Classwork before the end of year exam. This test prep packet covers all math skills and standards for sixth grade. It is an excellent overview of the 6th Grade Math Curriculum.


6. End of Year Math Review BINGO Game Grade 6. Students will review key sixth-grade math skills while having fun playing BINGO!


Math Test Prep is important for your kids to practice specific skills and strategies. These skills and strategies will help them feel comfortable and capable of acing the standardized math test this year. Choose one test prep and watch your students' confidence in math increase as their skills increase to meet the grade level standards. 


Happy Reviewing!

Thursday, December 9, 2021

3 Math Tests That Matter

How do you measure a students' knowledge? 

There are many different ways to measure and assess a student. The key is to look for the most important grade level skills and measure if there is mastery of skills. A great way to measure skills is with a math test. Here are 3 Math Tests that matter and why you should be using them too. 




Diagnostic Test 


A diagnostic math test is the perfect assessment to see what students know and don't yet know. It's a great resource to keep in a student’s file portfolio for parent conferences, to show growth from the beginning of the year to the end, or to show the guidance counselor results that could be used to move the student to a different class. Diagnostic math tests can be administered any time during the first semester. 

All diagnostic math tests are aligned to grade level standards and skills. 


Midyear Test 


A midyear math test is an excellent way to assess how students' knowledge from the first half of the school year. This midyear assessment is a great resource to keep in a student’s file portfolio for parent conferences, to show growth from the beginning of the year to the middle of the year, or to use for math test prep before the state assessment. Midyear math tests can be administered any time during December or January after the first half of the school year. 

All midyear math tests are aligned to grade level standards for the 1st and 2nd semesters.


End of Year Test


An end of year math test is the best way to measure a school year. The end of year math assessment is a great resource to review the year’s curriculum and to show growth from the beginning of the year. The results can be shared with parents, administration, and to show the guidance counselor results that could be used to place the student in next year’s math class. End of year math tests can be administered any time during May or June after the second half of the school year. 

All end of year math tests are aligned to grade level standards for the year. 


Measuring knowledge is key in knowing if your students have grown. You can't improve if you don't know what skills have been mastered and what you need to reteach or review. Using just 3 math skills tests can make the difference and create a foundation for your students to grow and improve upon. 

Happy Teaching and Testing!

Friday, November 19, 2021

Christmas STEM challenges for Upper Elementary

 Ready to do some holiday STEM challenges? 

Get your students in the holiday spirits with these fun Christmas math activities.



Choosing a hands on approach to teaching math concepts is easier with a low prep STEM challenge. Here are four different activities to choose from to celebrate the holidays in math this year.

BUILD A HOLIDAY HOUSE

Students will have to apply their knowledge of fractions and problem solving to create a gingerbread house. You can use materials in the packet for a low prep approach. Just print the gingerbread house and candy decorations and go!

BUILD A GIFT BOX

Being creative with perimeter is key to this challenge. Kids will use their measurement and problem solving skills to build gift boxes. This low prep activity is fun and let’s them explore different dimensions.

DESIGN COOKIE JARS

Students love this one. With candy gum drops and tooth picks build cookie jars for two gingerbread cookies. Applying multiplication and problem solving skills to complete the challenge.

CONSTRUCT A CHRISTMAS TREE

A student favorite! Building with straws can be tricky, but your students will love this challenge. Using their division and problem solving skills students will construct trees to hold up to 9 candy canes on its boughs. Will it hold? That’s the fun testing part of the STEM challenge.

ACCESS THE HOLIDAY STEM CHALLENGES

Use one or all of these STEM activities in your math class this December. Students love the variety and different activities that get them thinking about math. Grab your set of STEM challenges today!

Click HERE to grab the STEM challenges today!


Happy Teaching!