Math testing… dun dun dun! It sounds scary, but with the right resources and preparation, it’s really not!
Back when I taught in Oregon, the state test allowed kids access to various resources to use during the test. Our computer lab assistant would make copies of clocks, hundreds grids, and multiplication tables. There would be little pieces of paper everywhere and the kids didn’t know how to organize them all in their workplace, let alone actually use them during the test.
As I was teaching 3rd grade for the first time last year and navigating being a test proctor for the first time, I had the great idea of turning these resources into little booklets! We could practice using the booklets in the classroom during our regular math lessons and unit exams, then I could make different colored ones to pass out during our state testing. Since the kids would be familiar with using the booklets in the classroom, they would actually use them during the test!
I updated this file with the filled out and blank resources, along with several pages of mix-and-match, to hopefully help you in your classroom! If there are additional resources that you need for your state, let me know and I can get them added to the file.
I am linking up with Mrs Wheeler’s linky party for all you April testers!