Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Fact Fluency Test Organization

I finally found an easy way to store my math fluency tests!!! (after 24 years) I bought plastic pocket folders and put two facts tests on each side.  I can quickly unfold them and can stack them back up for storage.  I have my students get their own tests which saves a lot of time.  They have a log-in sheet in their math notebook.  I also have fact flash cards in envelopes with each fact so they can practice.  My fifth graders still have some work to do but we are making great progress!!!

1 comment:

  1. Love it! I do something similar with my tests, but I made a huge tracking chart out of behavior sticker chart from Really Good Stuff. The kiddos check themselves off when they pass a test. It makes for a much smoother fact fluency check-in process!

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