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What can upper elementary teachers do to help students perform well on standardized tests? This post is full of practical, easy to implement test prep tips for students in grades 3rd - 6th grades. Test taking strategies are included as well as several ways to make test prep fun!
If your students are taking standardized tests this season, these test prep tips and ideas are what you NEED! This post includes ideas for test prep activities to test prep tips AND there is a freebie waiting for you too. Click the pin to learn how to prepare your students to take tests at their best!
Carol-Anne Barnes saved to Life of Teach
During my first year of teaching, I was told by my grade level chair that the best way to prepare for a standardized test was to give A LOT of sample tests. I thought something seemed fishy (because it went against everything I learned in college) but since it was my first[Read more]
Wendy Davis saved to Test prep
Today's standardized tests are far more demanding than those we took as children. Prepare your students for success with meaningful and engaging work!
Sarah Anderson saved to stitch fix
Test prep is something I used to dread. I felt so much pressure from admin and myself for my students to do well. So, I would give students packets of
Carolyn Metzler Hart saved to Reading
Test prep doesn’t have to be boring! Today, I am sharing a 30 day test prep plan you can use with your upper elementary students to review and practice Common Core Standards. I am sharing test prep activities, test prep games, and test prep lessons that will make reviewing for standardized tests way more fun. I share test prep tips for teachers along with how to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all of your learners.
Are you looking for some quick and easy ideas for your test prep reading stations? These test prep stations are fun for your upper elementary kids.
Amanda Munoz saved to 3rD gRaDe ReAdInG
Ready to move beyond tired Jeopardy slides? Try a few rounds of the Flyswatter Game, a no-fail way to keep teens active and excited about test prep. Six Easy Steps: 1. Create a list of review quest…
Jessica Moore saved to Teach