Each of these 5 quizzes are 10 questions. On most of them, 8 of the questions are multiple choice and 2 of them are free response. They are review of all the previous content taught and progressively add more concepts with each quiz. They are designed using the Texas TEKS, but math is math.
I wrote these quizzes to allow our 3rd grade math teachers a chance to assess all skills covered each week in a quick but aligned way. When they are used as a grade each week or biweekly, they allow the student's averages to accurately reflect the students progress on all skills, not just the current skill being taught. They prevent any surprises when state assessments come around and students have forgotten many of the concepts previously taught.
These quizzes allow you to continuously collect data on where your students are struggling on previously taught material.
The following concepts are covered at sometime in these 5 quizzes:
Whole number place value to 999,999
3 digit addition and subtraction of whole numbers
estimation of sums and differences
Multiplication & Division Problem Solving
Relationships in Tables
Pictographs and Bar Graphs
Estimating units of measurement
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