If you purchased this product before 3-23-15, please re-download it under "My Purchases" tab. Let me know if you have trouble with this by emailing me.
I have added MANY more pages since the one I published last year, so I hope you enjoy the update!
If you already purchased this product, you do NOT need to purchase the NEW TEKS version because I have updated the file in this product that you already purchased to be the same as the new version. (You got it at a much discounted price back then!)
These worksheets are an extension of my TEKS Tornado Spiral Review.
Most of the problems came from that book, but I have sorted them by standard, so the students work on the same standard on each page.
Each page has 4-6 problems to work on one specific skill.
The skills have at least one page per skill, but most have many more than that.
There are 15 pages of mixed one and two step word problems that work on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. These problems come from the “Problem of the Day” problems, but are not in the UPS-check format.
There are a total of about 150 total problems in this packet. I may be adding more, so if you get an email from TPT about an update, you can go re-download the revision.
Most of the problems are open ended—not multiple choice, so they are not in a test format. These are skill-based and meant to be a quick review.
They can be used in a variety of ways, but here are a few suggestions.
Individualized Intervention In Class Practice
Give students a packet with the skills they are weak in based on
test results. (I use reports from DMAC.)
Help students work through the problems during tutorials.
STAAR Test Review-Whole Class/Summer School/Quick Assessment
I like to do a few problems on each page together to help review the skill.
Then I assign the rest of the page for the students to do independently.
We grade the page together in class.
I give them a grade by skill and record the grade on the “Score Sheet.”
You can use some kind of motivational tool if students get so many problems correct.
This will give you a quick way to track which skills students still need to work on before taking the test.
If you are short on time, you can give students a time limit.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.