This is a resource built around the 5th grade math TEKS that will save you time! Use the 432 STAAR formatted questions (12 for each tested TEK) with any of the 18 gameboards or 9 review and assessment templates to create math stations, exit slips, tutoring lessons, prescriptive daily review, unit tests, or STAAR reviews.
I absolutely love this resource and the difference it made in my classroom and the time it saved me. Once everything is prepped, you will never be scurrying to find a TEKS-aligned set of questions ever again.
This resource can help you in sooooo many ways! Download the preview for a FREE sample and extended description of this resource. (Click on the green "preview" bar. When the preview appears, look for the small icon of a page with a downward pointing arrow inside. Click that to download a pdf that you can print.)
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If you need:
Select 1-3 question cards for a specific TEK and use them with one of the exit slip templates.
Collaborate with your team to select questions from a variety of TEKS to build an end of unit test using the assessment template.
*****MATH STATIONS***** Use the question cards for 1-3 TEKS and one of the game boards, and you have a fun self-checking TEKS-aligned station.
*****DAILY REVIEW***** Pick 5-6 question cards (each from a different TEK) and use them with the daily review template.
*****TUTORING or RETEACH***** Use a set of questions to guide your small group lesson, or better yet use them with one of the game boards to play against your small group. Use your turn to "think aloud" and teach them strategies to solve each problem.
*****HOLIDAY THEMED ACTIVITIES***** Use 2-3 sets of question cards with one of the holiday or seasonal game boards to have cute stations that seamlessly fit into your curriculum.
*****STAAR REVIEW***** Pick 2-3 questions a day to work through with the class to model test-taking strategies. Create screening assessments with the question cards to identify TEKS students still need to master. Set up review stations with game boards and the question cards, which are all STAAR formatted.