Daily Math Spiral Review is perfect for giving students a daily review of key math skills and concepts. This is intended to be used as a “Morning Work” or “Bell Ringer” activity, but can also be used during math workshop or homework.
Each page covers 1 week – saves you copies! The first four days are on the front, and the last day and a math writing prompt is on the back. Students complete 4 problems a day, from 4 different Common Core standards. Have students save this in a math folder and turn in at the end of the week. All 5 Common Core math categories are addressed each week. Skills will either be reviewed from previous lessons or previewed for lessons to come.
Comes complete with answer keys to help you check student work quickly so you can move on to your lessons. Use the answer keys with your document camera. Easier yet, pull up this file on your computer and use on your white board! Either way, students are checking their work, which helps them evaluate their work as well as saves you time.
Because some skills may be previewed (depending on where you are in your curriculum), I suggest taking a completion grade if you are going to use these spiral reviews as formal assessments. You may also wish to take a separate grade with the math writing prompt, or make this your formal grade. It’s up to you!
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** Because of the spiral nature of this product, specific Common Core standards are not listed. Each question, however, is directly related to one of the standards.
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Happy Teaching! Martha from “The Owl Spot”