Do you hate grading paper multiplication tests factor by factor? I know I do. I switched to an online version of timed tests and it was a lifesaver! Not only can students practice by taking these tests, but I am confident that they have them memorized when they pass. Because I am going to a paperless data folder, I created this google slide to put on my google classroom for students to quickly and easily take the tests, record their attempts and even build their banana split as their reward. I throw a banana split party at the end of the year for all students who pass. Students can work at their own pace, and always "try try again". The best part is no more getting out (and losing) graphs and record sheets because it will all be in their digital data folder. * NOTE: A paper version is also included that students can record on and color in their banana split.
The website is multiplication.com and is free and easy. There are two types of tests. One is each factor (great for practice) and the other is the one I use which is "up to" each factor. This ensures students don't forget the previous facts. There is also a pre and post test. Students love trying to beat their time and their progress is private. We test for 5 minutes a day and most students try at home as well. They must screenshot their results of the test when they think they have passed. There is a slide with videos on how to screenshot to help. The times required are editable so you can change the requirements as needed. When students pass they design a sign (on last slide) for me to post with their name. I put these up under the heading "Multiplication Master". Students love this title and designing their own name. Of course, you can take this and/or the banana split incentive off.
Access to my online SWAY with a library of videos, songs (including songs by factors) and games for extra practice!
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