Multiplication Facts by Number
I went to a Professional Development where the math teacher explained that multiplication times test could be more time effective if instead of students who don't know their facts just sit there, they could look up the answers so they could be practicing during the time. I loved this concept so I did it with my fifth graders since there were many of them who did not know their facts. I had them fold the paper so they couldn't see the answers and only used it if needed. They weren't going to finish in the time period I allowed if they had to keep looking at the answers so they didn't move on to the next level (number) and they stayed on that number the next time we took a timed test. This meant students were at different levels each day, but this was okay, because the tests were easy to grade. I also printed two or four per page and students could use them for practice.
A multiplication tracker is also included where I have students record their score each time we took a timed test. I organized it by starting with the easier numbers first (2's, 5's, 10's, etc..)