It's difficult to teach students higher level math when they don't know their basic facts. How can you hold kids accountable and motivate them to practice their math facts? Make it more visual by having them graph their success! We use this graph after students take their weekly 2 minute timed test on math facts. Everyone gets the same test (use any type with 100 problems). We correct using the overhead/projector. Students use this graph (kept in their binder or pasted into unused pages of their agenda/planner) to track the number of correct answers over time. They compete against themselves to improve their score, keeping the results private from other students. Because their binder or planner goes home each day, parents have the opportunity to review their child's current ability.