This contains 18 timed tests (4 for addition, 4 for subtraction, 5 for multiplication, and 5 for division). I make students complete these tests in a certain order. Once they have completed all their addition facts tests, then I move them to subtraction. So students can work at their own pace through these tests. Some students might be on Multiplication while other might still be working through addition.
There are 40 problems on each test and I give them 2:30 to complete the test. I only allow my students to miss 4 problems (90%) in order to move to the next level, but you could certainly change this.
I give these tests once a week on Friday and on Monday I send home their graded test from the previous week so that they will have time to prepare for the next facts test.
To help organize the tests in my classroom, I have a crate with file folders inside which contain every level of test in a different file. I also have my tests color coordinated for easier grading. Each level is on different paper. Level A= pink, Level B= yellow, Level C= green, Level D= blue and Level E(only for multiplication and division)= purple.
My entire grade level is using these tests and we plan to share our data with the next grade level teachers.
I've also included several parent letters and a tracking sheet for you to send home to families during different points in the year.
Best of Luck!