Here are three Geometry Quizzes that I used for 4th and 6th grades. I have one on lines and angles, one on triangles and polygons, and one on solid figures and planes. The last one is great for using as a lab, too. Find models to use and have kids explore and count the vertices, angles, sides, etc. I've used these materials in some form for students as low as 3rd grade and as high as 7th.
My strategy is simple: I teach ELLs, so often they get confused about the wording of math quizzes rather than the math itself. So I pull up the quiz a few days before, change all of the numbers and leave the wording the same, and have the kids do a practice test in partners. Then I go over it as a group. The students always do pretty well on the final one. It separates the language from the math.