Just like traditional Mad Minutes, these are given on a regular basis and promote rote assessements to improve basic math skills, positive/negative integers, and solving equations. Rotate these 6 assessments throughout the year to register growth. The students should get three minutes for each test. As the year progresses, you will see growth and can use these as a talking point for parents, administrators, or to show teacher growth. Each assessment is broken into five categories: One for each operation and a fifth column for combining three terms. After assessments, determine each student's needs and assign a supporting practice page that has 50 problems to enhance each column or use the practice pages as whole-class review.