Are you looking for a math daily review worksheet that has a test for EACH week's worksheet? This is a bundle of 30 worksheets, their keys, 30 Tests, and their keys - 120 pages total covering Math SOL's 5.1 - 5.19 (including graphing, statistics, decimal place value, order of operations, etc.) This is 30 weeks of daily practice and graded assignments in one bundle! I've now included the editable Word documents so that you can customize your pacing!
Each day, at the start of the math lesson, my students complete one row of a Daily Review Worksheet as a warm-up practice (Monday - Thursday). These are run as worksheets for my kids to keep as hard copies in their folders, but I also display the Review worksheet on my SMARTboard for us to use as we check their answers together. This daily review is designed to give a spiraling review of math material taught thus far, especially material they may find problematic. The first few reviews have primarily 4th grade math material, but then new 5th grade material is slowly added. After all four rows have been completed on a particular Daily Review Practice sheet, we give a Daily Review Test on Day 5 of each week - each test is a duplicate of the practice worksheet but with different numbers inserted. Thus, if the kids have been paying close attention as we check over their practice rows all week, they will know what to expect on the graded version on Fridays.
The Preview File shows the schedule of SOL's covered in each column of each Math Daily Review so that you can see if it will match your pacing, along with examples of how the practice worksheet and test for each week compare. You'll see they are very similar but with different numbers/graphs, etc. to test the same objective.
I hope you find this as useful as I have - my kids always struggle to remember how to solve different math problems after a unit is over. These Daily Reviews keep the info fresh in their minds!
These would be great warm-ups at the beginning of class, but you could also use them as homework assignments (assigning one row each night), or you could staple all of them together as an SOL Review Packet before the Spring SOL tests and assign as nightly review homework/classwork.