I use the Math Data and Goals all year long to track goals and weekly “mad minutes” data. Before the school year begins, I copy the entire packet and place it into a Math folder with brads. Each month, students write their math goals for the month. At the end of each week, they will take their monthly multiplication/division mad minutes test, and mark their score on the bar graph. They will then look at the goals that they previously set for themselves, and decide if they had met their goals. After, they will explain their answer. I love this activity because it is student centered. Students are tracking their own data and setting goals for themselves based on their data. My students compete with their own individual score, and strive to accomplish their goals. I hope your students get motivated, and enjoy success in math as much as mine have!