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Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking

Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
Math Fact Fluency Quizzes with student self-tracking
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Common Core Standards
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I created these quizzes for my firsties. I give them a minute and a half to complete them. I know there is debate on what is considered fluent. I use a minute and half and that has worked for me. Of course, you may need to adjust the time for what works for your kiddos. I only take up and grade the ones who have finished the quiz as soon as the timer goes off. I let the others finish and I still grade them but I just know that they didn't finish in the time allowed. The kiddos have to get them all correct to move on to the next quiz. If they pass that quiz they get to color it in on their self-tracking graph. If they do not, they will retake that same quiz next week. I usually do these on Fridays. I have also done it where if the kiddos didn't pass a quiz on Friday they could retake it on the next Wednesday. (not everyone tested on Wednesday, just the ones who needed to retake) The kiddos are keeping up with which test they are on with their self-tracking graph and this helps to keep everyone on track. I have found that it is helpful to have file folders with the different tests in them so you will always have the quizzes you need. My kiddos loved these quizzes and I give a reward to them when they have passed so many quizzes.

I kept my student charts clothes pinned to a pocket chart and the kiddos could come and get their graph and return it. Some of my fellow teachers put theirs on the kiddos’ desks, laminated, and the kiddos tracked by putting stickers on their chart.

I go in order of the chart (bottom to top, like a bar graph) but you wouldn't have to. You could skip around and do them in any order you wanted to and the kiddos could still track which ones they have passed. When a student has passed all quizzes I would give them mixed facts and then begin with subtraction quizzes.

Addends within 10 on +1 thru +10 quizzes Addends within 12 on doubles

Included:
Self-Tracking Graphs +6 quiz Doubles Quiz
+1 quiz +7 quiz Doubles +1 Quiz
+2 quiz +8 quiz Doubles + 2 Quiz
+3 quiz +9 quiz
+4 quiz +10 quiz
+5 quiz Ten Partners quiz
Total Pages
17 pages
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