Texas Teachers use this COMPLETE review to organize your math STAAR review to best suit your students needs. All of the tested readiness and supporting standards are included.
***If you purchased this file before 3/10/17, then please go to the My Purchases section of your TpT account and download the 6th grade portion of the resource. Thanks!***
This file is jam packed with teacher guides, warm ups, cheat sheets, class activities, and 8-10 question mini assessments. There is more than enough for a 10 day review, so think of it like a buffet with many options to pick from and multiple ideas for use. Due to the design of the resources, specific components will not be sold separately, as this is intended to be a complete resource.
6th Grade Math TEKS Review
7th Grade Math TEKS Review
8th Grade Math TEKS Review
A one-page overview of the standards (readiness and supporting), vocabulary, and common misconceptions.
Two warm ups per lesson which can be used at the beginning of class to review content or as an exit ticket to assess.
Graphically engaging cheat sheet with key information about the standards. Three versions including one that is ready to print, a fill in the blank, or a blank version that can be used for brain dumps.
10 class activities to keep students engaged during review. This includes some favorites like Scavenger Hunts, Task Cards, He Said She Said, Find It Fix It, and others. Almost all activities are print-and-go, the puzzle and cut and paste will require glue and scissors.
A 8-10 question mini assessment is provided for each lesson. The questions are proportional to the STAAR test with a greater emphasis on readiness standards. Similar to testing formats the questions are multiple choice or gridable.
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This file is a license for one teacher and their students.
Additional licenses are 50% of the original price. Please purchase the appropriate number of licenses if you plan to use this resource with your team.
If you are looking for a review for your entire math departments, please contact me via email or through a Q&A.