I like to give my students a few opportunities to practice for the SBAC Performance Tasks, because the format is unlike anything in my district's curriculum or adopted assessments. This practice performance task contains a short story on the left hand side of the first page followed by questions that can be answered by referencing the story. Responding to the questions requires counting coins, completing charts and graphs, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and finding the perimeter of a rectangle. Students are also asked to explain their answers and defend their reasoning using complete sentences.
The SBAC is a tough assessment because it requires strong reading comprehension as well as the ability to apply a variety of problem-solving skills to complex questions. Practicing with my students ahead of time has greatly increased their comfort as well as their scores. Every year I see more and more students pass and I love watching them succeed. I hope your students have similar results and am always open to feedback re: the materials I have made available on TpT!