(The preview picture shown is for the addition doubles test)
I have used these tests as a way to build student math fact fluency. I have all levels of these tests organized in a crate file by level. I teach students how to get these tests on their own as part of their morning routine. They have three minutes to complete each level, but can pass a level with 36 correct out of 40. For students who need extra time and encouragement, I allow them to fold it in half (a hot dog fold) so they can do half a test over two testing periods. I record everyone's progress on a chart so they can check each morning whether they passed and can grab the next test level. It is a great warm up to math time. These are completely editable!
I have also prepared timed subtraction tests (0-20), timed addition tests (0-20 and Doubles), and timed division tests (0-12). There is an achievement recording chart available for all tests as well. I would love to hear what you think.