Standardized testing can be hard on everybody - students, teachers, and parents. The activities and ideas below will help 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade teachers as you prepare for the big test.
Find advice from real teachers, ideas to keep students motivated, fun review games and activities, tips for teaching specific content areas, and more to help make testing more fun and less stressful.
This is a collection of activities and ideas to prepare students for standardized testing and keep them motivated. Over 800 teachers shared their ideas, and this is a list of some of the most popular ideas!
Reviewing before standardized testing doesn't have to be boring! Check out these games and activity ideas to make test prep more fun!
A collection of my favorite standardized testing ideas from Pinterest - Ideas for welcoming students on test day, relieving stress, and easing anxiety!
Task cards are great for state testing review! Check out 6 different ways to use them in your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade classroom.
If your students are still struggling with main idea, then it is time for a different approach! Check out these ideas for helping students truly understand how to find the main idea of a passage.
Do your students struggle with the test questions regarding summarizing? Check out these ideas for making sure students understand what summarizing is...and what it isn't.
Want your students to perform better on test prep questions related to theme? These tips will help.
Sometimes it is hard to keep students motivated after state testing as students wait for the end of the year. Check out these 17 ideas to keep students learning after the test!
Do your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade students still need extra practice with specific skills before the state test? Struggling students might benefit from some of these activities and ideas:
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