State Academic Standards for Mathematics and the District Standards for Excellence in Mathematics expect students to have mastered basic math facts at designated grade levels. The following standards and their grade levels specify the content to be mastered at each grade.
All students must have the opportunity to build their knowledge of basic facts through ongoing classroom and homework activities. Sublimity has practice sets of Basic Fact Tests available through the links below. It is recommended that the practice tests be administered at a minimum of every other week. The Test Sets, grade level designations and time allotments are on the attached chart.
The Basic Fact Practice Tests below are not the same tests students will have in class. The Basic Fact Practice Tests were designed to specifically meet the requirements outlined in the state framework and standards.
To be in alignment with state requirements, Basic Math Fact Testing has been established for each grade level as per the table below.
* Students will retake the test until 90% mastery level is attained.
Time Allotment: All tests have a five (5) minute time limit.
Every student is to take the designated fact test on the same schedule as the math benchmarks, until mastery level has been attained. Mastery is 90% accuracy. Once a student has mastered the test it is not necessary for the student to continue taking the Basic Fact Practice Tests. However, the student will continue to participate in classroom activities and take the practice fact tests with their class, which will enable the student to maintain their performance level.
Basic Fact Practice Tests
Listed below are the grade level designations time allotments for the timed Basic Fact Tests.