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Tackling Test Stress Tip 21: Everybody's a Comedian

Tackling Test Stress Tip 21: Everybody's a Comedian

Tomorrow is the first of April, sometimes known as April Fool’s Day. In honor of the day, this test-stress alleviation tip is to host a joke-telling session. After a big test, an activity you might do is encourage your students to find jokes to share (and cite them properly.) You might also give students the

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Tackling Test Stress Tip 18: Play Games

After testing, consider setting up several centers for board games to be played. One of my family’s favorite games is actually a math game. Shut the Box can help students build fluency with addition facts and fact families. It is also fun for all ages! (My elderly parents play it to keep their minds young.)

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Tackling Test Stress Tip 18: Play Games

After testing, consider setting up several centers for board games to be played. One of my family’s favorite games is actually a math game. Shut the Box can help students build fluency with addition facts and fact families. It is also fun for all ages! (My elderly parents play it to keep their minds young.)

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Tackling Test Stress Tip 17: Set the Stage

When it comes to state-wide testing, sometimes teachers will need to rearrange desks from a group type setting to rows of desks or some other situation. Not only are desks rearranged, but the schedule of the day changes. One of my esteemed colleagues suggests that teachers make necessary changes several days before testing so that

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Tackling Test Stress Tip 17: Set the Stage

When it comes to state-wide testing, sometimes teachers will need to rearrange desks from a group type setting to rows of desks or some other situation. Not only are desks rearranged, but the schedule of the day changes. One of my esteemed colleagues suggests that teachers make necessary changes several days before testing so that

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