Test Prep: Grade 3
Home-taught children who are not prepared for their yearly standardized tests are at a distinct disadvantage to the government- and privately-taught children. If you reside in a state that requires standardized tests, you should know that a vast majority of certified teachers teach with the test in mind. In other words, teachers understand the types of questions that will appear on the standardized tests, and they will spend weeks preceding the tests covering the necessary information. If you do not do likewise, your children stand a chance of performing poorly in comparison.
For those of us in a state where some form of testing is required but never scrutinized, preparing is not as critical. However, some of you are in states where the test results are not only analyzed but used as a basis for whether you may continue to home educate. Why not make sure your children are "playing on a level playing field"? The Test Prep series offers students the essential groundwork needed to prepare for standardized tests.
Based on subject areas covered by most state standardized tests, these colorful, inviting workbooks provide a good sampling of all the skills required of each grade level. Practice pages, strategies, tips, and full-length practice tests build test-taking confidence and skills in subjects such as reading comprehension, vocabulary, language, and math. The test tips are beneficial, and the information and instructions are super-easy to follow.
Developed by a leading educational publisher, Harcourt's Test Prep provides a great opportunity for children to review before taking standardized state tests. Engaging, practical, and easy to use, Test Prep will help your children face the tests with the same confidence that their peers will have.
Number of Pages: 128
Publisher: Spark Publishing
In Association With: Harcourt Family Learning™
Manufactured In: China
This workbook is perfect to check on progress and see where we need to spend more time.
Great resource to have on hand to help with test taking skills!
I love this because it shows where my child needs work. We do it every few weeks to see where he is. I love that the beginning really goes over what good testing looks like... sleep well, eat well, read all instructions, etc.
We are using this to reinforce new skills that we are learning. It’s a great help in keeping us on track during our third grade year.
Even if you don't believe in testing, like us, this book is a good resource to give you an idea at the end of the year what you have missed, or what you may want to spend some more time on. At the same time it prepares the kids how to take a test, in case they ever encounter one.