I created this incredibly helpful resources that 7 unit math tests for 4th grade to help teachers assess their students on the Georgia Standards of Excellence and the Common Core State Standards. The math tests that I made for my 5th grade team a few years ago have been very helpful in assessing my students and their academic growth through each of our math units, so I wanted to spread this on to another grade level.

In Georgia, we are given an outline of 7 units that are strategically grouped in a scope and sequence to cover each of the CCSS. All the standards are grouped into units so that the skills build on each other throughout the year. For each unit, we give our students a pre-test to see what skills they have already mastered and which ones have not yet been mastered up to this point. From there, we are able to group students throughout the unit and plan differentiation within our classes. At the end of the unit, we re-adminster the same test we gave before the unit to see how much our students have grown throughout the unit. This has also been a beneficial indicator of what we need to focus on re-teaching to small groups.

As you know, education has become more data-driven in recent years, so my team uses Excel data sheets to record and chart student growth from the beginning of each unit to the end. Each of my tests contain a set of Excel spreadsheets for every class size from 22-30 kids along with a tutorial of how to use the Excel files to input student data.

Here's an overview of what the tutorial pages look like. |

Using these unit tests and Excel data sheets has really helped me to assess and monitor my students' mastery of the Common Core State Standards and I hope that it can be helpful for your and your class as well.

**Each math test unit includes the corresponding Excel data sheets, and the units can also be purchased as a bundle HERE.