Here are two sets of drill and kill practice assessments for elementary students. There are 30 questions in two different sets. Students have a minute to complete the assessment. This worksheet works on a student's fluency of subtraction.
This is a two page document. The first page tells a short story and students will graph the numbers in the story. Students will then answer three questions, two of which help them interpret the results. The second page is a movement activity in which students will first draw depictions of their four favorite summer time activities and then they will go around the classroom asking their classmates which one of the four they like best. They can use tally marks to keep track. Lastly the students will create a bar graph of the results and then answer two questions analyzing their data.
Students will first roll a number cube. This number will then let students know how many of the 10 animals need to be eliminated/subtracted. They will cross that many off. They will then create a number sentence to mathematically explain how they end up with fewer animals.
Students can practice their skills telling time with this game. Students have to stop the clock when the big hand reaches specific times. The closer they get to the exact minute the more points they will win.