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On the following pages you will find many activities you can do at home with your child to assist in preparing him/her for the Washington Measurement of Student Progress test in the Spring.  This year we added On-line testing in Reading and Science.  It was exciting to see the students work.  Now we need to see if their scores were okay.  It will be important for students to have as many opportunities to use on-line testing situations as possible.  The practices I am adding allow for students to download and answer questions using their computers.  They can save their work and post it to our classroom Edmodo site for me to look at if they want.  Times are changing and we must keep up with them.

The tests consist of many multiple choice questions, but the remainder of the test consists of questions which involve higher level thinking and the writing out an explanation, response, or answer.  These types of questions will be worth 1 point or 2 points.

The more practice your child can get in, the more confident he/she will feel when opening the test booklets. 

Have fun with the activities.  I will add new ones as time goes on.
 





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