Reading Test Prep
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Below are just some of the more commonly given reading tests. Some of these tests only assess reading abilities; others assess reading along with other early elementary academic skills. If your child is being given a different test from those listed below, don’t worry. Reading tests tend to cover the same sub-skills that students need to become proficient readers.
- Fastbridge Reading
- i-Ready Diagnostic
- Renaissance Star Test
- Renaissance Star Early Literacy Test
- TerraNova, Third Edition
- Woodcock Johnson IV Tests of Achievement
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It’s important to provide support and guidance to children as they prepare for reading tests. Here are some common mistakes children might make and ways to help them improve:
- Misunderstanding Directions: Teach them to read instructions carefully.
- Losing Focus: Create a distraction-free study environment.
- Not Considering All Answer Choices: Encourage reading all options before choosing.
- Difficulty Listening to Questions: Practice active listening skills.
- Getting Stuck on Hard Questions: Teach time management.
- Test Anxiety: Address anxiety with relaxation techniques.
- Lack of Test-Taking Experience: Use practice tests to familiarize.
- Eliminating Wrong Answers: Look for text clues to eliminate choices.
- Time Management: Emphasize pacing during practice.
- Positive Reinforcement: Praise their efforts and progress.
Remember that every child is unique, and their test-taking needs may vary. It’s essential to adapt your support and guidance to match your child’s strengths and weaknesses. Additionally, fostering a positive attitude toward learning and testing can go a long way in helping them perform at their best during actual tests.