• Georgia Milestones Test Resources


    Online Testing Experience (tools practice):


    The primary purpose of this website is to provide exposure to the online platform that students will utilize when taking the Georgia Milestones tests. (Best used in Google Chrome).

    • Click on Green Test Practice Button
    • Click End of Grade Online Tools Training
    • Click EOG Test Practice
    • Click Standard Online Tools
    • Click Grades 3-5
    • Sign in with Username and Password (it is listed on the screen)
    • Click the Green continue button
    • Lastly, click on the Grades 3-5 Test Practice 


    Georgia Milestones End of Grade Study/Resource Guides

    2019-2020 Study/Resource Guides for Grades 3-5


    Georgia Milestones Parent Resources

    Georgia Milestones Parent Brochure

    Parent's Guide to GA Milestones Score Report

    Understanding the GA Milestones Achievement Levels


    Henry Teaching and Learning Standards

    Elementary Teaching and Learning Standards (HTLS)


    Test Taking Tips

    **Test Taking Tips – For Students** 

    1. Get plenty of rest and eat right. Take care of your body and your mind will do the rest.
    2. If you are worried about a test, don’t be. Talk with a teacher, parent, or friend about what is expected of you.
    3. Review the things you have learned all year long. Feel good about it.
    4. Remember that a test is just one look at what you know. Your classwork, projects, and other tests will show your teachers how much you have learned throughout the year.
    5. Try your best!


    **Test Taking Tips – For Parents** 

    1. Encourage your student to employ good study and test-taking skills. These skills include: following directions carefully, avoiding careless errors, and reviewing work.
    2. Explain the purpose of the tests. The assessments give students an opportunity to show what they have learned in school. They also give teachers information that helps them plan instruction.
    3. Point out that some items may be more difficult than others.
    4. Be certain your student gets plenty of sleep and has a healthy breakfast and lunch. Taking tests is hard work for many students and can require a lot of energy.
    5. Be certain your student is on time. Rushing and worrying about being late could affect performance on the tests.
    6. Remember to ask your student about the testing at the end of the day.

     Test Taking Tips for Parents