I stumbled upon this book at the beginning of last school year, and have loved it ever since. When I purchased the book I was looking for a way to help my students maintain information all year long. I have found in the past that when I try to review with my kids right before our State Standardized Test, it's like starting from scratch with the topics that we went over in first semester. This book answered all my prayers.
Here is how I use it in my classroom: I call it their "Daily Math Practice." I give each student a folder (color coded by class) and inside that folder is a chart that you can print from the CD ROM that comes with the book. On this chart I can keep track of how many problems they missed and which ones (so if Johnny keeps missing #5 I know he needs help with fractions, decimals, and percents). This is also where they keep their assigned worksheet for that day. I copy the pages front and back, but they only do one side per night. This worksheet then becomes their nightly homework (Monday-Thursday), that they have to have complete and turned in by the next morning. I am lucky enough to have a 1st hour prep so I grade all the folders during that time period. Then when it is time for their math class they get the folders returned to them and we go over the results and correct answers. Now when it comes to counting them for a grade, I do not grade them on their perfection rather I grade them on their attempt. I don't feel it's fair to take points off on topics that we haven't even covered yet. So instead I take them for a completion grade; if they are finished and turned in on time they receive 5 points, if they are late or incomplete they receive 0. The hardest part about this whole system is explaining it to parents, and that it is OK for their child to miss certain problems (especially at the beginning of the year). Other than that I love it and I have seen some great results because of it!
Here is a link where you can purchase the book if interested:
They have them for all grade levels K-6. Check it out, I promise you won't be disappointed!