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Math Exit Tickets for Formative Assessment

Assess Your Students in 5 Minutes or Less!

Taking formative assessments in math doesn’t have to be stressful or time consuming. I love to use math exit tickets aligned to standards that are quick and easy to have students to complete. Plus, I want to have as much time as possible to continue teaching!

Plus, if you make it to the end of this post, you’ll find out how you can get some exit tickets to try out for FREE in your classroom!

A Closer Look at Math Exit Tickets

First, math exit tickets help teachers assess their students easily. These small formative assessments won’t overwhelm your students, and they will take you no time at all to grade them! *Plus, they now come in digital versions for Google Slides & Seesaw!

Labeling the exit ticket

Benefits of Exit Tickets

There are many benefits to using these printable & digital exit tickets in your classroom!

  • Exit tickets are a great way to close a lesson. They provide instant feedback that you can use immediately to guide your next instructional steps.
  • They are a consistent use of formative assessment.
  • Exit tickets are quick way to check understanding.
  • They come aligned directly to grade level math standards.
Exit tickets example

Find your Grade Level

Finally, these exit tickets are available for three grade levels: Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade. Each set includes digital (Google Slides & Seesaw( & printable options and multiple assessments per skill, lists the math standard & skill at the top, and is designed four to a page.

Click below to find your grade level!

image shows kindergarten exit tickets
image shows 1st grade exit tickets
image shows 2nd grade exit tickets

Try Them Out for FREE!

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