Exit tickets are a wonderful way to assess student knowledge before, during and after a unit. This product includes over 510 exit tickets that address the Australian Year Five Curriculum. However, these tickets will also cover many standards in the American and UK curriculum! Each page includes 4 various exit tickets based around a topic. This is to ensure that you can divide exit tickets between levelled math groups, prevent copying, and so you can use the same tickets multiple times but for different students.

This product includes:

How-to guide and explanation.

Contents page for easy location of concepts.

Exit tickets sorted into learning areas and concepts.

Number and Algebra

General Place Value Revision

Identifying Multiples

Identifying Factors

Rounding to nearest 10

Rounding to nearest 100

Rounding to nearest 1000

Round and Estimate

Adding on an open number line

Adding using the Split Strategy

Adding using Partitioning

Adding using the Compensation Strategy

Adding using an algorithm (Vertical Addition)

Addition: Pick your strategy

Subtraction on an open number line

Subtraction using the Split Strategy

Subtraction using the Compensation Strategy

Subtraction using an algorithm (Vertical subtraction)

Subtraction: Pick your strategy

Multiply x 10, x100 and by 1000

Multiplication using the Split Strategy

Multiplication using the Box Method

Multiplication using the Lattice Method

Multiply using an algorithm

Short Division (no remainders)

Short Division (with remainders)

Short Division (remainders as a decimal)

Short Division (remainders as a fraction

Compare and order fractions on a number line

Add fractions with the same denominator

Subtract fractions with the same denominator

Represent Percentages

Ordering Decimals

Decimals on a Number Line

Adding Decimals

Subtracting Decimals

Number Patterns

Finding Unknown Quantities

Financial Planning

Measurement and Geometry

Calculate perimeter of rectangles

Calculate area of regular and composite shapes

Understanding units of measurement

Convert between common units of measurement

12 and 24-hour time

Lines of symmetry

Rotational symmetry

3D objects

Grid reference systems

Describe routes using landmarks and directional language

Translations, reflections and rotations

Enlargement of 2D Shapes

Angles

Calculate Volume using unit cubes

Calculate Volume using formula

Capacity

Mass

Statistics and Probability

List probability of outcomes

Recognise that probability ranges between 0 and 1

Represent probabilities as fractions

Pose questions for numerical data

Collect numerical data

Pose questions for categorical data

Collect categorical data

Describe and interpret data

While we are navigating this global pandemic, I am more than happy for you to adjust this resource to best suit the needs of your class.

***Tips for Distance Learning***

Screen shot desired exit tickets, or full pages, and send to students via e-mail, SeeSaw or other platform (such as google classroom).

Print selected pages to form an assessment piece, if sending home a work book.

Provide selected pages for parents to use to help them asses their student.

Provide selected pages to students to focus on a particular concept (almost like an activity sheet, rather than individual tickets).

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