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Exit tickets are a wonderful way to assess student knowledge before, during and after a unit! In this resource you will find over 400 Tickets that address the Entire Australian Year One Curriculum. However, these tickets will also cover many standards in the American and UK curriculum!

 

Each page includes 4 exit tickets based around a topic, with each ticket on the page different to the rest (where possible). This is to ensure that you can divide exit tickets between levelled math groups, prevent copying and use the same tickets multiple times but for different students.

 

What's included?

  • How-to guide.

  • Contents page.

  • Tickets organised into content areas and sub-strands.

  • Editable blank template (to create your own).

 

Number and Algebra

  • Identifying the smallest and largest number.

  • Odd and even numbers.

  • Ordering numbers.

  • Skip counting by 2's, 5's and 10's.

  • Continuing number patterns.

  • Creating number patterns.

  • Numbers: before and after.

  • Friends of 10.

  • Counting on from a number.

  • Part-Part-Whole.

  • Single-digit addition using numerals.

  • Addition with pictures.

  • Addition with a number line.

  • Addition: Think big, count small.

  • Addition: Pick your strategy.

  • Subtraction with pictures.

  • Subtraction with a number line.

  • Subtraction: Pick your strategy.

  • Place value using MAB and pop sticks (identifying the value of digits, expanded form, drawing MAB.)

  • Fractions (beginning knowledge).

  • Australian Money: Matching coins and names.

 

Measurement & Geometry / Location & Transformation

  • Capacity: Full, half-full, empty, nearly full, nearly empty.

  • Length: Measuring using informal units.

  • Weight: Estimating weight.

  • Time: Writing, reading and interpreting o'clock and half-past time in multiple formats.

  • Naming and recognising 2D shapes.

  • Naming and recognising 3D objects and their features.

  • Days of the week.

  • Following simple directions.

  • Providing simple directions.

  • Directional language: left, right, clock-wise, anti-clockwise.

 

Statistics and Probability

  • Identifying the likelihood of certain events.

  • Generating questions for a survey.

  • Interpreting column and picture graphs.

  • Recording data.

 

***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).

  • Follow me on instagram @mrschalmerscherubs for more tips or to have questions answered.

Year One Math Exit Tickets | Australian Curriculum Aligned |

$11.00Price
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