If you are busy prepping for next year I have a great set of quick, easy to use exit tickets to help you assess and group students for math instruction. If you've never used exit tickets or thought they were just for the older grades, don't worry these were made specifically for kindergarten so they only have a few questions on each one. Here are a few pictures of some of the exit tickets that are included to give you an idea of how they work.

Each exit ticket has 4 options for differentiation. For this skill each ticket has fewer numbers filled in, making the task more difficult for the students.

The directions are simple to explain to students and they can be done in about a minute or less.

These quick samples are so easy to check and use as a tool for assessing student understanding and guiding further instruction.

The whole bundle includes:

• 136 different exit tickets (with 4 of the same on each page for

**easy copying**)

• Black and white print only to

• Common Core Standards listed on each ticket for quick reference/organization• Exit tickets for

You can check the complete bundle out in my store here:

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**save on ink**• Common Core Standards listed on each ticket for quick reference/organization• Exit tickets for

**a****ll 22 Kindergarten Math Standards**(Counting & Cardinality, Geometry, Operations & Algebraic Thinking, Measurement, and Numbers in Base Ten)You can check the complete bundle out in my store here:

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I've taught K for just one year but I love it! I teach at a private Christian school in Michigan (Franklin Road).

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ReplyDeleteI've been teaching in south florida for 6.5 years. I've always taught deaf/hard of hearing k-2...most of my students function at about a kindergarten level...so this pack would be awesome to use with them!

ReplyDeleteHello! Thanks for this awesome giveaway. I have had your Exit Tickets on my wishlist for a while now. I just finished my third year of teaching kindergarten in Indiana :)

ReplyDeleteThese look so awesome!! I just started working with Kindergartners this past year, after 14 years in 5th...a BIG change!! :) I teach in South Dakota...thanks so much for the opportunity to win these!! Enjoy your summer! :)

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ReplyDeleteI currently teach kinder in Arizona, but I am on my way to Texas. I have taught kindergarten for 4 years!

Wishing everyone good luck!

Kimberlee

It’s Kinder Time

1 year of kindergarten.

ReplyDeleteThese exit tickets are great! Thank you for the giveaway!

ReplyDeleteI taught pre K to Kindergarten for five years.

ReplyDeleteI love this :) this is my first year teaching, and I got my dream job teaching kinder in Colorado Springs :) couldn't be more excited! Love your blog and all the resources, I'll definitely be using them this year!

ReplyDeleteI teach self-contained special ed for students in grades K-3 in South Carolina.

ReplyDeleteI don't teach Kindergarten; I'm a teacher of an alternate curriculum program classroom so my kiddos are working several grade-levels below their current grade level.

ReplyDeleteI teach in FL and will be starting my 6th year teaching in August!

ReplyDeleteThanks for hosting this giveaway! Fingers crossed... :-)

ReplyDeleteI teach a combined 1st- & 2nd-grade special ed class in Atlanta, GA & have been teaching for 28 years.

ReplyDeleteI teach in FL and have taught Kindergarten for a total of 9 years, Love my Kinders and their smiling faces!

ReplyDeleteI love your website. Thanks for all you share.

ReplyDeleteI'm in SoCal and just finished my 19th year teaching!

ReplyDeleteI teach in PA. I actually don't teach kindergarten during the year, but I tutor students in Kindergarten and first grade who could certainly benefit from these exit slips!

ReplyDeleteEmily

I teach in Philadelphia. I have been teaching for 13 years. I have taught k for 7 years!!!

ReplyDeleteI teach in Englewood Fl. and this will be my second year teaching K.

ReplyDeleteThis is such a great opportunity to win a great product! Thanks so much for such a great giveaway!!

ReplyDeleteWarmest Wishes,

Erin

Kindergarten Dragons

I really like this idea of mini assessments! Such a great idea! Thanks, Kim :)

ReplyDeleteI have been teaching K for 10 years in Florida :) I really like your exit card idea. There are many days when we work whole group with dry erase boards and then break into different math activities without doing any worksheets. The exit cards are a great idea to make sure each student got the concept when we don't do a worksheet.

ReplyDeleteMichelle

These look great!

ReplyDeleteThese are so amazing! My exit slips are usually scratched out by me in the morning!

ReplyDeleteI'm in Chicago and I taught a 2nd, a K/1 split and I'm going into my 3rd year of just K!

Deirdre

Mrs. Garcia's Super Scholars

How do I know what TPT follower I am, if I was following before the contest?

ReplyDeleteI teach in Ransom, Il and I have been teaching 20 years:)

ReplyDeleteI'd love to win! *fingers crossed*

ReplyDeleteI teach in Kerman, CA and I will be starting my second year in K this coming school year (2 year teaching total also). Love it in K!

ReplyDeleteLove the CCSS Math Tickets! I teach in Colorado and have been teaching K for 11 years-LOVE IT!

ReplyDeleteI'm in southern CA. This will be my second year teaching K here. I have previously taught K and 2nd in a different state.

ReplyDeleteLove this great giveaway! These exit tickets would be PERFECT for my special ed kiddos. Fingers crossed...

ReplyDeleteI will be a first year teacher in K this fall! Super excited, from Illinois!

ReplyDeleteWho won the math exit tickets giveaway? Fingers crossed it was me... :-)

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