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Nonstandard Measurement Exit Tickets for 1st Grade Math

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Description

Exit tickets are the perfect tool to check for student understanding. These nonstandard measurement exit tickets are quick assessments to see what students know and learn right after a lesson. They allow you to see if something needs further explaining during small groups or if you can move on.

This resource contains exit slips designed for 1st grade math, focusing on nonstandard measurement. Aligned with TEKS and CCS, these mini worksheets contained essential topics like nonstandard measurement, ordering objects, measuring lengths, comparing lengths, and more.

These Non Standard  Units Measurement Exit Tickets include: 

  •  1-4 problems depending on the skill
  •  3 exit tickets per sheet to allow for easy printing for your whole class
  • 2 versions for each skill
  • Self-elevations on each exit slip

⭐ These exit tickets correlate with my Guided Math units or can be used as a stand-alone with any curriculum. If you do own my Guided Math units, they follow the same order as the daily lesson plans. They can also be used as a standalone with any curriculum. ⭐

Ways to Use Nonstandard Units Measurement Exit Slips

☑️ formative assessments

☑️ small group reflections
☑️ early finisher activities

You will love how easy it is to assess your students. Each exit ticket worksheet also includes a spot for students to self-assess their understanding. This allows them to safely share how they feel about the concept or skill they are learning.

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