Earlier this summer a sweet lady named Brenda from Georgia tracked me down about my “Ticket Out the Door” sign. She wanted to make one in pink. I asked her to send me a pic and she did! Now… I gotta admit.. I think it is way cuter than mine!!! She used leftover scrapbook paper for the boxes. Neat!
Here is my original post from Friday, February 1st:
I just wanted to share a little poster I made for my exit tickets. I saw several of these floating around Pinterest, but decided to jazz mine up a bit! I love giving the students a problem to solve or a “ticket out the door.” Not only is is motivational, and gets them working, it is a great way to assess learning in a quick way. I put a problem or question on the board, and the kiddos answer on a 3 x 3 sticky note. On the way out, they place the sticky on their corresponding number. Also a quick way for me to check who completed the task as well.
I made my chart using a standard black poster board and some colored paper. I cut the paper squares into 3-1/2″ squares and glued those puppies down. I used a 1″ round punch for the circles and wrote the numbers with a good ‘ol Sharpie. Then I laminated the whole thing. (I love to laminate!) Easy-peasy and the kiddos think it is super cool. They actually beg me to give them “tickets” out the door!
You can get a free copy of my title HERE or by clicking on the picture.
Font courtesy of Kevin and Amanda.