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Exit Ticket | Email Theme

We all love when we learn about new things, but sometimes it takes a little time for everything to sink in. Your students have questions, we have the answers. These exit tickets will provide you with an easy way to see what your students learned from the lesson and how they feel about it. Get your students to use the empty spaces beside the # symbol and create some hashtags to describe the lesson.

Goal Setting | 3 Goals

Get students thinking of their future with this 3 Goals template!

This purple template allows students to set an academic, behavioural, and personal goal for a certian time period. Plus, it provides space for them to think up and outline the steps they'll need to take to get there.

Further down the track, students can check back in and mark up whether or not they hit that goal, providing further opportunity for reflection and restructure.

Assign these as individual assignments through your LMS and get your students immediately engaged with Kami's awesome tools and features.

Exit Ticket | Nintendo Theme

Use this template to ask your students 'What was the most fun thing from today's lesson?' The exit ticket is a great way to interact with your students and see what they learned in the classroom.

Exit Ticket | Movie Theme

With this movie theme exit ticket, your students will explain something that they learned in class today and write a question about the lesson that they still have. This makes for a great way to end a lesson or help students review content from earlier in the week.

Exit Ticket | Yellow Emoji

At the end of class, grab a quick vibe check with this emoji exit ticket. Students fill in the face that best represents their feeling after the class period. This can be colored in using Kami or printed out to be colored in.

Exit Ticket | Single Blank Nintendo

Use this template to ask your students 'What was the most fun thing from today's lesson?' The blank exit ticket is a great way to interact with your students and see what they learned in the classroom.

Exit Ticket | Thoughts & Ideas

Use this exit ticket at the end of your class for your students to fill out with some things they didn't know or understand before the lesson.

Exit Ticket | Polaroid

Students can add their own artistic expression to this polaroid exit ticket by using the Kami tools or drawing on a printed version. This is a great way to encourage students to reflect on their learning, while creating something unique.

Exit Ticket | Venn Diagram

Use this Venn diagram style exit ticket template for your students to compare two subjects. Perhaps it's the end of the day and they want to compare what they learnt in Math to what they learnt in English. Or maybe it's the end of class and you'd like them to compare the subjects discussed.

Exit Ticket | Purple Robot

These techno exit tickets are a great way to get your class to start a discussion about their feelings, thoughts and opinions about what they have just watched or learnt. This ticket includes the question: "If you were a machine in today's lesson, what machine would you be?"

Exit Ticket | Single Blank Venn Diagram

Use this blank venn diagram style exit ticket template for your students to compare two subjects. Perhaps it's the end of the day and they want to compare what they learnt in Math to what they learnt in English. Or maybe it's the end of class and you'd like them to compare the subjects discussed.

Exit Ticket | Blank Yellow Emoji

This blank exit ticket can be used however you like. Add emojis, titles, subheadings or different shapes to customize it to suit your class. Don't forget to pop in a question on what you'd like to ask your students before they leave.

Exit Ticket | Blank Nintendo

Use this template to ask your students 'What was the most fun thing from today's lesson?' The blank exit ticket is a great way to interact with your students and see what they learned in the classroom.

Exit Ticket | Single Blank Thoughts & Ideas

Use this exit ticket at the end of your class for your students to fill out with some things they didn't know or understand before the lesson.

Exit Ticket | Cause & Consequence Rockets

Great for use after teaching about cause and effect, this resource will provide engaging exit tickets to help students understand cause and consequence, which is an important concept for students in all grade levels.

Exit Ticket | Single Blank Polaroid

Students can add their own artistic expression to this blank polaroid exit ticket by using the Kami tools or drawing on a printed version. This is a great way to encourage students to reflect on their learning, while creating something unique.