Colonial America Exit Tickets Set
This resource is a set of 20 pages of Colonial America themed exit tickets, bell ringers, review questions – these formative assessments can be used as different classroom activities. Each ticket includes 1 – 3 questions written for upper elementary students. The questions were written to meet a variety of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). For specific examples of the included questions, please look at the preview.
A blank template is also include so teachers can write their own questions. The completed tickets are not editable.
A complete answer key is also included.
Although these are called exit tickets, teachers can use these formative assessments in a wide variety of ways. A few ideas are:
– Exit Tickets
– Bell Ringers
– Morning Work
– Spiral Review
– Partner Work
– Task Cards
In addition, the exit tickets were designed to be attractive but not busy. The simple layout of the tickets makes it easy for students to complete the work without getting distracted.
Topics covered in this product include:
– Roanoke, Jamestown, & Plymouth
– Rhode Island
– Pequot War & King Philip’s War
– New England Colonies Map
– New Netherland
– New Jersey
– Middle Colonies Map
– The Carolinas
– Southern Colonies Map
– Colonial Governments
– Colonial Economies
– Supply & Demand
– Trade with Native Americans
– Daily Life in the Colonies
– Colonial Education & Recreation
– Triangular Trade & Slavery
– Slaves Codes
Please see the preview for even more information and pictures of this product.