Elements of Art Exit Tickets
Are you looking for a quick and easy formative assessment tool to check for understanding? Have a scheduled observation and need a way to polish off the end of your art lesson? Check out this comprehensive pack of 100 unique elements of art exit tickets. These task-oriented exit slips are designed for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. If you’re teaching about line, color, shape, texture, value, form, or space, these exit slips are easy to align to your art lessons. And, they will be an effective tool in your art room no matter where you are on the choice spectrum.
Exit Slips: Teacher Directions
There are a couple different ways to use these exit slips, whether it be at the end of a lesson or a unit of study. For example, you could pre-select a slip. Then, give everyone the same prompt to complete during the last few minutes of class. So, if you’re teaching your 4th graders about shading, you might consider selecting the exit ticket where students use a pencil, a marker, and a colored pencil to create a 5-point value scale.
Or maybe you’ve just completed a unit about geometric shapes with kindergarten and you want your students to demonstrate they understood the concept. You might want to photocopy the five exit tickets that begin with, “Draw things shaped like a(n)____.” Then give each student at a table a different ticket. This way you know they’re drawing original ideas and not looking at their neighbor’s paper.
However, if you’re a fully choice-based art teacher, your approach might be different. You could print out all 100 art exit tickets and put them in labeled folders according to the elements of art. Then, instruct students to select one from a certain folder. So, if your class is focusing on texture, each student would grab an elements of art exit tickets in the “texture” folder.
Art exit slips are a great way to gauge student learning concepts and assess standards. Each prompt comes 4 to a page. Simply print and go!
Elements of Art Exit Ticket Examples
- Use lines to illustrate these feeling words.
- Create a simple gesture drawing of a person.
- What are the three complementary color pairs?
- Color the picture using a monochromatic color scheme.
- Color all the geometric shapes.
- Draw things shaped like a square.
- Think of objects with tactile texture. Draw them in the boxes below and label the texture.
- Complete the picture using visual texture.
- Create a value scale using each technique.
- Create your own value scale and shade the illusion cube using that scale.
- Draw things shaped like a cone.
- Practice drawing cubes.
- Draw an example of a shaded object to show the illusion of space.
- Draw the other half of the image below. Shade in the negative space.
- Kindergarten – 8th Grade
You Will Receive
- 7 Non-Editable PDFs (One for Each Element of Art)