Chemistry Exit Tickets (Exit Slips) are the perfect formative assessment activity for your students. They are quick, easy to use, and data driven. This resource contains 21 different exit ticket activities (4 per page) covering a large variety of chemistry concepts (listed below). These slips are great to use at the beginning or end of a lesson, for concept reinforcement, stations, class reviews, or in small groups/tutorials. There are 2 versions included in this resource - Color and Black/White.
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21 unique exit tickets - 4 per page
Concepts covered in this product include the following:
-Parts of an Atom
-How to Determine Protons, Electrons, and Neutrons
-Periodic Table - Element Tile
-Identifying Elements from Bohr Models
-Creating Bohr Models
-Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids
-What are Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures?
-Identifying Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
-Parts of a Chemical Formula
-Identifying Atoms, Elements, and Molecules
-Chemical Equation Basics
-Reactants and Products of Photosynthesis
-Balanced or Unbalanced Equations
-Law of Conservation of Mass
-Evidence of a Chemical Reaction
-Physical and Chemical Changes
-Physical and Chemical Properties
-Density of Unknown Substances
-Answer key for each exit ticket
-Suggestions for use
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