Most of our students know what an Exit Slip is. This file includes 10 exit slips that are bit on the creative side! Each one asks for ways to help the student share their understanding of the lesson, but in a slightly different way. While a few of the questions are typical, most are not and will require your students to think outside the box!
For example, they are asked to create a new title for the chapter or book after the reading of that day. They are asked to jot down their favorite word in the reading.
Taking an abstract twist, one exit slips even asks the students to name a color and shape that they associate with the lesson. You will gain new insight into your students and the way they think!
Encourage them to visualize the books, and pretend they may even become a movie director. Some questions posed will ask them to cast some actors and or voices for certain characters, or select an animal the character may be most like.
Ten exit slips will get you through 2 weeks of lessons with your students not being able to predict what you will ask next!