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Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy

Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
Free Exit Slip Labels for Speech Therapy
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Due to several requests, these Exit Slip labels are now available to dress up your speech therapy Exit Slip containers! These colorful Exit Slip labels will spruce up your speech room and, more importantly, attract your students to a valuable, evidence-based routine at the end of your sessions!

Want to see how Exit Slips work? Check out this free Exit Slip Sampler for Articulation, Language and Social Skills!

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For a 30% discount on all Exit Slips, please check out my MEGA Bundle of 700 Exit Slips or for a 20% discount, check out this Skill-Based Bundle of 300 Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills or my Seasonal Bundle of 400 Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills.

According to Cross (1998), effective lessons involve activities that allow students to reflect about what they just learned. Exit Slips are specifically tailored to meet the needs of your entire speech and language caseload.

Check out all Exit Slip sets HERE!

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Cross, K. P. (1998). Classroom research: Implementing the scholarship of teaching. In T. Angelo (Ed.),Classroom assessment and research: An update on uses, approaches, and research findings (pp. 5–12). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; and Ross, J. A., Hogaboam-Gray, A., & Rolheiser, C. (2002). Student self-evaluation in grade 5–6 mathematics: Effects on problem-solving achievement. Educational Assessment, 8(1), 43–59.
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