These are great exit slips to have on hand because they can be used spontaneously with any subject at any grade level following any lesson. The open-ended format of each slip allows students to respond in writing, demonstrating what they know and asking for clarification when needed.
To differentiate for different learners, some of the exit slips provide blank spaces for younger children to respond through drawing (or with pictures). Also, picture clues have been included on some of the slips to help emergent readers understand the purpose of the slip.
Each page includes 4 identical exit slips. Just copy, cut, and store . . . they’re ready at a moment’s notice and are a great informal assessment to help inform future instruction and possible remedial needs.
TIP: I recommend introducing one type of exit slip at a time. Begin with the template where you feel your students can be most successful. Then, slowly introduce other types of slips as their writing proficiency and communication skills increase over the year.
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