This includes a pack of eighteen Google Slides with 2-5 questions each which can be used as warm-ups, tickets out, review stations, formative assessment or task cards. They are digital task cards, and available as a pdf.
The included questions focus on the following topics:
-Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells
-Mitosis v. meiosis
-Sexual and asexual reproduction
-Sources of variation
Included is teacher instructions and 18 question Google slides, complete with answer key. Also included is a PDF version.
If you like this product but want to use Google Forms, you may want to check out the Reproduction, Variation, and Cell Types Google Form Exit Ticket Assessments
Both are available together as part of my Biology Warm Up Growing Bundle
Why use digital?
- Save time - no printing and cutting
- Colorful and engaging to students
- Lots of options: Can be used instantly on the board, or on devices
- Use technology
- Access Anywhere
***For more information about digital task cards, check out this blog post from Study All Knight***
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