I have these posted in my classroom to use for a variety of ways. Sometimes we do an exit slip where the kids actually write down which number/emoji they are feeling and reflect on why. Often I just use this as a 21st century adaptation of the fist
Here you will find 19 generic exit slips with matching magnets/signs that you could use for just about any topic. The circles I use as magnets to help my students know which exit slip I want them to do. There are sheets that could be printed that
Looking to introduce Jack London's The King of Mazy May in a fun way??
Students participate in a "gold rush" in the classroom. I hide candy (approved of course by parents) around the room. The students go and search for as many pieces as they can.
The preview of this is weird, but the download works just fine! I often use this on Fridays for my students to reflect on their own behavior and accomplishments for the week. It has been a great way for students to self-check, and then they can see
This product is designed to help students write a creative poem focussing on figurative language. There are three different versions of the poem differentiated a bit by skill level with the figurative language.