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Do you feel limited when verifying what your students have learned? These 53 fun and easy formative assessment ideas will make sure teachers and students are always on the same page.

53 Ways to Check for Understanding

If you feel limited when verifying what your students have learned these 53 fun and easy formative assessment ideas will make sure teachers and students are always on the same page. This set of assessment ideas is a great way to make sure students are com

For the Love of Teaching: Monday Made It {Beach Ball Activity & Math About Me}

For the Love of Teaching: Monday Made It {Beach Ball Activity & Math About Me}. We have used inflatable ball for Geography. Seen some fill in the blank, what about blue or clear then they could write on it?

Plenary grid with lots of different ideas

Plenary Grid of ideas / Choice Board for exit ticket (students cross off when complete and then keep a record of what types they have completed (i.e / and may not repeat until they have completed all the exit tickets-perhaps modify # of choices?

Plenary Dice

DICE: This dice has students answer questions regarding a story, topic or concept explored in English.

Reflective Thinking Sentence Starter Cards Teaching Resource

Reflective Thinking Sentence Starter Cards Teaching Resource I thought these were great ways to become more reflective in your teaching practices.

Back to school story starters for daily writing centers

Back To School: Story Starters {Common Core Writing Prompts}

Back to school writing prompts. Can be used for the whole class, or at individual writing stations. Gives the students a little guidance about what to write while not telling them exactly what to write. Also love how they are displayed.

first day of class | Piktochart Infographic Editor- Eays to Determine a Students Prior Knowledge

How do you determine students' prior knowledge? An infographic from the Events in Instruction series by Mia MacMeekin/An ethical island

The #LessonStarter Generator - 200 lesson starters all in one place

This is a resource with 120 starters all in one place! The Starter Generator has enough starters for you to shake a stick at. All come with pictures to aid recall and enjoyment and are explained, often with examples.

Giant Tower (Jenga)   Students write questions on wood covered in sticky back plastic. Great for plenary or revision.   Get students to write their name by question in case it is hard to read.

Giant Tower (Jenga) Students write questions on wood covered in sticky back plastic. Great for plenary or revision. Get students to write their name by question in case it is hard to read.

Plenary Prompts FREEBIE

Plenary Prompts

A range of sentence starters to prompt children to talk about what they are learning during a lesson and to talk or write about what they have learned at the

These exit tickets are a great way for students to summarise what they have learned during your lesson in a fun and relatable way! They also provide you wi...

Exit Ticket / Plenary Cards to measure progress

These exit tickets are a great way for students to summarise what they have learned during your lesson in a fun and relatable way! They also provide you wi...


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