Exit tickets- These math tickets are excellent for young students. They are fast (it probably takes more time to pass them out that it does for the students to complete!) but a fantastic way to evaluate how your students understand math content. They would be great both after a new lesson or before a new unit to see what students already know.
Emoji Exit Ticket - What kid doesn't love emojis? The assessment gives students the opportunity to reflect on learned material and express how they feel about it. Positive emojis show students are on the right path. Negative or in-the-middle emojis show the teacher that more instruction is needed.
Stoplight Assessment - This is another opportunity for students to self-assess. Student first explain or draw what they have learned on a post-it note. Then they place the post-it on the stoplight according to how they rate their understanding. Green (I've got it), Yellow (almost there) or Red (I still need help).
Social Media Posts - Have students 'post' what they have learned on pages that mirror social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or a blog. Students get the opportunity to share what they have learned in a fun, new-age way.