Exit-Slips were originally designed so that students could write responses to random questions at the end of each school day covering the topics they learned. They were intended to incorporate a segment of writing into the content area and create opportunities for higher level thinking.
Through trial and error I determined a much more valuable experience for exit slips would be random reviews of all of the grade level standards in each subject. On the weekends I would create four questions for each day and each subject, copy and cut them; and I'd be good to go for the rest of the week. I'd pass the exit slips out fifteen minutes before it was time to "clean up" and I had a excellent method for authentic assessment to use as data to plan classroom interventions.
This is a sample of my "5th Grade STAAR Daily Exit Slips":
To purchase COMPLETE SETS OF MY "Daily Test Prep Exit Slips" I've provided the links below to each product at my TPT store: