A very simple plenary that can give a whole class, table, pair or individual option. I made the picture using Moldiv (which I love), laminated them and used spinners I had bought from Amazon. The students simply love spinning them, although I think they already have their favourites! Some of these I have already put on my blog with more appearing soon.
- Time capsule – I have a time capsule door in my class and the students have sheets onto which they add a key point from the lesson that they feel we should keep.
- 2 truths and a lie…if we have time we use some at the end of the lesson but if not we use them as a starter the following lesson.
- Explain it like Einstein – write a summary to explain the lesson to a 6 year old.
- How do you feel? – we use magnets on a full size version of the Lego poster and students choose the face that best represents their learning. They write this in their book with a reason for either peer or teacher response.
- Plenary for a head – used to compare the importance of factors, students draw a pie chart, hold it in front of their heads so that we then take a panorama for discussion.
- Exit ticket (below) – using a ticket I adapted from Twitter which has lots of options around the side.