300 Best AI Prompts for K-12 Teachers (Plus Free Printable List)


It feels like everyone is using AI these days. The sudden prevalence can be intimidating, but some of the benefits are clear. Many of us can relate to feeling writer’s block or not knowing where to begin with a project. Artificial intelligence can help. While we definitely don’t want students submitting entirely AI-generated work (fortunately, there are great AI checkers for teachers to help with that!), it can be helpful to use AI prompts to jump-start brainstorming and increase productivity for both students and teachers.

In this article, we focus primarily on the AI prompts for teachers, though many of them could be useful for students as well. Plus the tips for writing good AI prompts are useful for both teachers and students.

Be sure to grab our free printable tip sheet for AI writing as well as a list of all the AI prompts listed below that you can print and reference any time.

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How To Write Good AI Prompts

Ready to try using AI prompts in the classroom? At first, finding the right approach can be tough, but with a little practice, you’ll be able to find a solid strategy. Here are some tips to help you get started with AI prompts.

Give your AI an identity

Tell your AI who it is, based on your topic. If your AI prompts are about tennis, for example, start by saying something like “You’re Serena Williams,” and then ask, “Help me come up with a writing prompt about tennis for 5-year-olds.” Some other examples might be “You’re a NASA astronaut. Help me come up with trivia questions for my sixth grade students about the planet Mars” or “You’re Mark Cuban. What’s a good prompt to get high schoolers to write about their career aspirations?”

Be very specific

You don’t want to leave the AI tool guessing, because it will probably fill in the wrong blanks. Instead, get as specific as possible about the topic, grade or difficulty level, and any other important details that should be included in the tool’s response.

Incorporate educational objectives

Are you trying to meet certain curriculum-based learning objectives? If so, be sure to include these in your directions for generating AI prompts.

Encourage critical thinking

Consider ways to generate AI prompts that promote critical thinking.

Use open-ended questions

The goal is to allow for creative and open-ended responses to encourage problem-solving and creativity among your students.

Define the audience

Be clear about who the AI prompt is for. Are you writing for 3rd grade parents or 11th grade AP U.S. history students? Tailor your prompts to suit the specific audience to ensure relevance and engagement.

Define the output

Specify what you want the AI to generate. Whether it’s a list of 20 writing prompts, a worksheet with 10 true-or-false questions, or a short letter with an introduction, two body paragraphs, and a conclusion, being clear about the desired output helps the AI deliver more accurate results.

Give feedback to refine the output

Interact with the AI like you would with a student on an assignment. Provide feedback if you need more or different information. This helps refine the AI’s responses and improves the quality of the output over time.

Reflect and evolve

Once you’ve used AI prompts a few times, take a look at both the responses from the AI tool and the students’ engagement. Are there any ways you can refine the process? Continue to look for ways to improve, and your AI prompts will get better and better!

Administrative Tasks and Parent Communication AI Prompts

Administrative Tasks and Parent Communication AI Prompts

School Email Template AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are a kindergarten teacher welcoming new students and their parents at the beginning of the school year. Create an email that introduces yourself and discusses classroom goals, what the children can expect during the year, and how parents can stay engaged in their child’s education.
  • You are an elementary school teacher who has noticed a student struggling academically and socially. Write an email to the parents to schedule a meeting, making sure to express concern, provide observations, and invite collaboration on strategies to support the student.

Middle and High School

  • You are a middle school teacher who needs to inform parents about upcoming standardized tests. Write an email explaining the test schedule, the importance of these tests, and how parents can help their children prepare.
  • You are a high school teacher organizing a field trip. Draft an email to parents detailing the destination, educational objectives, costs involved, necessary preparations, and the need for volunteer chaperones.
  • You are a high school coach updating student athletes and their parents about the upcoming sports season. Draft an email that outlines practice schedules, equipment requirements, team expectations, and how parents can support the team.

General/Administration

  • You are a school administrator who needs to update parents about a change in school policy. Write an email explaining the reasons for the change, the benefits to the students, and how the new policy will be implemented.
  • You are a teacher who needs to cancel a previously scheduled class event due to unforeseen circumstances. Compose an email to parents explaining the cancellation, the reasons behind it, and proposed new dates for the event.

School Newsletter AI Prompts

  • You are a principal preparing the monthly school newsletter. Write a welcoming message that highlights the achievements of the past month and outlines key events coming up.
  • You are a school librarian and want to feature a “Book of the Month” in the school newsletter. Write a brief review of the chosen book, explain why it was selected, and suggest ways students can benefit from reading it.
  • You are the head of the science department. Prepare a section for the newsletter that discusses recent student projects in the science fair, emphasizing innovative ideas and student engagement in STEM.
  • You are a music teacher organizing a school concert. Write a piece for the newsletter that describes the upcoming event, the pieces being performed, and how the community can support the music program.
  • You are an art teacher who has recently overseen a student art exhibition. Draft content for the newsletter showcasing the event, highlighting student artwork, and reflecting on the importance of arts in education.
  • You are a sports coach at the school. Provide an update for the newsletter on the recent sports seasons, including results, standout performances, and a call for students to join the upcoming sports activities.
  • You are a school counselor writing a segment on wellness tips for the newsletter. Offer advice on managing school stress, balancing homework and leisure, and where students and parents can seek additional support if needed.
  • You are organizing a community service event. Write a newsletter entry inviting students and parents to participate, detailing the purpose of the event, the impact expected, and how they can get involved.
  • You are a teacher who has initiated a new technology club. Use the newsletter to introduce this new club, explain its objectives, and invite students to join by detailing the activities planned for the club.

School Forms AI Prompts

  • You are a teacher planning a field trip to a local museum. Write instructions for a field trip permission form that explains the purpose of the visit, transportation details, what students should bring, and safety measures in place.
  • You are the school nurse creating a health form for incoming students. Draft a form that requests medical history, current health conditions, allergies, and emergency contact information.
  • You are organizing a volunteer event and need parental consent. Write a consent form that details the nature of the event, supervision arrangements, what students are expected to do, and any risks involved.
  • You are a PE teacher coordinating a sports tryout. Develop a registration form that collects student information, previous sports experience, and parental consent for participation in tryouts.
  • You are a school administrator implementing a new technology use policy. Create a form that outlines the rules for technology use at school, requires student and parent acknowledgement, and collects signatures agreeing to the terms.
  • You are a teacher organizing a summer camp. Draft a form that includes a detailed itinerary, cost, required gear, and a section for parents to note any special considerations for their child (e.g., dietary restrictions, medical needs).
  • You are leading a special after-school program and need to gather student interest. Create a sign-up sheet that describes the program, its benefits, the schedule, and a section for students to sign up if interested.
  • You are a school counselor setting up appointments for college and career counseling. Design a booking form that allows students to select available times, list areas of interest or concern, and any specific questions they want to discuss.
  • You are a science teacher who needs permission for students to participate in a lab experiment. Write a safety agreement form that outlines lab safety rules and the nature of the experiment, and requires a parental signature to acknowledge understanding and consent.

Reference Letter AI Prompts

  • You are a high school teacher asked to write a letter of recommendation for a student applying to college. Compose a template that highlights the student’s academic achievements, personal qualities, and potential for future success.
  • You are a college professor writing a reference letter for a student applying for a prestigious scholarship. Develop a template that showcases the student’s intellectual curiosity, leadership skills, and contributions to the campus community.
  • You are a principal who needs to recommend a teacher for a leadership role in another school. Write a template that emphasizes the teacher’s educational philosophy, effectiveness in classroom management, and positive impact on student learning.
  • You are a coach writing a reference for an athlete applying to a sports program. Create a letter template that highlights the athlete’s dedication, sportsmanship, and athletic accomplishments.
  • You are a mentor in a science club asked to provide a reference for a student entering a STEM competition. Draft a template focusing on the student’s innovative thinking, problem-solving abilities, and teamwork skills.
  • You are a school counselor recommending a student for a part-time job. Construct a template that describes the student’s responsibility, maturity, and adaptability, including examples from school activities and responsibilities.
  • You are an art teacher asked to write a reference for a student applying to an art school. Develop a template that illustrates the student’s artistic talent, creativity, and growth over time in your classes.
  • You are a music teacher recommending a student for a music performance program. Write a template that speaks to the student’s musical skills, performance experiences, and commitment to continued improvement.
  • You are a faculty member recommending a colleague for a professional development opportunity. Craft a template that details your colleague’s expertise, contributions to the educational community, and suitability for this particular development program.
  • You are an administrator writing a support letter for a staff member applying for a grant. Create a template that highlights the staff member’s initiative, achievements, and the positive impact of their projects on the school environment.

Language Translation AI Prompts

  • You are an English teacher working with ESL students. Translate a simple English story into Spanish, ensuring that the cultural nuances are appropriately adapted for young Spanish-speaking students.
  • You are a French-language teacher preparing materials for an advanced class. Translate an editorial from a popular French newspaper into English, focusing on maintaining the journalistic tone and style.
  • You are a business-language instructor. Translate a business contract from English to Mandarin, paying special attention to legal terms and conditions that are culturally specific to Chinese business practices.
  • You are a high school German teacher. Translate a German poem into English, capturing the emotional depth and rhythm of the original text.
  • You are teaching a course on Russian literature. Translate a short passage from a classic Russian novel into English, ensuring that the historical context and idiomatic expressions are clearly conveyed.
  • You are an Italian language educator. Translate a recipe from traditional Italian into English, including measurements, cooking terms, and cultural tips for preparing the dish authentically.
  • You are a translator training students for diplomatic careers. Translate a diplomatic speech from Arabic to French, maintaining the formal tone and the precise diplomatic expressions.
  • You are a Portuguese teacher creating a bilingual guide for tourists. Translate descriptions of tourist attractions from Portuguese to English, including information about historical significance and visitor tips.
  • You are a Japanese language specialist. Translate a set of instructions for a Japanese tech gadget into English, ensuring all technical jargon is accurately translated and easy to understand for non-technical users.
  • You are a Spanish teacher tasked with creating bilingual educational materials. Translate educational content about the solar system from Spanish into English, making sure it is accessible for middle school students.

Editing AI Prompts

  • You are reviewing a high school student’s essay. Identify any grammatical errors and suggest corrections. Also, provide feedback on how to improve sentence structure for better clarity.
  • You are editing a newsletter article written by a fellow teacher. Check for tone consistency throughout the piece and recommend adjustments to ensure it aligns with the intended audience.
  • You are helping a student prepare a college admission essay. Review the essay for clarity and conciseness. Suggest ways to eliminate redundancy and strengthen the argument.
  • You are proofreading an email that will be sent to parents. Correct any typos or grammatical mistakes and suggest changes that would make the email sound more polite and professional.
  • You are critiquing a book report by a middle school student. Provide suggestions on how to enhance the coherence of the report and ensure that each paragraph transitions smoothly to the next.
  • You are assisting a colleague with their conference presentation script. Offer advice on how to clarify complex points and recommend changes to make the content more engaging for the audience.
  • You are evaluating a series of blog posts for the school website. Edit for a consistent and appropriate tone that matches the school’s ethos and suggest changes that improve reader engagement.
  • You are mentoring a student on their science fair project’s abstract. Suggest edits to improve scientific accuracy and readability, ensuring that technical terms are explained or simplified.
  • You are revising a proposal for a new school club. Check for persuasive and clear language that effectively communicates the benefits and objectives of the club. Suggest enhancements to make the proposal more compelling.
  • You are providing feedback on a teacher’s instructional materials for a history lesson. Suggest revisions that would clarify the historical events and timelines, making them easier for students to understand.

Role-Plays for Tough Conversations AI Prompts

  • You are a teacher meeting with a parent who is upset about their child’s latest report card. Role-play how you would explain the student’s performance, discuss potential areas of improvement, and how you can work together to support the student.
  • You are a school administrator discussing budget cuts with department heads. Role-play the conversation where you need to explain the need for cuts and negotiate potential reductions in each department.
  • You are a teacher who needs to address a parent’s concerns about the school’s handling of bullying incidents. Role-play how you would reassure the parent about the actions being taken and how their child’s safety is being ensured.
  • You are a principal who has to discuss teacher layoffs with the staff. Role-play this sensitive conversation, focusing on empathy, clarity, and maintaining morale among remaining staff.
  • You are a teacher meeting with a parent who disagrees with your teaching methods. Role-play how you would defend your pedagogical choices while remaining open to constructive feedback.
  • You are a school counselor talking to a parent who refuses to acknowledge their child’s behavioral issues. Role-play how you would handle the conversation to help them see the importance of addressing these issues for their child’s development.
  • You are a teacher who has been falsely accused by a parent of unfair treatment toward their child. Role-play how you would clear up the misunderstanding and explain your approach to equal treatment.
  • You are a vice principal who needs to enforce a new, unpopular policy among teachers. Role-play a staff meeting where you explain the reasons behind the policy and address teachers’ concerns.
  • You are a teacher who has to inform parents about a change in the school schedule that could disrupt their routines. Role-play how you would present this information to minimize frustration and ensure cooperation.
  • You are a school administrator who needs to mediate a conflict between two faculty members. Role-play how you would facilitate the discussion to help them reach a resolution and restore a positive working relationship.

Professional Development AI Prompts

Professional Development AI Prompts

PD and Meeting Notes AI Prompts

  • You attended a workshop on innovative teaching strategies. Write a summary that includes the main teaching techniques discussed, how they differ from traditional methods, and one strategy you plan to implement in your classroom.
  • You participated in a PD session about integrating technology in the classroom. Summarize the key tools presented, their potential impact on student engagement, and your thoughts on the challenges of using these tools effectively.
  • You completed a course on special education needs. Create a summary that highlights the major types of learning disabilities discussed, strategies for inclusive teaching, and any resources recommended by the presenter.
  • You were part of a seminar on student mental health. Summarize the main points on how mental health affects learning, practical tips for supporting students in distress, and any policy changes your school might consider based on this seminar.
  • You attended a training on curriculum development. Write a summary that outlines the key stages of curriculum planning, examples of curricular innovations that were showcased, and how you can apply these ideas to improve your own teaching materials.
  • You participated in a webinar about assessment techniques. Summarize the different assessment methods discussed, their advantages and disadvantages, and which method you find most applicable for your teaching style and why.
  • You attended a PD session focusing on parental engagement. Create a summary detailing effective communication strategies with parents, how to handle difficult conversations, and a plan for increasing parental involvement in your classroom.
  • You participated in a workshop on classroom management. Summarize the essential classroom management techniques discussed, any new tools or resources that were introduced, and reflect on how these can address your current classroom challenges.
  • You completed a professional development course on diversity and inclusion. Summarize the key concepts covered, how these can influence school culture, and specific actions you can take to foster a more inclusive environment for all students.
  • You attended a lecture on the future of education. Write a summary that captures the main trends discussed, potential challenges for educators, and how you plan to prepare your students for changes in the educational landscape.

Interview AI Prompts

  • You are preparing for a job interview for a teaching position. Practice answering the question: “What teaching methods do you prefer, and why do you think they are effective in promoting student learning?”
  • You are interviewing for a school principal role. Prepare your response to the question: “How would you handle conflicts between staff members or departments within the school?”
  • You are a candidate for a school counselor position. Practice your answer to: “Share an example of how you have supported a student through a challenging situation.”
  • You are interviewing for a position as a special education teacher. Prepare to answer: “What strategies do you use to ensure your teaching meets the individual needs of students with diverse learning abilities?”
  • You are a prospective high school science teacher. Practice responding to the question: “How do you stay updated with the latest developments in your subject area, and how do you incorporate these into your lessons?”
  • You are applying for an elementary school teaching position. Answer the question: “What is your approach to classroom management, and how do you ensure a safe and conducive learning environment for your students?”
  • You are a candidate for a school librarian role. Prepare your response to: “What do you believe is the role of a school library in the 21st century educational setting?”
  • You are interviewing for a physical education teacher position. Practice answering the question: “How do you motivate students who are reluctant to participate in physical activities?”
  • You are a candidate for an art teacher position. Prepare to discuss: “How do you balance teaching technical skills and encouraging creative expression in your students?”
  • You are applying to be a school administrator. Practice your response to: “What are your priorities in terms of school improvement, and how would you work toward achieving them?”

SMART Goals AI Prompts

  • You are a third-grade teacher aiming to improve reading comprehension among your students. Write a SMART goal that outlines how you will achieve this by the end of the semester.
  • You are a high school math teacher looking to increase student engagement in your classes. Develop a SMART goal to achieve higher engagement through interactive lessons over the next three months.
  • You are a school principal focusing on reducing school-wide absenteeism. Craft a SMART goal to decrease student absenteeism by 10% in the next school year through targeted interventions and parent communications.
  • You are a physical education teacher who wants to enhance students’ physical fitness levels. Set a SMART goal to improve the average fitness test scores in your classes by 15% by the end of the school year.
  • You are an art teacher looking to incorporate more technology in your curriculum. Write a SMART goal to integrate digital art tools into 50% of your projects within the next six months.
  • You are a school counselor aiming to support students’ mental health better. Create a SMART goal to provide mental health workshops to 80% of the student body by the end of the academic year.
  • You are a music teacher who wants to increase student participation in the school choir. Establish a SMART goal to recruit 20 new members by the next semester through active promotion and open rehearsal sessions.
  • You are a science teacher focusing on improving students’ lab skills. Write a SMART goal to ensure that all students can independently conduct a basic lab experiment with 90% accuracy by the end of the term.
  • You are an English teacher looking to enhance students’ writing skills. Develop a SMART goal to have students complete a series of weekly journal entries that demonstrate clear improvement in writing coherence and structure over the next quarter.
  • You are an educational technology specialist aiming to train teachers on new software. Set a SMART goal to conduct training sessions for at least 75% of the school staff on using the software effectively within the next four months.

Classroom Management AI Prompts

  • You are a new teacher looking to establish a positive classroom culture. Develop a plan that outlines your rules, routines, and the rewards system you will use to encourage good behavior and engagement.
  • You are a teacher who notices that the current seating arrangement is not working well for class dynamics. Create a new seating chart strategy that aims to improve student interaction and reduce disruptions.
  • You are a teacher facing challenges with late submissions of assignments. Design a system to track assignments more effectively and motivate students to submit their work on time.
  • You are a teacher who wants to incorporate more student-led learning in your classroom. Outline a plan that describes how you will implement and manage this approach to encourage independence and responsibility among students.
  • You are dealing with frequent low-level disruptions during class. Write a step-by-step guide on how you will address this issue using non-verbal cues, rearranged classroom settings, and targeted interventions.
  • You are a teacher planning to introduce a digital tool for classroom management. Describe how you will integrate this tool into your daily routines and the benefits you expect it to bring in managing student behavior and class activities.
  • You are a teacher looking to enhance communication with your students. Develop a plan that utilizes daily check-ins, feedback loops, and clear instructional signals to improve clarity and reduce misunderstandings.
  • You are a teacher trying to handle a diverse classroom with varying learning abilities and behavioral needs. Craft a differentiated management plan that caters to different learning styles and behavioral expectations.
  • You are a teacher who wants to foster a more inclusive classroom environment. Create a strategy that involves all students in activities, promotes respect, and addresses bullying effectively.
  • You are a teacher who needs to improve time management during class. Develop a schedule that maximizes instructional time and includes strategies for quick transitions and effective time monitoring.

Lesson-Planning AI Prompts

Lesson-Planning AI Prompts

Activity Idea AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher creating a science activity about plant life cycles. Design an interactive project where students plant seeds, document their growth through daily journal entries, and present their findings to the class.
  • Develop a reading comprehension treasure hunt for your language arts class. Create clues that lead to different books around the classroom, with each book containing a question about its content that students must answer to move to the next clue.
  • Create a math activity involving shapes and geometry. Have students use common household items to create various shapes and measure their sides and angles with rulers and protractors.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher designing a social studies simulation on government elections. Set up a mock election where students can run for different governmental positions, create campaigns, and vote.
  • Develop an art class activity focused on mixed media. Students will choose two different mediums to combine into a single artwork, exploring how different materials interact and express their creative ideas.
  • Create a science lab activity to explore chemical reactions. Students will mix various safe household chemicals to observe reactions, recording their observations and hypotheses in a lab notebook.

High School

  • You are a high school English teacher creating an activity to analyze Shakespearean language. Students will perform scenes from a Shakespeare play, then work in groups to translate their dialogue into modern English and discuss the themes.
  • Develop a math activity on statistics. Students will collect data from their peers on a topic of choice, analyze the data using statistical methods, and present their findings using graphs and presentations.
  • Create a history debate club activity. Assign students different historical figures or events to research. They will then debate from the perspective of their assigned figures or on specific historical issues, using evidence to support their arguments.

Full Lesson Plan Creation AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher developing a lesson plan on basic fractions. Design activities that include visual aids like pie charts and real-life applications such as dividing snacks or toys among friends. Include an assessment method to measure student understanding at the end.
  • Create a lesson plan for a science topic on the water cycle. Include a storytelling session where the water cycle is explained in a simple narrative, followed by a drawing activity where students illustrate each stage. Conclude with a quiz to assess comprehension.
  • Develop a lesson plan for an art class focused on color theory. Introduce primary and secondary colors through interactive games, followed by a painting activity where students mix their own colors. Assess by having students present their color-mixing results and explain the process.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher preparing a lesson plan on ancient civilizations. Start with a brief lecture on key features of civilizations like Mesopotamia and Egypt, followed by a group activity where students compare and contrast these civilizations on various aspects. End with a written assignment for individual assessment.
  • Create a lesson plan for a math class on algebraic expressions. Begin with a review of basic algebra, introduce new concepts through interactive whiteboard examples, and engage students with a problem-solving group activity. Assess their learning with a quick pop quiz at the end of the session.
  • Develop a lesson plan for a language arts class focusing on persuasive writing. Introduce the concept with examples of persuasive speeches, conduct a workshop where students draft their own persuasive paragraphs, and have a peer-review session for feedback. Assess by having students revise their drafts based on peer suggestions.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher crafting a lesson plan for a biology topic on genetics. Start with a lecture on Mendelian genetics, include a lab activity where students cross different pea plants to observe inheritance patterns, and finish with students writing up their lab findings and conclusions.
  • Create a lesson plan for a world history class on World War II. Begin with an overview lecture, follow up with a documentary viewing and a discussion forum, and conclude with an essay assignment where students analyze the effects of the war on modern international relations.
  • Develop a lesson creating a memorable history lesson that connects past events with current issues. Start with a discussion on historical civil rights movements, compare them with contemporary movements, and engage students in a project to identify ongoing issues and potential solutions. Assess with presentations or reflective essays.

Instructional Examples AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher explaining the concept of multiplication. Create real-world examples of multiplication, such as calculating the total number of legs on several horses or the total number of fingers in the classroom.
  • Develop examples of words with the long “A” sound for a phonics lesson. Include simple words like “cake,” “rain,” and “plane” that young students commonly encounter.
  • Create examples of animals that hibernate for a science lesson. Include familiar animals like bears, bats, and groundhogs, and describe briefly where they hibernate.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school math teacher explaining ratios. Create real-world examples such as using recipes to adjust the number of servings or comparing the number of boys to girls in the class.
  • Develop examples of literary devices for an English class. Include metaphors, similes, and personifications in sentences that relate to students’ daily experiences, like describing the school cafeteria or their morning routine.
  • Create examples of renewable energy sources for a lesson on sustainability. Describe how solar panels, wind turbines, and hydroelectric dams generate energy without depleting resources.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher discussing applications of quadratic equations. Provide real-world examples such as calculating the trajectory of a football or determining the maximum area of a rectangular garden with a fixed perimeter.
  • Develop examples of constitutional amendments for a U.S. government class. Describe the significance of the First, Second, and Nineteenth Amendments, explaining how they impact citizens’ lives today.
  • Create examples of chemical reactions for a chemistry lesson. Include everyday reactions like the rusting of iron, the browning of an apple, and the reaction between vinegar and baking soda.

Accommodations Suggestions AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher with students who have ADHD. Suggest accommodations that could help these students maintain focus during lessons, such as seating arrangements near the teacher, using fidget tools, or having shorter, more frequent breaks.
  • Develop accommodations for students with visual impairments. Include suggestions like providing materials in large print, using tactile learning tools, or incorporating audiobooks and oral instructions into your teaching.
  • Create accommodations for students who are English-language learners (ELLs). Suggest using visual aids, simplified language, and peer support to enhance understanding and engagement in classroom activities.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher with students who have dyslexia. Propose accommodations such as using text-to-speech software, providing reading materials with clear fonts and colors, or allowing extra time for reading and writing assignments.
  • Develop accommodations for students with physical disabilities. Include adjustments like accessible classroom layouts, the use of adaptive technology, or modified desks and equipment to facilitate mobility and comfort.
  • Create accommodations for students with anxiety disorders. Suggest strategies such as providing a quiet space for calming down, allowing for alternative presentation formats, or implementing a clear system for asking for help during stressful situations.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher with students who have auditory processing disorders. Suggest accommodations like using FM systems, providing written summaries of lectures, or ensuring that the classroom environment minimizes background noise.
  • Develop accommodations for students with autism spectrum disorders. Include the use of structured routines, visual schedules, and opportunities for sensory breaks to help these students navigate the school day more effectively.
  • Create accommodations for advanced learners who need more challenging materials. Suggest providing enrichment activities, opportunities for independent projects, or the option to attend advanced classes or seminars.

Differentiation Suggestions AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher teaching a unit on the water cycle. Design a differentiated lesson that includes visual aids for visual learners, hands-on experiments for kinesthetic learners, and storytelling for auditory learners.
  • Develop a math lesson on addition and subtraction that differentiates instruction by using manipulatives for tactile learners, interactive games for those who learn best through play, and puzzles for students who require challenging tasks.
  • Create a differentiated reading lesson that groups students by reading level. Provide advanced books for higher-level readers, use guided reading for on-level students, and incorporate phonics activities for struggling readers.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school science teacher discussing ecosystems. Differentiate the lesson by offering tiered assignments that allow students to choose between creating a poster, writing a report, or producing a short video to demonstrate their understanding of the material.
  • Develop a social studies lesson on ancient civilizations that differentiates by interest. Allow students to choose which civilization they want to research, providing various resources like books, documentaries, and internet articles to cater to different learning preferences.
  • Create a math lesson on geometry that includes differentiated problem sets with varying levels of difficulty, as well as the option to work in groups or individually based on students’ preferences for collaboration.

High School

  • You are a high school English teacher analyzing a novel. Differentiate the lesson by assigning different roles or perspectives to small groups, such as critic, historian, or psychologist, to analyze the text from various angles.
  • Develop a physics lesson on Newton’s laws that differentiates by learning pace. Offer accelerated learning stations for quick learners to explore advanced applications of the laws, while providing step-by-step workshops for students who need more time.
  • Create a differentiated lesson in a foreign language class by using technology. Incorporate language-learning apps for students who can progress at their own pace, conduct live practice conversations for those who benefit from immediate feedback, and offer writing exercises for those who excel in written communication.

Class Discussion AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher discussing community helpers. Ask students: “Who are the community helpers in our neighborhood and how do they help us every day?”
  • Create a discussion around healthy eating by asking: “What are some of your favorite healthy foods and why do you think they are good for you?”
  • Initiate a conversation about seasons by asking: “Which season do you like the most and what activities do you enjoy doing during that season?”

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher covering the topic of renewable energy. Ask your students: “Why is renewable energy important, and how can it change our future?”
  • Discuss the concept of digital citizenship by asking: “What does being a good digital citizen mean, and how can we practice it in our daily lives?”
  • Lead a discussion on literature by asking: “How do the characters in [name of current book] reflect or challenge the roles typical of their time period?”

High School

  • You are a high school teacher discussing global warming. Prompt a discussion with: “What are the implications of global warming for our planet, and what steps can we take to mitigate its effects?”
  • Facilitate a conversation about historical events by asking: “How did World War II reshape the global landscape, and what were the long-term effects on today’s societies?”
  • Discuss ethics in technology by prompting with: “As artificial intelligence advances, what ethical considerations should we keep in mind, and how might these impact its development and use?”

Writing AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher asking your students to write a story about a day they spent with their favorite animal. What adventures do they have together?
  • Create a prompt asking students to write a letter to their future selves. What would they like to tell their future selves about their life right now?
  • Develop a writing activity where students imagine they’ve discovered a new planet. What is it like? Who lives there, and what makes this planet unique?

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher instructing students to write a persuasive essay on the importance of recycling. Encourage them to include reasons why recycling is crucial and suggest ways the school could improve its recycling efforts.
  • Create a prompt for a descriptive narrative about a journey through a mystical forest. What mysterious sights, sounds, and creatures do the students encounter?
  • Develop a prompt asking students to write a diary entry from the perspective of a historical figure they admire. What would a day in their life look like?

High School

  • You are a high school teacher asking students to write an analytical essay on a character from a novel studied in class. What drives their actions, and how do they evolve throughout the story?
  • Create a prompt for a reflective essay on the impact of technology on modern society. How has technology influenced the way students learn, communicate, and entertain themselves?
  • Develop a creative writing prompt where students must build a story around a mysterious, unopened letter found in an old library book. What does the letter contain, and how does it affect those who find it?

Kid-Friendly Explanations/Definitions AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher explaining photosynthesis to first graders. Describe how plants make their food using sunlight, water, and air in simple terms.
  • Develop an explanation for what a habitat is, suitable for second graders. Use examples like a fish in water or a bird in a tree to illustrate where animals live and why those places are special for them.
  • Create a simple definition of gravity that a third grader can understand. Explain it as the reason why things fall down instead of floating up, using the example of dropping a toy.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher explaining the concept of democracy. Describe it as a system where everyone gets a say in making the rules, similar to deciding on a game to play at recess.
  • Develop an explanation of the water cycle for fifth graders. Use a story about a water droplet’s journey from a lake into the sky and back down as rain, emphasizing the stages of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
  • Create a kid-friendly definition of renewable energy. Explain it as energy that comes from sources that won’t run out, like the sun shining or the wind blowing, compared to batteries that need to be replaced.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher explaining algebraic variables to freshmen. Simplify it by comparing variables to placeholders in a video game score table, where different players’ scores can be inserted.
  • Develop an explanation of the scientific method tailored for high school beginners. Describe it as a recipe for scientists to follow when they want to find out if their ideas are right, involving steps like guessing (hypothesis), testing (experiment), and finding out (conclusion).
  • Create a kid-friendly explanation of genetics focused on genes being like a recipe book for building living things. Each recipe (gene) affects different traits like height, eye color, or even the flavor of fruits.

Instructional Materials AI Prompts

Instructional Examples

Books and Supplemental Materials AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher looking for books to help teach about friendship and cooperation. Suggest books like “Charlotte’s Web” by E.B. White and “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister, which both highlight themes of friendship and sharing.
  • Develop a list of fun and educational science experiment kits that can help students understand basic scientific principles like magnetism, electricity, and simple chemical reactions.
  • Create a collection of interactive math games and apps that reinforce concepts such as addition, subtraction, and basic geometry, suitable for third graders.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher searching for books that introduce students to civil rights history. Recommend “Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry” by Mildred D. Taylor and “The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963” by Christopher Paul Curtis.
  • Develop a list of documentaries and videos that supplement lessons on global warming and environmental conservation, such as National Geographic’s “Before the Flood” and the documentary “Chasing Ice.”
  • Create a guide to online platforms and resources where students can practice language arts skills, such as Grammarly for grammar practice and Duolingo for language learning.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher looking for advanced materials on European history. Suggest books like “A History of Europe in the Modern World” by R.R. Palmer and supplementary materials such as the “Crash Course European History” YouTube series.
  • Develop a collection of primary-source databases and archives for a senior-level history class, such as the Library of Congress or National Archives, where students can conduct independent research.
  • Create a list of philosophical texts and critical thinking resources to challenge advanced placement students, including “Sophie’s World” by Jostein Gaarder and “The Art of Thinking Clearly” by Rolf Dobelli.

Worksheet Creation AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher creating a worksheet for a phonics lesson. Design a worksheet that includes matching games where students connect words with the same beginning sounds and a section for them to practice writing these words.
  • Develop a math worksheet for first graders on basic addition and subtraction. Include visual aids like fruits or animals for counting, and provide simple word problems that apply these operations.
  • Create a science worksheet about the weather. Include a section where students can draw different weather types, a matching section to connect tools like thermometers to their functions, and a short-answer section to describe their favorite weather and why it’s their favorite.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher designing a worksheet for a lesson on the American Revolution. Include a timeline activity, fill-in-the-blank sections for key terms, and a few short-answer questions that ask students to explain the significance of major events.
  • Develop a language arts worksheet focused on verb tenses. Include sections for students to convert sentences from past to present tense, match sentences to the correct tense, and rewrite paragraphs using a specified tense.
  • Create a geography worksheet on continents and oceans. Include map labeling, a crossword puzzle using geographical terms, and a short research section where students choose a continent to write about its climate, countries, and one interesting fact.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher creating a worksheet for a biology lesson on cell structure. Include a diagram-labeling activity, true/false questions about cell functions, and a comparison table for students to fill in differences between plant and animal cells.
  • Develop a math worksheet on quadratic equations for algebra students. Include sections for solving equations, graphing parabolas, and word problems that apply quadratic equations to real-world scenarios.
  • Create a literature worksheet based on a novel study. Include character analysis sections, theme discussions, and quote analysis where students must identify who said a quote and its significance to the plot or themes.

Review Instructions for Clarity AI Prompts

General Usage

  • You have written instructions for a new classroom activity. Review them to ensure that they are sequential and straightforward. Look for any terms that might be confusing for students and replace them with simpler language.
  • Examine a set of instructions for a science experiment. Ensure that safety warnings are prominently displayed and that each step is explicitly clear to prevent misuse of materials or incorrect procedures.

Elementary School

  • Review instructions for an arts-and-crafts project aimed at young children. Make sure the steps are short, use bullet points for clarity, and include illustrative pictures for each major step to aid understanding.
  • Look over the guidelines for a group reading session. Check that the instructions include clear expectations for behavior during the session and explicit directions on how students should take turns reading.

Middle School

  • Evaluate instructions for a middle school math assignment. Ensure that mathematical terms are well defined and that examples are provided to demonstrate how students should approach solving the problems.
  • Review instructions for using a new online learning tool. Check for technical jargon that might confuse students, and clarify steps on how to navigate the primary functions of the tool.

High School

  • Critique instructions for a high school chemistry lab. Confirm that the instructions sequentially outline the process, provide precise measurements, and clearly state the method for recording results.
  • Examine a set of instructions for a complex writing assignment. Make sure the prompt is clear, criteria for grading are specified, and expectations for research and formatting are well articulated.

Professional Development

  • Review a set of procedural instructions for using a new software at work. Ensure that each step is actionable, check that there are troubleshooting tips, and verify that contact information for tech support is included if users need further help.
  • Evaluate instructions for emergency procedures at a workplace. Make sure that the instructions are easy to follow in a stressful situation, use direct language, and include diagrams or maps if necessary.

Vocabulary List Creation AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher preparing a vocabulary list for a unit on weather. Include terms like precipitation, condensation, and evaporation, and provide simple definitions and a related image for each.
  • Develop a vocabulary list for a social studies unit on community roles. Include words such as firefighter, police officer, mayor, and teacher. Provide a brief definition and an example sentence for each to show how the word is used in context.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school science teacher creating a vocabulary list for a unit on ecosystems. Include terms such as biodiversity, ecosystem, habitat, and producer. Define each and use them in sentences that explain their roles in ecological contexts.
  • Create a vocabulary list for a middle school literature class reading a novel. Identify key terms and phrases that are central to understanding the plot, themes, and character development. Provide definitions and quotations where each word appears in the text.

High School

  • You are a high school history teacher compiling a vocabulary list for a unit on World War II. Include terms like Allies, Axis, blitzkrieg, and armistice. Offer precise definitions and historical examples or events where these terms were significant.
  • Develop a vocabulary list for an advanced biology class studying human anatomy. Include terms such as mitochondria, synapse, and hemoglobin. Provide definitions, functions, and an illustrative diagram for each term.

General Academic Use

  • Create a vocabulary list for a creative writing workshop. Include literary terms such as metaphor, simile, onomatopoeia, and alliteration. Define each and provide creative examples that demonstrate how these devices enhance writing.
  • You are preparing a vocabulary list for a high school math class on algebra. Include terms such as coefficient, quadratic, and binomial. Define each term and provide a sample problem where the term is used.

Rhymes, Poems, and Songs Creation AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher creating a rhyme about the days of the week. Develop a catchy rhyme to help students remember the order of the days from Monday to Sunday.
  • Create a simple poem about the seasons. The poem should describe the weather, activities, and how nature changes in each season, using vivid imagery and easy-to-understand language.

Middle School

  • Develop a song about the water cycle for a middle school science class. Include verses about evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection, using a tune that’s easy to memorize and sing.
  • Write a poem on ancient civilizations, focusing on one such as Egypt or Greece. Incorporate aspects like daily life, inventions, and landmarks, presenting the information in a narrative and engaging style.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher asking students to write a song about the American Revolution. Guide them to include key events, figures, and the outcomes, encouraging them to express the emotional and historical significance through their lyrics.
  • Create a poem about human rights, discussing concepts such as freedom, equality, and justice. The poem should inspire reflection and provoke thoughtful discussion among high school students.

General Educational Themes

  • Develop a rhyme or chant to help students memorize the periodic table’s first 20 elements. Make the rhyme engaging and rhythmical, possibly adding a beat that students can clap along to as they recite.
  • Write a song about the importance of recycling and taking care of the environment. The lyrics should motivate students to act responsibly toward the planet and explain how recycling helps reduce waste.

Cross-Curricular Connections

  • Create a poetic story that combines math and language arts, perhaps through a narrative that involves solving a series of problems or puzzles using basic algebra.
  • Develop a poem that explores the intersection of science and art, perhaps describing the colors and patterns seen in biology or chemistry, and how these can inspire artistic creation.

Student Editing Practice AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • Develop a short story about a picnic that contains simple grammatical mistakes (such as verb tense errors, misuse of plurals), punctuation errors (e.g., missing commas), and incorrect capitalization.
  • Write an essay about a favorite holiday, intentionally including spelling mistakes, run-on sentences, and some incorrect facts for students to identify and correct.

Middle School

  • Create a persuasive essay arguing for less homework but include logical fallacies, redundant sentences, and some biased statements for students to revise and improve the argument’s clarity and fairness.
  • Craft an essay about the water cycle that includes complex sentence structure errors, misuse of scientific terms, and several factual inaccuracies for students to correct and clarify.

High School

  • Develop an analytical essay on a piece of literature with issues in thesis statement clarity, argument coherence, and paragraph transitions, as well as a few MLA formatting mistakes.
  • Write a historical essay on an event like the American Revolution with intentional chronological errors, some inaccuracies in data and events, and improper citations to challenge students’ fact-checking skills and understanding of the topic.

General Educational Use

  • Create a narrative essay with a mix of tenses, shifts in point of view, and dialogue punctuation errors. Include some descriptive segments that lack sensory details or use clichés that students can improve to enhance vividness and engagement.
  • Develop a compare-and-contrast essay on two ecosystems that includes comparison structure errors, vague language, and unbalanced information about each ecosystem for students to revise and balance.
  • Develop an informational essay on healthy eating, with errors like mixed-up homophones, sentence fragments, and factual inconsistencies. Include overly long paragraphs that lack clear topic sentences or conclusions.
  • Write a reflective essay on the value of teamwork in school projects, with stylistic inconsistencies, subject-verb agreement errors, and improperly integrated quotes. Add some colloquial expressions that need to be revised into academic language.

Assessment and Review AI Prompts

Assessment and Review

AI Prompts for Rubrics and Test/Quiz Questions

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher creating a rubric for a storytelling project. Design a rubric that evaluates clarity of speech, creativity of the story, and engagement with the audience.
  • You are an elementary school teacher writing a math test for grade 3. Develop a question that assesses understanding of basic multiplication through a real-world problem involving setting a table for a party.
  • You are an elementary school teacher preparing a quiz for a reading unit. Craft a question that asks students to identify the main theme of a story and provide examples from the text to support their answer.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher developing a rubric for a science fair project. Construct a rubric that assesses research quality, scientific method accuracy, presentation skills, and creativity.
  • You are a middle school teacher creating a social studies test on ancient civilizations. Formulate a question that requires students to compare and contrast two ancient societies using specific cultural and political examples.
  • You are a middle school teacher setting up a language arts quiz. Develop a question that assesses the students’ ability to use metaphors and similes by analyzing a poem included in the quiz.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher making a rubric for a history essay. Create a rubric that measures argument strength, evidence use, historical accuracy, and clarity of writing.
  • You are a high school teacher designing a chemistry test. Write a question that tests students’ ability to balance chemical equations and explain the law of conservation of mass in the process.
  • You are a high school teacher creating a quiz on American government. Write a question that evaluates students’ understanding of the checks-and-balances system by providing a current event scenario for them to analyze.

Review Questions AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher preparing a review session for a unit on animals and their habitats. Create questions that ask students to match animals with their correct habitats and explain why those habitats are suitable.
  • You are an elementary school teacher reviewing a unit on basic arithmetic. Develop questions that involve solving simple addition and subtraction problems, and ask students to explain their methods.
  • You are an elementary teacher concluding a unit on the seasons. Formulate questions that ask students to describe characteristics of each season and identify activities best suited for each.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher summarizing a unit on the American Revolution. Prepare questions that require students to outline the causes of the revolution, key figures involved, and major battles.
  • You are a middle school science teacher reviewing a unit on the water cycle. Write questions that ask students to describe the process of the water cycle and the role of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
  • You are a middle school math teacher reviewing algebra concepts. Set up questions that ask students to solve equations and explain the significance of variables and constants in algebra.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher reviewing a literature unit on Shakespeare’s plays. Ask students to analyze the themes of “Macbeth” and discuss how these themes are expressed through the characters and plot.
  • You are a high school history teacher reviewing World War II. Create questions that discuss the political, social, and economic impacts of the war on different regions of the world.
  • You are a high school biology teacher summarizing a unit on human anatomy. Develop questions that ask students to label diagrams of the human body systems and explain the functions of major organs.

Study Guide AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher creating a study guide for a unit on the solar system. Include key facts about each planet, important vocabulary, and a few simple questions for self-assessment.
  • You are preparing a study guide for a mathematics unit on basic geometry. Provide definitions and examples of different shapes, along with practice problems that include finding perimeters and areas.
  • You are developing a study guide for a social studies unit on community helpers. Outline the roles and importance of different community helpers, and include pictures and descriptions for visual learning.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher creating a study guide for a history unit on ancient civilizations. Include timelines, key historical figures, significant inventions, and essay questions to encourage critical thinking.
  • You are preparing a study guide for a science unit on ecosystems. Provide descriptions of different types of ecosystems, factors affecting biodiversity, and diagrams of food chains and food webs.
  • You are making a study guide for a language arts unit on narrative writing. Include elements of a narrative, examples of strong openings and conclusions, and prompts for practice writing.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher creating a study guide for an advanced placement biology course. Include detailed explanations of cell structure, genetics, and evolution, along with practice exam questions.
  • You are preparing a study guide for a calculus class. Provide formulas, theorem explanations, graph examples, and sets of problems with incremental difficulty to prepare for complex calculations.
  • You are developing a study guide for a literature class focused on American authors. Summarize each author’s style, notable works, and thematic elements, and provide critical thinking questions for each literary piece.

Essay AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher asking your students to write about their favorite holiday. Prompt them to describe why it is their favorite and what traditions their family has during this time.
  • Create an essay prompt for your students to write a story about a magical creature they discover in their backyard. Ask them to describe the creature, how they met, and the adventure they had.
  • Develop an essay prompt that encourages students to write about their hero. They should explain who their hero is, what they do, and why they are considered a hero in the student’s eyes.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher instructing your students to write a persuasive essay on the importance of environmental conservation. Prompt them to use specific arguments and examples to support their stance.
  • Create an essay prompt for a reflective essay where students discuss a significant personal challenge they have overcome. Ask them to include how the experience changed them and what lessons they learned.
  • Develop an essay prompt asking students to compare and contrast two characters from a novel they have read this semester, focusing on their motivations and development throughout the story.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher asking your students to write an analytical essay on the theme of power and corruption as seen in Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” Encourage them to discuss how the theme is developed through the plot and characters.
  • Create an essay prompt for a critical analysis of the impact of social media on modern communication. Students should evaluate both the positive and negative effects, providing real-world examples and data.
  • Develop an essay prompt that asks students to argue for or against the adoption of renewable energy sources. They should include potential benefits, challenges, and the environmental impacts of transitioning from fossil fuels.

Standards Alignment AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher aligning your mathematics curriculum with Common Core standards. Create a unit plan that includes activities and assessments for teaching basic fractions, ensuring each component meets specific standard requirements.
  • Develop a series of reading comprehension exercises that align with state literacy standards. Include activities that help students identify the main idea, recall details, and make predictions based on the text.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school science teacher aligning your curriculum with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Design a project-based learning activity on ecosystems that fulfills specific performance expectations outlined in the standards.
  • Create a social studies lesson plan that aligns with National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies. The lesson should focus on the causes and effects of the American Revolution, incorporating critical thinking and analysis skills as required by the standards.

High School

  • You are a high school English teacher tasked with aligning your curriculum with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. Develop an essay-writing assignment that meets the standards for text analysis and evidence-based arguments.
  • Design a calculus curriculum module that aligns with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Include lessons, practice problems, and a unit assessment that covers differential calculus concepts, ensuring that each element meets the depth and rigor of the standards.

General Educational Programs

  • You are developing a new arts education program and need to align it with the National Core Arts Standards. Outline a semester-long curriculum for visual arts that includes objectives, teaching strategies, and assessment methods aligned with these standards.
  • Create a physical education program that aligns with the SHAPE America National Standards. Develop a series of activities and assessments that promote physical literacy and meet the grade-level outcomes specified in the standards.

Data Analytics AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher introducing your students to data analysis. Create a simple exercise where students must count and categorize different-colored balls in a box and then present their findings in a bar graph.
  • Develop a classroom activity where students collect weather data for a week. Ask them to record temperatures and weather conditions and then analyze the patterns to predict the weather for the next day.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school science teacher. Design a lab activity where students measure the growth of plants under different light conditions. Students will record their measurements, plot the data, and analyze the effect of light on plant growth.
  • Create a math lesson focused on analyzing survey data. Students will conduct a survey on favorite school subjects within the school and then use statistical methods to interpret the survey data, discussing trends and outliers.

High School

  • You are a high school social studies teacher. Assign students to analyze census data related to demographic changes over the last decade. They should prepare a report discussing the trends and potential implications for society.
  • Develop an exercise for an economics class where students analyze stock market trends from the past year. They should identify patterns, calculate average gains or losses, and predict future trends based on their analysis.

Flash Card AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher creating flash cards for a spelling bee. Develop flash cards that feature a word on one side and its phonetic pronunciation and a sentence using the word on the other side.
  • Create math flash cards for addition and subtraction facts. Each card should display a problem on one side and the answer on the other, designed to help students quickly recall basic arithmetic.
  • Develop flash cards for a unit on animals and their habitats. Each flash card should show a picture of an animal on one side and its name, habitat, and one interesting fact on the other side.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school science teacher creating flash cards for a unit on the periodic table. Each card should feature an element’s symbol on one side and its atomic number, atomic mass, and uses on the other side.
  • Create history flash cards focused on significant historical events. Each flash card should have the event name and date on one side, with key details and impact of the event on the other side.
  • Develop language arts flash cards for vocabulary building. Each card should have a vocabulary word on one side and its definition, part of speech, and an example sentence on the other side.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher creating flash cards for an advanced biology course. Each flash card should feature a biological term or concept on one side and a detailed explanation or diagram on the other side.
  • Create flash cards for an algebra course that feature different algebraic equations on one side and solutions with step-by-step solving processes on the other side.
  • Develop flash cards for a world literature class. Each card should feature the name of a literary work on one side and brief notes about its author, context, themes, and critical analysis points on the other side.

Exit Ticket AI Prompts

Elementary School

  • You are an elementary school teacher concluding a lesson on addition and subtraction. Create an exit ticket that asks students to solve two problems, one addition and one subtraction, and explain their methods in one or two sentences.
  • Develop an exit ticket for a lesson on the life cycle of butterflies. Ask students to list the four main stages of the butterfly life cycle in order.
  • Create an exit ticket for a geography lesson on continents and oceans. Include a mini-map on the ticket and ask students to label at least three continents and two oceans.

Middle School

  • You are a middle school teacher wrapping up a lesson on the causes of the American Revolution. Design an exit ticket that asks students to write one sentence summarizing why the American Revolution started.
  • Develop an exit ticket for a math class on algebraic equations. Ask students to solve a simple equation and identify the value of the variable.
  • Create an exit ticket for a science lesson on energy types. Ask students to list three different types of energy and give one example of each.

High School

  • You are a high school teacher finishing a lesson on Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” Prepare an exit ticket that asks students to describe Macbeth’s character in one sentence based on what they learned.
  • Develop an exit ticket for a chemistry lesson on the periodic table. Ask students to write the symbol for one alkali metal and one halogen.
  • Create an exit element for a lesson on World War II. Ask students to write a brief answer to: “What was one major effect of World War II on Europe?”

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