The site lemmetweetthatforyou allows anybody with internet access to create fake tweets – no twitter account needed. If the user name you put in there is an actual twitter account, but if you use kids’ names or a username including your name (for example @kranzush_studentname) it will just have a blank picture and keep their name and their identity private. It still adheres to the 140 character count that Twitter uses, so it would be a great exit ticket where kids tweet their answer or understanding. Keep in mind that they’ll have to have somewhere to post to – it’s easy enough to set up a Google doc or a padlet for kids to post to. Just send them the link or write it on the board for them to type in their browser.