Digital Differentiated MATH Menus have been one of my favorite tools to implement this year. Differentiation is without a doubt a major factor in student success, and that is exactly why I love this resource. The link to the resource will allow you to make a copy of the templates for you to create your own differentiated MATH Menus/Rotations.
Once you open the link you will see that I have given you 16 different templates to choose from to fit the needs of your class.
How to use:
In each of the boxes, you are able to type the menu option(s) for students - this could be a simple station activity, an ongoing project, a link to instructions for a task, a link to a different website, the best part is you get to choose what works best for your students!
I usually have “must do” items on the menu, that EVERYONE must do before they choose their other menu items. These items I usually change the color of the font, or shade the box a different color, so they are aware that those are the “must do” items.
I assign the completed menu through Google Classroom. Many times, links in the menu will be links to assignments that are already in Google Classroom, but the Menu allows everything for the week(s) to be house in one place. This is much easier on students.
Once you have the hang of using the MATH menu, try assigning different menus to different students through Google Classroom. This is my FAVORITE element of this resource. You don’t need to create a different menu for each student, try 2-3 at first, and assign them to students based on their needs.