Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!

Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
Early Finisher Challenge Extension Cube Menu - 17 Menus!
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Product Description
I present to you the Magical Gifted and Talented Cube for differentiation: It’s magical! It’s a cube! It has an acronym in the title! It’s described using exclamation marks! It has to be amazing!

The Magical GATE Cube works in many ways. It goes a long, long way in a variety of situations. YOU GET 17 DIFFERENT High Interest CUBES plus a blank cube to create your own.

Sure, you’ve seen differentiation cubes before, but are any of them magical and made for gifted learners?

Classroom Teachers: If you find yourself scrambling to help meet the needs of those rascally gifted learners in your classroom--or even if you are a master at classic differentiation--the Magical GATE Cube will serve you well.

Gifted Resource Teachers: If you guide GATE kids in personalized learning or if you teach pull-outs and talent pools, the Magical GATE Cube will serve you well.
“Well, sure,” you say, “it’s obviously magic because I see all of the words like amazing, and I see the exclamation marks, but how do I use it? I’m no wizard.”
Ahhh, but you will be!

Let’s explain with an example cube on the topic of skyscrapers.
Read on . . .

You get instructions and background on the using the cube along with cubes for the following areas:
• Skyscrapers
• Poetry
• Math Review
• Social-Emotional
• Fiction Characters
• Fiction Plot
• Fiction Setting
• Non-Fiction
• Trains and Railways
• Dogs
• Dragons
• Flight
• Horses
• Kindergarten
• 1st Grade
• State History
• US Geography
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35 pages
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