This is a differentiated choice board for your novel study of Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt that can be used any time from about midway in the novel to the end. Choice boards are a differentiated, creative learning tool that gives students choice about showing their learning. They can be used as extension menus, early finisher work, as an assessment, as mini-projects, independent work, or to keep students engaged while you pull remediation groups or content area reading groups. Choices include different drawing, writing, and creating tasks of varying depth and abilities. Simply decide how many activities you would like your students to complete, depending on the time you have. Choice boards address student readiness, interest, or learning preferences.
Intended to assess students with a variety of learning styles. Allows students to show proficiency in non-traditional format.
The product contains two choice board options: One with instructions and one without depending on if you prefer the wording I've typed or not. It also has a rubric and a survey of the choice board that your students can complete when finished.