This is a set of signs, labels, and a border size banner to set up groups called "Hamburger Stations" for intervention or differentiation during class instruction. The border sized banner can be used to set up a "Brain Food Menu" space for the teacher to write differentiated tasks or the names assigned to each group for flexible intervention (I painted my bulletin board with black chalkboard paint!). Each group is an ingredient from a hamburger (2-5 groups can be formed). This is a cute way to make everyone feel equally valuable without students focusing on which group is high or low. Using a menu of work that students should work on in each group helps to create independence. The fun "ingredient" group names helps me to easily tell students who to work with (and not work with) when mixing ability groups. Suggestions for how I use stations to set up differentiated groups are included.
Group name options: Bun, Meat, Lettuce, Tomato, Cheese
Border width banner (I use this as the top border on my bulletin board): "A Brain Food Menu"
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Thanks for looking!
Jen Williams (Teacheropolis)
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