I teach my math workshop in 4 different rotations, using the acronym MATH. M=math drills, where students work on various levels of math drills independently. A=At Your Seat Work, which is a spiral review sheet they can complete within their group. T= Teacher Time, which is where they receive more in-depth, differentiated instruction from me. Lastly, H=Hands-On. For me, this includes technology some days, or physically "doing" our math, whatever the topic may be. If your school schedule allows, you can also add a fifth station to the rotation, which is "C" for Computers. All the signs are included - I have them laminated and then posted on my chalkboard, with washi-tape as their border. I also have a dry erase section under each rotation title, so students know exactly what supplies they need for each station. Supplies and any papers are kept in a team bucket under the MATH board.
(Reading is also taught in a rotation style - check out my Reading Boards as well!) If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email me!