Cubing allows students to look at an issue or topic from a variety of angles and to develop a multidimensional perspective rather than a single one. Cubes offer a chance to differentiate learning by readiness (familiarity with content or level of skill), student interest, and/or learning profile (multiple intelligences). Cubes may vary in color and tasks depending on the abilities and interest of the small group. They add an element of novelty and engagement to the learning by providing uniqueness to the lesson. Cubing is an excellent strategy for tactile/kinesthetic learners as they reinforce understanding and extend or demonstrate learning (Gregory & Chapman, 2002). This product has an example of cubing using a Rainforest Unit, but you can easily adapt it to your needs. There is a blank cube template as well.