Honeycombs are a great way to reach the variety of learning styles in the classroom. Adapted from McTighe and Wiggin's book Understanding By Design it provides a question that touches six different question types: Explanation, Interpretation, Application, Perspective, Empathy, and Self Knowledge. Students will generally relate well with 3 of the 6 questions. In my class, I have them answer at least 4 so that they have to stretch themselves on at least one.
These questions provide amazing practice in explaining and justifying mathematical practices. Honeycombs are suitable as formative assessments, math centers, homework, and classwork.