Math Differentiation Strategies and Activities for Elementary Grades


Close learning gaps this Fall with differentiated math instruction

This resource provides 5 strategies and 2 editable tools and activities for how to plan differentiated math instruction and implement it for your entire class. With a focus on meeting students "where they are" and designing math instruction to close pandemic-related learning gaps and meet individual student needs, this practical and ready-to-use packet of strategies and tools will help you quickly and easily support students at all levels across the elementary grades.

Included in this resource are:

  • 5 strategies with tips on how to put them into practice
  • An editable planning template for math station rotation activities
  • An editable math facts goal-setting and tracking sheet for students

Some of the strategies featured include:

Number talks

Devoting just ten minutes a day to number talks can have outstanding results. Present your class with a math problem they can solve mentally.

Set goals for mastering math facts

Students can set goals relating to specific math fact fluency based on their strengths and areas of growth.
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