The focus of this station in the Math Workshop is higher-order thinking and concrete application of math skills. This will be developed differently in each grade level.

# Differentiated Instruction

## Math Workshop Series: Math with Someone

After kids understand how to do Math with a Teacher and Math by Myself, Math with Someone is the next thing we introduce as we set up the Math Workshop.

## Math Workshop Series: Math by Myself

After spending time with you in Math with a Teacher, students need time to practice what they’ve learned while the lesson is fresh, and so The Math by Myself station is a logical next step. Read More >>

## Math Workshop Series: Math with a Teacher

Our first stop in the Math Workshop rotation is Math with a Teacher! Read More >>

## Happy Numbers: Online Companion to Eureka Math for K-2

If you’re using Eureka Math/Engage New York and you teach Kindergarten (or 1st or 2nd Grade), this post is for you! Read More >>

## The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

Teachers of mathematics for centuries have helped students understand mathematics using “manipulatives”– visual objects that help illustrate mathematical relationships and applications.

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## Calling all Eureka Math/Engage New York Users!

## Multiplication Tetris!

Math facts practice should involve more than just speed and memorization. This low-prep, kid-approved game does help students practice their math facts, but it will also help them develop an understanding of how multiplication works too!

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## ESGI: Assessment Made Easy!

## Deck o’ Dots: Resources

Differentiation should be invisible in the classroom. Read More >>