As I have shared before, my school is working on a goal of differentiated instruction. One of the areas I differentiate more in this year was to give my students more personal choice. They have a lot of personal choice in reading and writing, but not so much in other areas. I wanted to grow in this area. I also wanted to find constructive activities that my students could work on when they finished their daily work in math class. After searching around on TPT I discovered some wonderful math tic-tac-toe boards. After using some that were premade I decided to try my hand at making them. Here is an example of a board that I made for my decimal unit. Most of the activities are free from TPT or from other freebies I found on various blogs. You can download it here.
Have you ever used tic-tac-toe boards in your classroom? What are some ways you differentiate? Don't forget to link up with Fourth Grade Flipper and share something new you have tried!