Show What I Know Menu

I have seen some menus out there, but I really needed a menu with a technological twist. I created this menu and changed it up a bit to try to fit others. The one I created for myself has actual quotes and information from the text Out of the Dust that we are reading (such a great book, so far)! After reading a bit, I will give the students a few days to work on the tasks. We will use menus occasionally, so they can show what they know or do not know. This way, I can adjust instruction to meet their needs. What I love about these menus is that students can be as creative as they wish (use an app, online program, the typical paper/pencil way, etc.). I just hope that children will enjoy "showing what they know" in creative ways!

Here is a little peek. Please go to the 5th grade link above to purchase. Thanks! If you need a different one, let me know.

*This menu has 6 activities for students to complete:
Figurative Language, Vocabulary, Inferencing,
Textual Evidence, Text Structure, and Sentence Structure -
all with a technology twist or complete typical way*

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  1. I love your blog. It is so cute! Menu's are awesome, I am doing with nonfiction tomorrow. Yours looks great!

    Sixth Grade Tales

  2. It seems I'm on the right track, I hope I can do well. The result was something I did and was doing to implement it.