Barrels of physical and virtual ink have been spilled extolling the virtues of Tic-Tac-Toe menus for differentiation. If you're not familiar with them, they're pretty straightforward: give your students 9 choices, and they choose three of them to complete to make a Tic-Tac-Toe.
A lot of Tic-Tac-Toe menus focus on having activities for different learning styles, organized in such a way that students experience multiple modalities when they make their choices. And, of course, the fact that it is the students who are choosing significantly amps up the motivation factor.
I love these menus. My only problem with them is that they can be a bit of a pain to format and get looking presentable. So to solve that problem, I created a Google Form that I've coupled with Autocrat to create lovely looking, pre-formatted Tic-Tac-Toe menus. All you have to do in the Form is enter your email, the topic of your menu, and what you want in each square. Once you're done, hit "Submit" and an editable Google Doc will be emailed to you in a couple minutes. You can see an example of what your finished menu will look like below.
Alexis Cullerton - Tic Tac Toe Menu Boards
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