Yes, I believe that differentiation is critical in a preschool classroom to ensure that all children are able to learn and grow at their own pace. One way I differentiate instruction is by offering multiple learning activities that address the same skill but at different levels of difficulty. For example, if we were working on letter recognition, I might have a matching game for children who are just starting to learn their letters, a letter tracing activity for children who are more comfortable with the alphabet, and a letter writing activity for children who are already proficient with letter recognition. Additionally, I would regularly monitor children's progress and adjust my teaching accordingly to provide additional support or challenge as needed. Furthermore, I would encourage children to work collaboratively and support one another, which promotes peer learning. By differentiating instruction, I am able to meet the diverse needs of children in my classroom and ensure that everyone is challenged and engaged.