How could video creation with students assist with differentiated instruction?• In classroom where students actually get to create their own videos they get to exercise their kinesthetic abilities, giving them control and actually use hands on activities to help them learn. Creating videos takes a lot of teamwork and roles can be distributed to suit every students’ learning styles and abilities. Those who are aural learners can work with developing the sound for the video and can listen to different types of music and figure out what works best. And visual learners can look at different props and can figure out what will look best. Giving students different roles and allowing them to be involved is beneficial for those who have short attention spans. It is also encouraging students to work together so they are learning from each other and feeding off each other’s ideas ensuring that everyone has their own strengths. Students, who are gifted, can work on editing the video and reviewing the work, so they do not get bored. Therefore, creating videos can reach out to different learning styles and help students learn.