Choice Boards have been around for a while but with our global transition to online learning, these traditional paper-based tools are making a digital comeback. Kasey Bell from ShakeUpLearning offers a ton of information, tutorials, and even free templates on her recent blog post. You can even listen to a podcast of a teacher utilizing Choice Boards in her current virtual classroom. 

Choice Boards are excellent tools to use with any age group or subject area. They are easy to create and can be used digitally or on paper. The best thing about using Choice Boards is that it offers students CHOICE in their assignments or activities. In the example image provided above, students begin with number five and choose two more squares completing a row horizontally, vertically, or diagonally (think tic-tac-toe). 

You can access examples of Choice Boards by clicking here and can access a free template for the tic-tac-toe Choice Board shown above by clicking here courtesy of Kasey Bell. 

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