Choice Boards are perfect for station and center time. These EDITABLE choice boards build student engagement, differentiated instruction and have minimal teacher prep. This differentiates the process of activities and therefor the "process" page 5
Task Though it can be hard to motivate students to do their work, giving them choices makes students feel as though they have a bit more control. Having multiple options may help motivate students since the task they are doing is by their own choice.
Students are more engaged and motivated when given choice. This post breaks down how you can use choice boards to offer choice and increase student mastery. Perfect for grades 3 - 5 (math and reading)!
Free Choice Centers: Great idea to put dot stickers next to center choice (shows how many students can go to that center). Students place their clothespin on a dot. If all the dots are taken, they must choose a new center.
My students love to use this Vocabulary Word Choice Board in order to practice and learn their vocabulary words. This is a great resource because it can be used in all subject areas that have vocabulary terms (ie: Social Studies, Science, Mathematics, and English Language Arts.I knew that there had to be a way to motivate my students by spicing up how they practice their vocabulary words.