Choice boards are a great and easy way to differentiate. They allow you to let students create authentic work while attending to their own learning style. They also give students a sense of freedom in learning which further adds to student engagement.
I have created 2 choice boards for your classroom use. One board is the typical, 9 choice board to attend to most learning styles. I also created a 4 choice board because some students become overwhelmed, have problems focusing on so many choices, or cannot be successful with the challenges of the 9 choice board. On both boards, the teacher has the freedom to assign any number of choices.
Use this choice board after a whole group lesson, partner work, centers, homework, or assessments.