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Progress Learning’s Free Downloadable K-1 Anchor Charts



Hey there! Are you tired of using the same old station activities in your classroom? Look no further than Progress Learning’s free downloadable choice boards! With a variety of activities to choose from, your students will never have a dull moment during station time. These choice boards make it easy for you to differentiate instruction and let your students take ownership of their learning by allowing them to select activities that best fit their learning style. Plus, they’re free! Download these resources below and shake up your station routine with these engaging choice boards.

K-1 Anchor Charts

Use these visual supports to show your students where to go in Progress Learning when working on their practice independently in stations or in small groups.


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