To create a checkbox in HTML, you can use the `<input>` element with the `type` attribute set to `"checkbox"`. Here's an example of how to create a checkbox:

<input type="checkbox" id="myCheckbox">
<label for="myCheckbox">Checkbox Label</label>

In the example above, we use the `<input>` element with the `type` attribute set to `"checkbox"`. The `id` attribute is used to uniquely identify the checkbox, and the `label` element is associated with the checkbox using the `for` attribute, which matches the `id` of the checkbox. The text within the `<label>` element serves as the label for the checkbox. When the checkbox is checked, its value is submitted with the form data. If you want to set an initial value for the checkbox or make it checked by default, you can add the `checked` attribute to the `<input>` element, like this:

<input type="checkbox" id="myCheckbox" checked="">
<label for="myCheckbox">Checkbox Label</label>

You can also customize the appearance of checkboxes using CSS to match your desired style.