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Quiet Critters! Put these on student's desk and take off as they get loud. Whoever has one left on their desk at the end of the day gets a prize or reward

Idea-Quiet Critters - when you decide it's important for students to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use.

Quiet Critters want to sit on your desk, see what you're doing, and get smarter. (Could remove them from the chatty students; those who still have their "critter" at the end of the "quiet" time could turn it in for a small reward.)

Class Pet: Quiet Critters want to sit on your desk, see what you're doing, and get smarter. (Could remove them from the chatty students; those who still have their "critter" at the end of the "quiet" time could turn it in for a small reward.

The Lemonade Stand: "Is your class always this loud?" Quiet Critters - when you decide it's important for students to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use. cute!

I really like the quiet critters! I think I'll make them a bit bigger and students can have them on their desk when they are being quiet. If they become too loud, their quiet critter runs away.

Use this website to quiet down your class!!! The balls bounce when there is noise in the room. The challenge is to get the balls to settle down or stop moving completely.  Here’s the {new} link…http://neave.com/bouncy-balls/

Noise monitoring with technology! Use this website to quiet down your class! The balls bounce when there is quite a bit of noise in the room. The challenge is to get the balls to settle down or stop moving completely.

Visual aide to display when kids are in group work...green=great volume control. yellow= volume is getting too loud, red= volume is WAY too loud - have 1 min to correct or consequences get handed out

Visual aide to display when kids are in group work: green=great volume control, yellow= volume is getting too loud, red= volume is WAY too loud . they have 1 min to correct or consequences get handed out.

15 creative & respectful ways to quiet a class - amazing ideas on how to get your students' attention without yelling.

15 creative & respectful ways to quiet a class

TEACH THEM SIGN LANGUAGE 15 creative & respectful ways to quiet a class - amazing ideas on how to get your students' attention without yelling.

Cute little chants for classroom management! These are adorable and I can't wait to use them when I get my own class!:)

Line up chants and great transition songs for when you're leaving the classroom! Think my middle school students could do these as a friendly reminder to be quiet!

When all else fails, spray Quiet Spray into the air! | 27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

When all else fails, spray Quiet Spray into the air! 27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

Great video lesson on teaching children the difference between tattling and reporting. Free resource! Graphics from www.mycutegraphics.com

Wonderful video lesson to teach children the difference between tattling and reporting. You are not the only one that has a hard time explaining the difference! Even big kids don't know the difference. Could be great for anti-bullying

Classroom rewards are always good!! Children need positive reinforcement and this is a good way to reward good behavior. It doesn't seem very hard to make because most of the items you could find at the dollar store or anywhere.

Classroom rewards (no link)- glow sticks, crazy straws, pencils-- non candy rewards are always good!

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