"Give Me Five" is a popular way to get the attention of your class. The teacher says, "Give Me Five," and the students go through five steps: Eyes are watching, Ears are listening, Lips are zipped, Hands are still and Feet are quiet. In five seconds, the class is quiet! Included are: a full sized poster for each of the five steps, 2 different "Give Me Five" posters, and a student worksheet to reinforce the technique. (Also posted in a separate is a English language version.)
I asked my Spanish speaking students about the Manos siguen siendo...they said it doesn't make sense. It would be better to say: Manos estan tranquilas, or Manos estan quietas...something like that. Also, the Pies son tranquilas...it should be Pies estan tranquilOS. The agreement is wrong, and the verb is in the ser, it should be estar. But I don't want to make you think I wasn't grateful for this useful tool. I have been using it since I downloaded it, thank you for making this. It seriously would have taken me forever to make it, and you did a great job. Thanks!