If you have a chatty class, this is the perfect classroom management tool for you. First, print out one card per student. These Blurt Cards are designed to last a full week. To begin using this product, give students their card on Monday morning. Explain that every time they “blurt” out in class, yo
Help your students learn to control their blurting and get your attention appropriately!
Included in this pack is one page of color blurt cards, and one page of B&W blurt cards for easy printing.
For a student that struggles to raise their hand before they shout out, try Blurt Cards! That par
blurt cards are something a class or student can get when they call out. if they receive x number of cards then a negative action is taken. for example, in our classroom, if a student gets 3 blurt cards they have 5 minutes of silent snack [out of 15 min].
Blurt Cards are a great way to manage and stop the unwanted interruptions throughout the day. They can be used for one student, multiple students, or a whole class.
Print the page as many times as needed and laminate the cards to minimize the number of interruptions during your day!:)
Individual Behavior Plans
Do you have a child that repeatedly continues an actions after you have tried a million and one times to stop it? I needed more than just a, "please stop blurting out", comment to nip it in the bud. This blog post will give you a quick idea for reinforcing
This 23 Behavior Interventions for The Kid Who Blurts, Blurts, and Blurts Some More is a resource made for the kid who's mouth is a volcano!
(Perfect for PBIS schools!)
As a teacher, if you are looking to reduce the number of classroom disruptions so that you can maximize your s
This sweet freebie is a great way to keep the peace during your whole group & small group lessons. The basic premise: each time a student interrupts you or blurts out, hand them a card (without saying anything to them) and keep right on talking. There are a number of ways to incorporate this
This packet provides 33 visual cue cards that can be used as an intervention tool for students struggling with behavior or as an accommodation for special education students. The cue cards can replace an oral directive with a visual picture, or they can be used to support an oral directive. These
Stop That Blurting and Interrupting is a Behavior Classroom Management resource which was created to support students who have difficulty with calling out. I would say that in the beginning of the year, that is pretty much everyone!
This packet can be used with <
This chart is designed to give your students a visual warning to stop blurting and to raise their hand to speak. Each time a student blurts out remove a face card (each child starts with 3 cards- happy face, medium face, sad face.) Once a child has lost all three cards they receive the consequence o
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Research tells us that in order to learn, students must be consistently exposed to concepts over time. The targeted information needs to surround the student and become a regular part of their ro
This behavior chart for elementary students is a great way to work on blurting out (erupting) in class! It is inspired by the book My Mouth Is A Volcano by Julia Cook! The text followed by a quick whole class brainstorming and recording activity will do the trick for most of your students but for t
These double dot cards are meant to be used to strengthen number sense during your math block. Every day I start math with 10-15 min of number sense routines. These cards should be used after you've done some work showing single dot cards and have discussed how to see groups of dots to help find "ho
These My Turn to Talk Cards were developed after a frustrating day of teaching classroom lessons. I had two extreme examples in one of my second grade classes. I had a handful of students who blurted out whatever came to mind and a handful of students that didn’t say a word. I wante
Help your kiddos realize when they are blurting too much. Print the chart on card stock, cut the chart out (2 per page), laminate it, and place it on the corner of their desk. As students blurt, cross off one of the numbers using a vis-a-vis marker. Erase the chart at the end of the day to start fre
Blurt it Out! Is a FUN SPEECH THERAPY WORD ASSOCIATION GAME COMPANION for the popular board game "BLURT!"
This companion includes 18 game boards (9 different games) to target both speech and language goals. The different games are meant to stimulate conversation, build social skills, and facilitat
Do you have a student who simply won't follow directions, who blurts out during lessons, or who can't keep their hands to themselves? Simply print and cut out the appropriate card on cardstock, and begin a simple and effective positive behavior reward system. There are FORTY different behavioral exp
These fun and bright Dice Cards flashcards are great to use during Number talks.
I like to use these dice cards during my number talks to ensure that my students can subitize. Once your students get comfortable with ten strips you can ZOOM through these!
I like to hold the card up and ask a ques
You always want to nip small problems early before they become larger problems. Developing an effective plan to discipline your students is important for effective classroom management.
Three problems that seem small, but are actually quiet big are 1) Students shouting out, 2) Students wandering a
This is a classroom management tool that I developed after attending a workshop on discipline. My sixth graders get "so involved" in some of the topics we discuss in ELA that they can't wait to share their ideas, so they blurt out. Of course, other times, they are off-task as well. I've developed
I have started using a "blurt alert" program in my classroom, I got the idea from http://www.newmanagement.com/tips/red_hands.html
but instead of using a "green hand", I made this file myself in Google because I got tired of using the di-cut to cut out hands for what my students decided to call "goo
I use these cards during whole group and small group to help redirect student behavior. If a child is blurting out, I hand them a card without stopping teaching. This serves as a reminder to them, without interrupting my instruction or drawing attention to the negative behavior.
Do you have students in your class who blurt out the answers and take the learning opportunity away from other students. No fear, these awesome cards will let you assess each child's understanding. There are two versions of each card and they are color coded to make it easy to see a pattern.
Have students that are always blurting out in class? Is it becoming a serious problem? Well this product incudes a poster saying don't be MERT the BLURT, that can be posted in the room for all students. However there is a page that can be copied, laminated and cut out into cards. I give students 3 c
These cute cards are for a discipline plan. This card is used for those students who have a hard time sitting still for long, getting out of their desk, or blurting out. All instructions to the card are in preview! Colors included are blue, pink, yellow, green, and purple.
Are your students blurting and interrupting constantly? These resources are a great way to help students learn when it is okay to blurt and when it’s not. Students will learn criteria to decide whether they should blurt, raise their hands, or keep their thoughts in their heads. This resource will al
As a Kindergarten and First Grade looping teacher, I am ALWAYS teaching and re-teaching expectations in the classroom. I created this PBIS Expectations FREEBIE product to support teachers in reinforcing the rules and expectations of their classrooms AND to support positive student behavior. I believ
Blurt out cards or talk passes are designed to set limits on a specific behavior while empowering the individual to have a sense of control and self-regulation. Many students have difficulty controlling their impulses, especially as they relate to talking out randomly or blurting out answers in cla
Chatty class classroom management materials to help get a talkative class quiet and under control in fun, positive ways!
Have a chatty class? Do your talkative students get louder and louder during small groups until it feels like chaos? Do they talk when you're talking then ask you what the direct
This is a growing bundle (240+ pages) and now contains TEN resources - and counting. Ten of my positive discipline - classroom management products valuing $30.00+ are being offered to you as a bundle with a huge savings! Each of these products promotes self-awareness, self-disciplin
A social narrative is a version of a Social Story™, originally developed by Carol Gray, to support students with autism. They are very useful for helping individuals on the autism spectrum to understand others’ perspective, share information about new or problematic situations, and provide coping s
We all have those students who just can’t seem to help themselves when it comes to the unpleasant habit of interrupting. This cute book uses a kindhearted approach to teach students a technique that can be used to help with impulsive blurting. What a great resource for the first days of school or
The beloved science teacher at JKF Middle School has been found dead in her classroom and YOUR Junior Crime Detectives are on the case.
Using their skills critical thinking skills, deductive reasoning, and team work, the Junior Crime Detectives work in partnerships or teams to solve the murder myst
This fun back to school story My Mouth is a Volcano is perfect for the first few weeks of school or anytime your class needs a refresher ( spring fever, etc. ). Grab this book from your librarian or a book store and you're all set. If you are unsure of this story - it teaches a great lesson about
Do you have a student who struggles with appropriate behavior? Blurting out? Hands to oneself? Completing assignments?
This behavior contract is a great tool to help students who need a tactile and visual contract to help keep them on the right track. It includes directions, implementation, pict
Consonant Blends: Is your class having trouble with beginning and ending consonant blends? This activity is an engaging way to practice blending those tricky words!
This set includes:
• 22 beginning consonant blends with 8 words for each blend
Ex: /bl/: blob, bl
This was a difficult, but fun choice. Putting myself in my customer's position, I would want to know what the seller recommends. Clearly, no product would be here if I don't love it and feel proud of it. Nonetheless, if I were stranded on a deserted island with my English students and could teach on
Take a Break is a Responsive Classroom strategy for students to calm themselves and refocus after getting upset, blurting, behavior issues, etc. Students simply get asked to take a break, walk over to the take a break spot, sit for 1-2 minutes and return to their desks when ready or when asked to go
Many children have a difficult time filtering their thoughts; they will blurt out a comment without taking into consideration how it might make someone else feel. This activity will help children recognize which thoughts should be kept in their head vs. thoughts that are okay to say out loud.
This packet contains a jeopardy game to target /r/ and /s/ in articulation therapy – each answer contains both an /r/ and an /s/. This is great for large groups (up to 10 students). The difficulty level of the questions is geared towards students between 2nd-5th grade.
I often play Jeopardy with my
Have you ever noticed how kids love to hear stories about other kids making bad choices? It is human nature to want to know that others make mistakes too. These characters/puppets make a lot of mistakes in the classroom! They include Rudy Red, Yelling Yellow, Bobby Blue, Blurt Out Brown, Goof Off Gr
This packet contains a jeopardy game to target /r/ and /s, z/ in articulation therapy – each answer contains both an /r/ and an /s, z/. This is great for large groups (up to 10 students). The difficulty level of the questions is geared towards students between 2nd-5th grade.
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Use these lessons to teach critical social skills of managing emotions older kids, including understanding your emotions, using self-control, dealing with anger, dealing with disappointments, expressing yourself, how actions impact others, and more. This resource includes 10 core lessons, each with
There has been a murder the old historic hotel in downtown. The concierge has been found dead in the basement elevator. Your detective team has been assigned to the case. Can you solve the murder?
Using their skills critical thinking skills, deductive reasoning, and team work, the Junior Crime Dete
These "Volcano Mouth' visuals are inspired by the book My Mouth is a Volcano by Julia Cook. The volcano with an "X" acts as a non-verbal visual to students to remind them not to blurt or interrupt.
Colorful and printer-friendly (black and white) posters and visuals are available.
Larger size visu
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Are your students having a tough time with self-control? Are they blurting out or making bad choices in the classroom or at home? Then this book may be just what you are looking for. It's a narrative story coming from a little boy names Jose. He explains what self-co
Effective for middle school chorus or beginning high school choir
♫ Save your voice and save your time! NO PREP. Print and teach it with a worksheet.
♫ Great way to review the basics of music notation without having to use your voice. Have your students read the questions out l