23 Behavior Interventions for The Kid Who Blurts, Blurts, and Blurts Some More
What educators are saying
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 students' learning and build classroom community without constant redirections, then keep reading.
-Blurt Chart Anchor Chart
-Behavior Consequence Card
-Behavior Desk Reminders for Visual Expectations
-Chit Chat Mat
-Silent Redirection Cards
-Positive Notes Home (Praise Notes, Praise Emails, Praise Calls)
-Wait to Participate Cards
-Blurt Box for Tracking Individual (or Whole Class) Blurts
-Stop and Think Behavior Sheets
-Behavior Bingo for Blurting Out
-Brag Tags for Blurting (quiet queen and king)
If you are a new teacher looking to build up your bag of tricks for classroom management, this resource includes so many different options to fit your students' individual needs. One year one thing may work great the entire year and you won't use anything else in this pack, another year you may have a kid who requires new interventions every few weeks. I tried to create enough of a variety to help you throughout an entire school year. I've used these behavior intervention strategies with my 2nd-4th graders and it has been such a game changer in my classroom.
Here's what others have said:
"With only 23 days left of school, this has been a life saver! I will be using this for the years to come. :)"
"You are amazing! I have been teaching for 26 years and I wish I could have had this all those years. I'm so excited to use a positive approach to my "blurters"."
This resource pairs well with the books Interrupting Chicken and My Mouth is Volcano.
Also, it was designed to save your ink and quickly prep. I strongly recommend printing them all and putting them in a binder, so that when you need to instantly implement you can.
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