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BLURT BEANS Classroom Management Tools | EDITABLE

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Are you tired of your being interrupted by kids who have a BAD case of the BLURTS? I have you covered with this editable Powerpoint and GOOGLE Slides! Use these slides to personalize editable text boxes to create a Blurt Bean classroom management system that works!

What is in this download?

Pg. 1 Cover

Pg. 2 Table of Contents

Pg. 3 Directions

Pg. 4 Google Slides VIRTUAL LINK for the Digital Option

Pg. 5 Classroom Management Tips

Pg. 6 Billy Blurt STORY (Read to Students)

Pg. 7 Blurt Definition Poster

Pg. 8 -9 How to Fill The Bean Jar

Pg. 10 Blurt Bean Rules (EDITABLE PAGE to create your own)

Pg. 11 BlurtBUSTER Strategies (Things to do besides blurting out.)

Pg. 12-14 COOL BEANS Expository Writing Pages (Digital w/ text boxes, Printable with Intermediate and Primary lines.)

Pg. 115-17 Bean Behavior OPINION Writing Pages (Digital w/ text boxes, Printable with Intermediate and Primary lines.)

Pg. 18-20 We “BEAN” Good Persuasive Writing Pages (Digital w/ text boxes, Printable with Intermediate and Primary lines.)

Pg. 41-23 Compare and Contrast behavior types. Pet

Pg. 24 Students Identify Why BLURTING OUT is a problem and how to solve it!

Pg. 25-31 Blurting Journal Options (1/2 Page, run copies, cut, and staple or do it digitally.)

Pg. 32 Cool Beans Certificate

Pg. 33-34 Daily Blurt Chart Tracker for Kiddos who need extra help or for the one’s to need data collection.

Pg. 35-38 Print and cursive Pre-made Labels for Jars or bins.

Pg. 39 Premade goal labels to put on the “earn” line.

Pg. 40 We are Cool Beans! HAT (They can wear it when they fill up the jar!)

Pg. 41-43 Half Sheet Certificates, Contracts and RED BLURT ALERT Warnings

Pg. 44-45 Editable Labels


Pg. 47 Silent bathroom and water sign language signal POSTERS

Pg. 48-49 Photos of Set-Up

Pg. 50 Credits

  • 50+ Editable PowerPoint Slides (*Make sure you have PowerPoint)
  • 50+ Editable Google Slides for a Virtual Option
  • Cursive and Print for Intermediate or Primary Classrooms
  • Blank Labels to Edit and Add Your Own Colors, if needed
  • Directions with Suggested Fonts
  • Pictures of How to Set Up Your Blurt Bean Jar


*Backgrounds and images CAN NOT be edited.

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