Blurt Control - Chart And Activities To Help With Impulsivity And Self Control

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Counselor Chelsey
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This is exactly what I was looking for. I love the visuals included. Each student now has a mini blurt control on their desk. Thank you!
I have a student who is constantly blurting out. I am using this resource to help him stop blurting by making him use this resource as a checklist on his desk.
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Are your students blurting and interrupting constantly? Put an end to the interruptions by teaching your students when it is okay to blurt and when it’s not. With this low prep resource, students will learn criteria to decide whether they should blurt, raise their hands, or keep their thoughts in their heads. This resource will also help you to document your students’ interruptions and give them positive reinforcement when they remember to raise their hands!

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What’s Included

  • Poster (color and b&w)
  • Desk sized poster (color and b&w)
  • “Should I Blurt?” Activity – Students will decide whether or not to blurt
  • “Should I Blurt?” Foldable
  • Positive reinforcement and reminder cards
  • Positive reinforcement notes
  • 4 Daily data collection sheets
  • 2 Weekly data collection sheets
  • 2 Monthly data collection sheets

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Ideas For Use:

  • Self control lessons
  • Self control small groups
  • Classroom management
  • Morning meetings
  • Students who could benefit from remembering to wait to talk
  • Students who frequently interrupt the teacher or other students
  • Students with ADHD


What People Are Saying About This Resource:

  • Amber said "I love this product and it has really reduced the chatter and

  • Marsha said "Love this! Blurting is out of control these days! Thanks for your
    innovative idea!"


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