Classroom Management Chatty Class Tools | Blurt Beans, Voice Level Chart & more
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Classroom management chatty class materials to help get a talkative class quiet and under control in fun, positive ways! Blurt beans, voice level chart and posters, blurt alerts, quiet turtles, and more!
P.S. My Fraction Flowers craft that is SO fun for Spring is also participating in the #overtherainbow event! :)
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 directions were as soon as you finish?
Don't worry. This is totally normal. And completely fixable. Really!
These are the materials I show in my:
25 Chatty Class Classroom Management Strategies for Overly Talkative Students
Please READ THE BLOG POST BEFORE BUYING this to make sure you want the materials! :) There are no student worksheets or activities in this pack - it is JUST the labels, forms, etc. that I show in that blog post (that are listed below).
This pack includes:
- Blurt Alert forms
- Blurt Dessert cards
- Blurt Beans Jar Label
- Animal Voice Level Chart (perfect to use with Quiet Turtles strategy!)
- Animal Voice Level Posters (Full page) that match the chart
- Students vs. Teacher display materials
- Blurts Hurt Poster (Helps kids understand why blurting out isn't allowed)
- How to Whisper Poster (Helps teach kids to be whispering whales & understand what it means to whisper)
Again, please READ THE BLOG POST BEFORE BUYING this to make sure you want the materials! There are no student worksheets or centers in this pack - it is JUST the labels, wall decor, forms, etc. mentioned above that I show in that blog post. They're awesome materials to manage behavior but I don't want anyone to get this thinking there are worksheets or centers included and be disappointed. My goal always is to make you happy & save you time... happy teacher and happy kids!
These materials are great for getting a chatty class under control! I wrote a ton of tips on that blog post (25 tricks to be exact!) including how to use blurt cubes and the above mentioned materials to get a quiet class under control - I hope they can help if you're struggling with getting a talkative class to quiet down. :)
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