Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power Point Presentation

Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
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GREAT interactive slide show/power point teaching students what blurt-outs and interruptions are AND strategies to help us not blurt-out or interrupt! Includes 21 interactive slides explaining what a “blurt-out” is, what a “brain robber” is, and how our mouth can be like a volcano with our thoughts. Also includes examples for students to think about and practice! Practice makes perfect!

Activities can stand alone or help reinforce a couple great books on this subject. “My Mouth is a Volcano” is an all time favorite and “Interrupting Chicken” is another great choice.

PowerPoint also goes perfect with my handouts on Interrupting vs. Not Interrupting sold on TpT. Check out more from my Store at Teaching Amazing First!


Also check out my Tattling vs. Reporting Interactive Power Point and worksheets at my store, Teaching Amazing First!

Special Thank You to my twins for allowing me to take pictures and make our slideshow more kid friendly! Also special Thank You to mycutegraphics.com for your darling clipart!
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Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power
Interrupting (and Blurting Out) vs. Not Interrupting Power