Do your little ones have difficulties regulating the volume of their voice in the classroom? This resource will help you address this issue:
* Provided are eight mini-posters (8 ½” X 11”) of colorful, clip art children who are portraying good listeners, students using quiet voices or students talking quietly, There are also posters of children using a loud voice or yelling.
* The focus is on identifying where/ when students should use quiet voices or when it’s okay to use loud voices.
* Each poster has a simple sentence that describes the picture.
* Sentences can be used to generate class discussions.
* Directions to use posters are provided.
* Great for doing ABA drills with students with autism or with students who have difficulties with their vocal level. (Examples provide good visual cues for students.)
* Useful when teaching social skills and classroom behavior to Early Childhood Special Needs Students.
* Can be used to remind students to use the appropriate voice in different situations.
* Posters can be bound together to create a class book.
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