Teach your students about "whole body listening" to get them ready for a new school year! Easy printing allows for copying book double sided on the copy machine. Simply select double sided, sort, and staple and you are all set!
Words in this book:
When I am at school I use my whole body to listen.
My eyes are looking at the teacher.
My lips are zipped.
Sometimes my teacher says, "Shhh!"
I sit cross-cross applesauce on the rug with my hands in my lap.
At my table or desk my hands are quiet.
I keep my hands empty, so I can pay attention.
Sometimes my teacher says, "Criss-cross arms."
I have quiet feet and quiet hands so kids can listen to the teacher.
My brain is thinking about what the teacher says.
I ask a question when I don’t understand.
If I'm looking and my lips are zipped, I'm listening.
And if I'm listening, I'm learning!
Written by: Carrie Hanson
Clip Art by Carrie Teaching First
Clip Art & Fonts:
Clip Art by Carrie
If you like this book, you may also like my other Manners/PBIS books:
**Manners at School
**Manners on the Playground
**Manners in the Lunchroom
**Manners in the Restroom
**Manners in the Hallway
**Whole Body Listening
**Manners on the School Bus