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Whole Body Listening

Getting Students to Listen Erica has an entire free download on Whole Body Listening (Rule #1) with a book, posters and ideas. Fabulous!

Miss Thrifty SLP: Whole Body Listening

Creating Our Classroom Enviornment with Books ~ Love this idea of "whole body listening"!

Whole Body Listening printable

"Give Me Five" and "Whole Body Listening" are powerful classroom behavior management strategies to get the attention of your students immediately. This is a set of posters to help you use these attention grabber signals using engaging visuals. Includes 2 color and 2 blackline masters.

Great whole body listening chart using Pete the Cat. from Prayers & Purple Elephants

A blog post by autistic advocate Alyssa on why "Whole Body Listening" IGNORES how things like stimming and looking away are adaptive behaviors that help autistic kids focus- and holds them to MORE STRICT standards than mainstreamed students!

Hop back to school with Howard B. Wigglebottom and friends! This unit is perfect for teaching whole body listening, following directions, sportsmanship, teamwork, learning to work in groups, doing what you love, and bullying. -Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns to Listen -Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns about Sportsmanship -Howard B. Wigglebottom Listens to His Heart - Howard B. Wigglebottom Learns About Bullies

Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Back to School Activities - Free Sample and Whole Body Listening Download!

Whole Body Listening is an amazing way to teach students how to actively listen.

Whole body listening The kid can draw himself or we could take a picture of him un good position and glue it

Storybook 5 - Whole Body Listening. From The Incredible Flexible You curriculum package for early learners

50% off for 48 Hours! Want a great way to introduce Whole Body Listening skills to your class at the beginning of the year. This packet includes...

Purposeful Talk Interesting as I use the same word for purposeful listening/learning in my class: S-sit up, L-lean forward (hands on desk), A-attention on information, N-nod when you understand, T-track teacher.

Whole Body Listening poster