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For use by professional and parents with students 3rd grade and up. An important life skill is coping with boredom when participating in groups. The Boring Moments Poster uses humor to explicitly state the “expected” and “unexpected” behaviors related to boredom. While a teacher cannot prevent a group of students from momentary boredom, she/he can encourage students to be bored in a more “expected” way.

Voice Meter ($0.99) The Voice Meter provides a visual rating of vocal volume to practice speaking at more appropriate levels. Simply hold the device near your mouth and speak at your normal volume to learn how loudly you speak and adjust your speech accordingly. Voice Meter will reflect if the speech volume is Too Soft, Too Loud, or Just Right. This is a great tool to use in school, at home, in groups, and in speech therapy.