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  • Denise Gray

    Voice Level Chart - Use with kids to set out clear expectations of noise level for different activities

  • Cathy Keelan

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  • Lillian Turnipseed

    Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels ... blog has other super classroom ideas!

  • Mandy Reckward

    A lot of schools are going to this number or color method to get children to regulate their talking and noise level. It has worked WONDERS for our kids - who are very very visual. You say 'inside voice' and they have no concept - but if you give it a 'figure' or a concrete thing as a color - that they can visually remember - they can process that better. It was a huge breakthrough for us! Great behavior management idea from http://mrspetitesteachingpassion.blogspot.com/

  • Lynn Clark

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  • Jennifer Adams

    Voice Levels #classroommanagement

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