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Great way for children to know the volume allowed in the classroom at that time! They can monitor the noise themselves! #6544

noise-o-meter....have 2 clothespins. Label one 'This is where we should be' and the other, 'This is where we are'.

Love this! Used it in my room. You really do have to teach them the different voice levels.

our school implemented "voice levels" as a way to help at assemblies, in hallways, and within our classrooms. This has really helped with consistency across the grade levels and made the first few weeks of school even easier when introducing these concepts.

Noise Level Chart Featuring Goofus $ - Find it by clicking on the "Website" link

voice level poster - i would adapt it but i LOVE the idea of 'spy talk' with a cute picture of a spy or something!

Voice Level Chart with Chevron and Chalkboard Design! The Voice Level Chart is a quick and easy way to refer to the noise level in your classroom. Would add a arrow of some sort to indicate what voices they should b using!

great way to organize math stations...love the numbers in the pocket chart

voice levels poster - have photographs of each noise level and practice with students what each level sounds like.

Miss Lifesaver: Teacher Tip Tuesday: Classroom Management Apps

All Students Can Shine: Apps For Classroom Management. Some great ideas here!