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    • Tricia Wilk

      Classroom management- Noise meter

    • Connie Long

      Classroom Noise Level Chart Assign a Student Job to maintain the chart. Might be a good idea for a loud student to be in charge of it. by Mi...

    • Megan Trine

      Good idea. So kids can look up at the poster and see if they can talk to their neighbor and how loud to be.

    • Lindsey Johnson

      Lots of great classroom ideas

    • Lauren Ryan

      classroom management - kids will think this is fun.

    • Nikki Miller

      This is how you use the voice levels chart - make a large one for your board and move a clothespin to whichever level the kids should be at

    • Amanda Major

      Noise O Meter- I like this for kids and adults :)

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