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  • Amanda Othmer

    Classroom management. Good Idea!

  • Wendi Brock

    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.

  • Susan Jackson

    Noise meter- slightly obnoxious, but so are kids who are noisy at inopportune moments.

  • Meg Lane

    classroom management - kids will think this is fun.

  • Shelby Dellheim-Sudholt

    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

  • Johnette Morehouse

    cute classroom ideas on this blog:)

  • Amanda Major

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

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classroom organization- Great way to keep track of kids in case of emergency! Each kid always knows their class number.

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

Rules of the classroom...so easy to make...with an old board, black matte paint and a paint marker...assuming you have whimsical penmanship!

This "I'm done..." board is a great way to remind students of their choices once they have completed the current activity. By having this posted as a bulletin board or poster within the room, students would have a visual reminder of the acceptable options they have while awaiting transition to the next activity. This procedure would help maintain order as well as keep faster students busy.

Creekside Teacher Tales: Classroom Pledge & Freebie. I may need to make this!

I would like to frame this and give it to my team members as a back to school gift. :-) Good Idea, Teaching Sisters.

(G) "Classroom Rules" Have a discussion the first day about what it looks like to follow these rules. ie: be ready to learn- be in your seat, quiet and ready with all of your supplies and books you will need.

Love this system for jobs--and she recommends not starting this until you get to know your students. (Tips for Creating and Managing Classroom Jobs {job charts, student jobs, classroom management})

SHINE Classroom Management Poster...Free! I think I'm going to introduce this on the first day back . . . .