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  • Tara Hoyle

    #ClassroomManagement #Behavior If blurting becomes a problem in the classroom, a blurt chart -- separate from another behavior management system -- might be the way to go.

  • Sara Gullickson

    If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day. @natalia Ellis Cute idea!

  • Robin Wilcox

    Classroom Management Blurt Chart: If students blurt out they take a velcro happy face off of the chart. They have 3 chances throughout the day.

  • Tiffany Litchfield

    If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day. GOOD IDEA!

  • Amy Kraft

    I know I don't teach 2nd grade, but I need this! If students blurt out they take a happy face off the chart (they are velcroed on). They have 3 chances throughout the day.

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