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I love using attention getters in my classroom, even 5th graders get a kick out of them and even suggest new ones! It works! :) Better than yelling to get their attention any day!

Some are very juvenile, but even middle schoolers would like a lot of these.

Hahaha.. I would LOVE if I could get my kids to do "Stop, hammer time!" lol

I LOVE THIS! Attention Getters! A fun way to get students attention especially during transitions

Attention Grabbers. To get the class' attention, The teacher says a certain phrase and students have a response to say back. Ex: teacher: "Hocus Pocus" Then students say: "Everybody focus" Or, T says: "Chicka Chicka" then students say "boom, boom".

Like it!!;)

I used this when I had jury duty... my students thought I was in JAIL! Their responses were hilarious! This is such a great FREEBIE!

such a fun way to display your students birthdays

Each ornament is approximately 4 1/4" X 7 1/4". Crayola crayons and ruler twill add darling school embellishments. Each carefully constructed for durability, for use year after year and comes photo ready...simply remove the white "school photo here" paper and attach your small wallet-sized photo or any photo trimmed to the size of the white paper.

There is no information about how these were made but creations were inspired by ("Making Mechanical Toys" by Rodney Peppé). These puppets were/are at the Puppet Museum in Lisbon" www.molasecompanh...