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quiet critters

Idea-Quiet Critters - when you decide it's important for students to be quiet, pass out the quiet critters. Take them away from students who talk. At the end of the activity anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, whatever you use.

Quiet Critters  They live in a soundproof jar & only come out when it's quiet. Loud noises hurt their ears, but whispering is ok They love to sit on students' desks & watch & learn from the students. If the student is too loud, they get moved to the other side of their desk. If they continue to be loud they go back into their jar.  At the end of the quiet lesson whoever still has a Quiet Critter on their desk can have points, a sticker or whatever incentives you have in the room.

Kids made these, super cute! We used felt flowers from Kmart for the feet. Quiet Critters They live in a soundproof jar & only come out when it's quiet. Loud noises hurt their ears, but whispering is ok.

'Quiet Critters' sit on desks while children are working.  They are afraid of loud noise so everyone must be very quiet when they are around. :) Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!

Quiet Critters sit on desks of students who are working quietly, but they disappear at the first sign of noise. Maybe a reward for the critters who "stay"

Consequence are bad thing to get when you get in trouble in school or in your house.

I thought the idea of incremental punishment is good, gradually prolonging the loss of recess time gives teachers and students room to work and improve before giving them a harsh consequence for misbehaving based on the level of misbehavior.

Get to sit in the "Sweet Seat" for good behavior! Image only.

Sweet Seat

Get to sit in the "Sweet Seat" for good behavior! I love this idea. Students will want to sit in the special seat. I would have it at their desk and the seat would move around during the week to students showing good behavior.

5 Healthy Responses to Children's Emotions-- SUCH a good idea!

Stress Ball Balloons or For Pre-school Play. Make these playdough-filled balloons for improving fine motor skills and discussing emotions or including in your "Calm Down Kit." -tkz ( I LOVE THIS IDEA) :D

Another pinner said: I put a box like this on my desk last year and it was ALWAYS full of notes, stories and drawings from my kids. If they began to tell a story during a lesson I'd say "oh! box!" This way I heard the story AND kept the lesson going - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

allow kids to always leave notes, questions, concerns, art pictures.this will keep their little pictures off the top of my desk! (Might need a box bigger than a shoe box)

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