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  • Lisa Crystal

    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. Great incentive for listening and behavior management tactic! (Could adapt to older kids and use famous good listeners or something)

  • Elizabeth Miskelly

    (via Teaching Chick: Monday Made It #3!) “quiet critters-when you decide it is important for students to be quiet pass out 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.

  • Tracy Shanahan Bernier

    Quiet Critters! When you decide it is especially important for students to be quiet, pass out 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 for classroom management.

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Kind of like the Blurt Chart but I think this one can be modified for older kids, especially if your classroom is sent up in cooperative groups. Or for large or small group instruction.

Love this!!!! quiet critters-when you decide it is important for students to be quiet pass out 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 - 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. cute!

Quiet critters: In times of quite needed, pass out quiet critters. Take away from those caught talking. At the end of the activity, anyone who still has a quiet critter gets a prize, point, or whatever system used.

Quiet work light. When the light is on, students are to work quietly.

Basically, you make the quiet critters with a pom-pom, heart-shaped foam piece (for the feet) and mini wiggle eyes. I tell my students that my "quiet critters" need a friend to take care of them, but they only can survive/like QUIET friends. GUESS WHAT? Instantly quiet class. The kids love them. My kids have named their quiet critters and made homes for them.

Quiet Critters want to sit on your desk, see what you're doing, and get smarter. (Could remove them from the chatty students; those who still have their "critter" at the end of the "quiet" time could turn it in for a small reward.)

Quiet Critters! Put these on student's desk and take off as they get loud. Whoever has one left on their desk at the end of the day gets a prize or reward

Quiet work light. When the light is on, students are to work quietly.

Quiet work light. When the light is on, students are to work quietly.

I have, who has? game where students have to read the analog clock to discover the correct time. Each clock is rounded to the nearest five minutes....