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    ahahahah this would so work too!!!

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    • Jessica Diehl

      Saw this and thought of @Carolyn Harding ... Except I imagined you spraying kids who give you lip. LOL! "Quiet Spray: You spray the ROOM to signal children to get quiet." an original idea from the Lemonade Stand...

    • Natalie Echeverria

      The Lemonade Stand: classroom management... Page has other very good incentive behavior management ideas

    • Bex Arundale

      Quiet Spray by The Lemonade Stand - a lovely idea to signal to the class that it is time to be quiet - can be used with scented water in the class or empty to spray over the children as they arrive/leave the classroom.

    • Mandy Wy

      Quiet spray! Fill a spray bottle with water and mist it in the air to let kids to it's time to be quiet. Such a fun idea! Add some EOs to it (as long as bottle is glass) for relaxation and focusing

    • Stefania Velazquez

      Quiet Spray: You spray the ROOM to signal children to get quiet. Or you can just leave the bottle empty. Mine love the mist in the air. It is so funny! {I do not condone spraying a child! As much as you might want to! Ha! ;)}-- an original idea from the Lemonade Stand...

    • Ashley Melton

      Thursday, January 5, 2012"Is your class always this loud?" I don't know how many times I have heard this from substitute and special area teachers, but it has definitely been too many! And I am determined to win this battle! So, where do you go when you need ideas? Pinterest, of course! I made up some "Quiet Spray!" You spray the ROOM to signal children to get quiet. Or you can just leave the bottle empty. Mine love the mist in the air. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA I really thought this was going to tell you to spray the kids in the face like you do dogs lol too funny.

    • Mary

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