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Tell the class to keep the noise level down so the balls won't bounce {so very cool!!}

Tell your class not to make the balls bounce to keep the noise level down. + other smart board noise management tools.

Great way to manage work time or testing time. Allows students to see how much time they have so they stay on track and finish on time.

Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom

Corkboard Connections: Fun Countdown Timers for the Classroom. Not an app, but online timers that may be used on a Smartboard.

A bunch of fun timers for the classroom. Maybe this will speed up the clean-up process

Timers aren't just for elementary school anymore; these fun timers keep them on task! A bunch of fun timers for the classroom

The first thing I do is always the same... I pick up my pencil and write my name.

Tori's Teacher Tips: Freebies The teacher at the school I volunteer at and she says the first part and have the kids say the second and it works!

Little Minds at Work: Are you the lucky duck? {a classroom management FREEBIE}

Are you the lucky duck? {a classroom management FREEBIE

Pull "Lucky Duck" stick with students' name. the lucky duck's task is to stay on task and behave well throughout the day. At the end of the day, say who was the lucky duck and say if they are successful.

If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this!!!  21 Essential Smartboard Tips- like dual displays who knew!  I'll have to look over this better later!

SMART board users, read on! If you have a smartboard, you NEED to read this! 21 Essential Smartboard Tips- like dual displays who knew! I'll have to look over this better later!

When I first started teaching 20 years ago I always had a coffee can full of popsicle sticks with my students name on them sitting on m...

RANDOM NAME SELECTOR: This is simple way to call on students when no one is volunteering! Kinda like popsicle sticks, but much more techy! Random Name Selector--kids loved it last year! Also has "group" setting---different use for technology.

Use this website to quiet down your class!!! The balls bounce when there is noise in the room. The challenge is to get the balls to settle down or stop moving completely.  Here’s the {new} link…http://neave.com/bouncy-balls/

Use this website to quiet/settle down your class! The balls bounce when there is quite a bit of noise in the room. The challenge is to get the balls to settle down or stop moving completely.

Website with different timers you can project on the screen for the class to see.  I especially like the bomb one.

Website with different timers you can project on the screen for the class to see. Website with different timers you can project on the screen for the class to see.

Each kid gets a notebook and gets a sticker when they're good.  Each sticker is $1 to use in the store.  This might work easier for us than the dollars.  Something to think about.

Sticker Reward System: Instead of putting stickers on students, give them a small notebook for them to collect their stickers. Once they have reached a certain amount they are able to spend their stickers and just cross out the ones they used.

Use buckets from the dollar store to put on tables when students are doing a cutting activity, they can put their scraps in the bucket!

Garbage Bowls--whenever the class is doing a cutting activity, put a "garbage bowl" on the table.it collects paper scraps, eliminates paper on the floor, and keeps kiddos in their seats! Dollar store garbage cans?

TooLoud! app - hook up to a smart board or projector as a  visual for students so they can manage their noise levels themselves.

Too Loud Free app- hook up to your Smartboard to help kids monitor their voice level in class! Great tool for helping to manage your class and the noise level!

15 creative & respectful ways to quiet a class - amazing ideas on how to get your students' attention without yelling.

15 creative & respectful ways to quiet a class

TEACH THEM SIGN LANGUAGE 15 creative & respectful ways to quiet a class - amazing ideas on how to get your students' attention without yelling.