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This is an awesome website that allows the students to see how loud they are by watching how high/crazy the balls bounce. The louder you are, the higher the balls bounce.

Students throw a koosh ball at the board. If it hits a circle, it will take them to a rhythm that they have to clap or play. My kids LOVE this game! You can also edit the pages to be something other than rhythm patterns (ie. notes on the staff, questions, etc.).

FREE Noise Meter~ The more noise the more the balls bounce. Challenge your students to get the balls to remain completely still! Cool visual and positively reinforcing!

This App "Noise Control" magically ask your students & kids to keep quiet on your behalf..... It's so magical that teachers found that students are more willing to corporate in classroom activities....

A better way to deal with disruptive students in middle and high school. A behavior slip forces the student to think about their actions and how they can prevent them in the future, without taking up extra class time for discipline! Students are less likely to act up if they know they'll have to fill one of these out every time. | Also a good resource for concrete behavioral expectations for students

Classroom Freebies Toofrom Classroom Freebies Too

A Transition Chant Freebie!

Classroom Freebies Too: A Transition Chant Freebie!~I can see this for Be in Your Seat for high schoolers, A count down without claps.

Video tutorial on how to lock your classroom ipads on a particular app so that students can't navigate away from it. You can also learn how to restrict access to certain parts of the screen so that students can't click on ads. Very informative!

this website gives you ideas for classroom set-up. Click on how many students are in your class and it will give you different layouts for desks

Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom.--"Warning cards" Love these! Can we use at home too? :-) - in-the-corner