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  • Sarah Phillips

    Classroom Attention Grabbers, for my teacher friends, heck I could even use these at home when I need my kids attention

  • Danielle Greeley

    attention getters. Great Idea!!!

  • Lisa Cerros

    attention getters: live this as a poster so the teacher can say any of them and the kids will know how to respond.

  • Susan Fiasconaro

    Attention Getters - gonna try them * positive behavior management *

  • Taylor Balcke

    @Jess Liu Marie be prepared im spamming you with classroom ideas. a few attention getters - there are so many of these things! I use one per year - this year its "Shark Bait" and kids say "ooo ha ha" (from Finding Nemo) LOVE!

  • Ashley Mayzer

    Attention Getters. This is something that I really want to figure out what works best to get my class' attention and make them quiet down. All of these are fun ideas that I feel kids would be quick to pick up and enjoy saying to get back on task.

  • Karen Snyder

    attention getters for classroom management

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