Attention Getters

Use these sayings and tips to get students' attention at the beginning of class, when ending a task, starting a new activity, or lining up.
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Remember teachers banging on desks to get students' attentions? Not anymore! Here's 15 clever call and responses to get your students' attention in a good way!:

15 Clever Call and Responses to Use in the Classroom! - Wise Guys

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How to Calm a Disruptive Class: The Quick & Easy Method that Saved My Sanity. Check into, has classes Classroom Management 101

How to Control a Disruptive Class: The Quick & Easy Method that Saved My Sanity

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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 -

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Word Strategy 1

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5 Teacher Comments We Need To Stop Saying To Students - Edwords Blog - BAM! Radio Network | BAM! Radio Network

5 Teacher Comments We Need To Stop Saying To Students

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Love these ideas for quick critical thinking and teamwork activities! #5MinuteFillers

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27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

Community Post: 27 Attention-Getters For Quieting A Noisy Classroom

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7 ways to increase student engagement

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From the National Assn of School Psychologists, teacher info on how to help ADHD students in the classroom.

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a fun way to get your kids to stop chatting.... check out the link for a cute video and little tricks on how to use it for classroom management!

A Turn to Learn: Fun Way to Get Your Kids to Stop Chatting!

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GoNoodle classroom brain breaks -- get kids moving, breathing, and more focused with these fun brain breaks throughout the day.

Brain breaks kids love - GoNoodle

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What to do when a student isn't paying attention.

Pay attention, please...

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Strategies for Dealing with Sleepy Students via @TeachHUB.com

Strategies for Dealing with Sleepy Students

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No Interrupting Song - music for classroom management

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When someone is doing something they shouldn't be, instead of calling them out, ring the bell and draw attention to someone who WAS on task. (She gives a tally.) Makes everyone aware they are being watched without hurting feelings. http://littlestlearners.blogspot.com/2010/06/dingyou-are-now-free-to-start-focusing.html

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Cute and unique attention grabbers

Dragonflies in First: Holy Moly... Guacamole!

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A bunch of fun timers for the classroom.

Classroom Timers - Fun Timers

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Line up chants freebie

First Grade O.W.L.s: How do you line up? ~ Freebie

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More attention getters from http://pocketfullofkinders.blogspot.com/2011/08/attention-grabbers-freebie_09.html

Pocket Full of Kinders!: Attention Grabbers Freebie

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Adorable for the classroom door! Cute sayings for getting kids ready to line-up.

Sweet Blessings

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Recite this cute poem each morning to get your students ready for learning.

Pocket Full of Kinders!: More Freebies: Center Games

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Classroom redirection without interrupting the class. Copy about 10 of these on a piece of paper, laminate, cut out, carry some in your pocket as you walk around the classroom. If a student if off task or disturbing, lay one on the desk. Later the student should return it to you with an explanation and promise. Great idea for centers.

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Use this "quiet spray" in your classroom to signal kids to get quiet.

The Lemonade Stand: "Is your class always this loud?"

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This 4S poster reminds students to be silent, still, smiling, and in a straight line when they line up to leave the classroom.

Adventures of an Art Teacher: New Classroom

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Back to School and Whole Body Listening Poster

Erica's Ed-Ventures: Search results for whole body listening

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