Saturday, April 12, 2014

Teacher Tips For Managing the Noise Volume in the Classroom

I am linking up once again with my favorite blogging friends to share some fabulous bright ideas for your classroom!
My tips are about keeping the class volume under control.
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
 Start with some letters that spell the word NOISE.
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
I used some sparkly craft paper and added magnetic adhesive strips to the back so it can go on my magnetic board. Of course it will work on a pocket chart or even written on a chalkboard just as well!
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
Remove one letter from the word each time the voice noise level gets too loud.
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
Much nicer looking than putting up strikes on the board...
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
and the class gets some chances to work on taking control of their noise.
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
When it gets to NO, there is NO more talking allowed.

Another tip that I have used is the 'Whisper Bell' from Teacher Tipster.
Teacher tips on how to keep the classroom noise volume under control.
When it gets too loud in the classroom, just whack the bell, and the students all stop what they're doing and whisper "Whisper Bell". It is a great reminder for them to keep their voices down!

For more BRIGHT IDEAS from 150 different bloggers, please browse through the link-up below and choose a topic/grade level that interests you. Thanks for visiting!


2 comments:

Ashley said...

This is absolutely fabulous! Love, Love, Love. We have a HUGE problem with noise in my classroom this year and while they've improved quite a bit- we still need reminders and this visual will be just wonderful for my special bunch! :) Thank you :)

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