Apps For Classroom Management  This one monitors the noise level in the classroom all by itself and turns color when the room is too noisy.  I love it and it's free!

Apps For Classroom Management

managing behavior during whole class and/or individual groups Apps For Classroom Management This one monitors the noise level in the classroom all by itself and turns color when the room is too noisy.

Cool app to use in class showing students that they are getting loud without the teacher having to say anything

Too Noisy provides feedback on noise levels in a room or of an individual. Sensitivity to noise levels can also be adjusted. Free and Pro versions available.

FREE Voice/Noise Level Chart (with arrows! Woo!)

This voice level chart makes it easy for students to "see" what the expected noise level in the classroom should be. Included, is one full page of the different noise levels (as shown in the thumbnail) and individual pages of the expected noise levels.

...growing readers one best practice at a time!

Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things. Is interesting, will show a visual representation to students of how loud/disruptive the class is being! -Liz G.

2 different voice level charts  -free printables 11x17

Maybe Spy Talk is the phrasing I need to make this work! 2 different voice level charts -free printables

Noise Level Chart Featuring Goofus $ - Find it by clicking on the "Website" link

Voice Level Chart

Poster for teacher to put a clothes pin on what the noise level should be and what the noise level is.

my classroom noise-o-meter...borrowed the idea from a few that I'd seen online

My classroom noise-o-meter. I have an arrow that sticks on the board to indicate the allowable level of noise, depending on the activity. Feel free to use or share…send me a message if you would like an editable MS Publisher file.

Use a safety pin on the right side of this chart to visually show your students what voice level they should use during various activities throughout the day. Each noise level has words and a picture to go with it (for our young learners). ...And you just have to LOVE the chevron border!Enjoy!

Use a safety pin on the right side of this chart to visually show your students what voice level they should use during various activities througho.

Use this website as a fun way to monitor classroom noise levels!   Show this website with the use of a projector to your students as they are working.  The balls bounce higher as the volume of the classroom increases, giving students a visual indicator to lower their voices.

Use this website as a fun way to monitor classroom noise levels! Show this website with the use of a projector to your students as they are working. The balls bounce higher as the volume of the classroom increases, giving students a visual indicator

Great website for noise control!!!

Hello Literacy: Monitor Classroom Noise Level with Virtual Bouncy Things. This one looks like it could be more fun than the old-school version I've used!

Superhero voice/noise level chart An effective classroom management strategy to control voice and noise level in your classroom.

Superhero Voice/Noise Levels

Voice/Noise Level Chart with Superhero Design! It is also part of my Superhero Bundle. The Voice Level Chart is a quick and easy way to refer to the noise level in your

Voice O Meter Noise Control Management

BUNDLED Art Classroom Management Tools - Voice O Meter, Art Jobs, Picasso Pass, Give me 5 Sign

FREE Voice Level Posters to help manage the noise level in your classroom!

Do your kiddos have a hard time differentiating between noise/volume levels like mine always do? These **free** voice level posters help students understand the different voices that are used at different times.

Noise Level Clip Chart (couple different varieties) - Great idea so kids always know what voice level to use and you don't have to always be telling them, can even make it a job for a kid to change it to Level 3 during literacy stations each day and 2 during independent work, etc.

Voice Level Chart

Cute illustrated and color-coded noise level chart to help keep your classroom noise level in check that lets children always know which voice to u.

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