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.
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 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
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.