9 Guaranteed Ways to Stop Students from Blurting Out
The Blurt Chart - Help set clear expectations for your classroom to maximize positive behavior and reduce blurting out and classroom interruptions. By The Pinspired Teacher | Classroom Management | Behavior Chart | Blurt Alert | Behavior Management | Classroom Management Ideas
mrs. prince & co.: Blurt Chart Freebie!!! Use the book my mouth is a volcano.
Blurt chart. Names taken off for confidentiality, but would be on blue tags. Smiley thru frown faces are warnings. If I take off circles with numbers, it is recess minutes students owe. If all circles are removed, student loses entire recess.
Bubble Gum Blurt Chart - this is something I created for my class to help encourage self control during instruction time. my students have 3 chances (3 pieces of gum per week) and if they interrupt or blurt out a piece is removed from their name and put into the LOST BUBBLES bucket. If they have any pieces left at the end of the week, they will receive a price of bubble gum. Hopefully this will help cut down on interruptions and talking out.
Learning to raise our hands.... 3 strikes you are out!! I have a feeling I will be looking for this pin after my first parent-teacher conference next year. Love my little Moo and her jabbering, but better put a stop to it ;)
Blurting chart to compliment reading 'my mouth is a volcano'. Did this in first grade, kids loved it, and it can be applicable to all unacceptable behaviors.