Saturday, September 10, 2011

Yakety-yak...


Guess what came in the mail today! My Yacker Tracker Deluxe!

I am so tickled that it came with smiley stickers. It seems to work well, but I can't make as much noise as the kiddos can. We'll see how it goes next week.

This week we did model different voice levels and were able to remind each other of what voice to use for each activity. After I used far too loud of a voice one little boy said, "Ms. Bueno, you're using an outside voice, please use your teacher voice." Needless to say this chart made a difference! Click on the image to grab yours.


The cute clipart comes from Scrappin' Doodles!


12 comments:

Mrs. D said...

Love your chart! Thanks for sharing. :)

http://thesilverlininginteaching.blogspot.com/

Jennifer Knopf said...

Thanks for the chart! I am trying to teach my firsties this concept since I have to do a lot of one-on-one testing and need the rest of the class to work quietly while I am with a student, the ones I have last year get it, but the others still think that they can interrupt while I am testing or have an attack of the giggles or chatterbug. I wish I could get a Yacker Tracker, hopefully Scholastic will offer them for Bonus Points soon!

Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

ms. rachel said...

thanks for sharing.. will be using this chart..

♥ rachel
http://teachingmelodies.blogspot.com/

Claire said...

Thanks! I'll definitely be using this in my classroom.
-Claire
Special Speckled Eggs

Ben said...

thanks for sharing - this is awesome!

Mama Say said...

Thanks! Is there a way to edit? I teach a bilingual class and needed to change the words to Spanish. Hmmm, will research or make my own.

Dana Lester said...

Thanks for the chart, I love it! I am your newest follower. I love your blog and hope you'll stop by mine sometime!
Dana
Fun in 1st Grade

Marenda Stiles said...

Thanks for sharing.

Cindy Keller said...

Thanks so much! A most helpful chart to have!

Becky said...

Thank you for sharing the cute chart!

Pamela said...

Love the voice level chart. So much better than the one someone gave me. Thanks for sharing!

Marla Freitag said...

Thanks for sharing!

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