Lone Brandt
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I have used this is my classroom for three years. It works like a charm. The students love to see how many gum balls they can earn during the given time. I have either set the timer for the full amount of work time or set it for smaller increments of time. As a reward, if they reach the goal, I sometimes give a piece of bubble gum, or something toward a classroom goal for some other reward...For example I might give them a letter toward building the word Compliments.

Bubble Gum Quiet System - This system adds gumballs to the jar if the noise level in the classroom remains low. If the noise remains low, and the students earn all the gumballs the instructor sets, the class can get some kind of reward.

Monitor classroom noise level with this program. Great visual for students to see how noisy the classroom can get.

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.

Jigsaw pairs - print off & laminate so you can reuse. - subject pronouns/ verbs, questions/ answers, etc

There are so many things you could do with these! Here's a few ideas: - compound words, lower case/upper case letter matching - sight words - antonyms - synonyms - math sums - shape names & pictures -