Friday, October 17, 2014

You're Giving Me A Headache!

Hey everyone!

So in one of the last posts, I had accepted a long term position. That's no longer the case. I got moved into a full time position teaching third grade!

I work in a dual-language school, but we do have one class per grade that is English only, in which I'm the third grade teacher. These kids basically stay together until middle school. They know how to push each other's buttons and they love to talk. Really love to talk. When a student comes up to you and says they're getting a headache too, you know you have a problem.

So much so, I had to make a noise level so that they wouldn't give me another headache. Knowing myself, I knew I would have to make it cutesy and also attract their attention. So it's not just a 1-4, but there are catchy titles too.

Graphics from Melonheadz, Teacher Laura, and Kate Hadfield.

Click the picture or click here!

I hope you guys will find this helpful! I didn't put playground/outside noise, as there shouldn't be a reason my kids are that loud in the class!

**Note, due to my busy schedule, I will not be making any changes to the freebie, it comes as is, thanks!**


  1. These are wonderful. I had to use this when I was teaching in a school that was transitioning to Dual Language! Are you using the CHAMP behavior model?

  2. No I'm not, but I should look into it!

  3. This is awesome! I'm never amazed how much a little creativity and visualizing can make such a positive difference for the kids. The images and catch title help with everything.



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