It's a 3-way Giveaway!

 
1, 2, 3 Eyes on Me!
No, not really...
But, eyes on us!
A few of us blogging buddies were chatting the other day and we decided it would be fun to run a 3-way giveaway!

It's much more fun than 3-way calling and way luckier than a 3-leaf clover...So, there ya go!   

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Be sure to check back on Wednesday for a 3-way call announcement!
Good luck!


Real quick - I just wanted to let you know that I FINALLY finished the March MATH Common Core centers too...which also means the BUNDLE is up too!







37 comments

Suzy Q said...

I use 'Hands on top...Everybody stop' when we've been using manipulatives so I stand a bit of a chance when talking!

Barbara said...

Whole Brain Teaching...Class/Yes

teacherfirst64 said...

I just raise my hand and patiently wait for others to take notice and follow suit......works some of the time....LOl rwrench64@yahoo.com

Jennifer Malia said...

Read a story :)

manakans said...

I say, "macaroni and cheese" and they say, "everybody freeze"

Cherie said...

Hocus Pocus, Everybody Focus!

Stephanie said...

Gotta love that little bell! Nothing fancy but it works!

carrie Ogulnick said...

I clap a pattern and the students clap back :)

bevesol said...

If you can hear me now. Clap once , if you can hear me now, clap twice. Usually only takes two.

Felicia Tokson said...

123 eyes on me!

Lori Raines said...

I say macaroni and they say cheese and then they freeze. We also have a magic mute button.

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

I do a special little clap and they stop and echo! This is awesome!! I even braved it late last night and opened up a facebook account as a second grade teacher! I love your posts and products so much. Thank you!!

Conchy said...

I use a whistle, vey softly and pretend the wind has gone out of me! They laugh but there is immediate silence.
Conchy

Conchy.Marxano@gmail.com

Lise Arora said...

I usually use class/yes but if they aren't listening I just sit there with out saying a word. I think it kinda scares them, cuz they get really quiet!

1stgradefireworks said...

I use 123 eyes on me ( but I whisper)...I use CLASS! CLASS! (WBT) and we count from 10 -100 by tens OR count by 5's to 100...gets them in their seats FAST! Transitions are smooth & quick! wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com 1stgradefireworks

Shannon Mall said...

Whole Brain Teaching. Class/Yes variations. For the month of February we've been using quotes from Conversations Hearts. EX: Class Dear/Yes Dear. The all time favorite is hug me class/hug me yes. =)

Tiffany Kraemer said...

I use clap and echo or sing part of a song they know and once they realize I'm getting their attention then they continue the song with me :)

Laura Scheunemann said...

I bought these really pretty sounding chimes that work as a wonderful way to bring their attention back. It's a gentle sound, so it's kind of startling how effective it is in grabbing their attention in a loud room. I also use the Whole Brain Class?/Yes! call and responds. My students' favorite this year seems to be doing the McDonald's "ba,da,ba,ba,da..." and they respond by singing, "I'm lovin' it!" We also use singing in line before entering the hallway or the Magic Number game. (What? my class is CHATTY!) ;)

mary said...

clap three times.

Samantha Rigby said...

Teacher says: "Voices"
Students say: "Off!"

:) Sam C.

yearn to learn said...

A little twist on 1,2,3 eyes on me can be 1,2,3, eyes on me with refrain from students being 1, 2 eyes on you.
Thanks for offering your give-away on these 3 great sets of learning activities.

Cindy said...

I use many different techniques - one is to turn off the lights. :o)

Cindy
ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

CindyL said...

I clap a pattern and they must

clap it back to me.

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julie allen said...

I say, "Hey, hey, hey listen up, listen up" and they repeat back. Or "Macaroni and Cheese" then they say "Everybody freeze" and FREEZE or...real quietly I sing, "stop, look, and listen" and they put their hands on their shoulders and sing back, "I am." I like to keep it varied!!

Nicole Peters said...

Our school has a school-wide attention signal. It's slowly counting to 3 with the corresponding finger in the air. One means stop what you're doing. Two means look at your teacher. Three means no talking. Once the kids get what all 3 mean, it is very effective.

Nina Drewis said...

One, two, three eyes on me- the Kiddos respond: one, two, three eyes on you! I also use random number count downs (I put up a number of fingers in any order and the students have to pay attention and call out the number held up!)

poolside teacher said...

I use WBT! My fav is oh darling class and they respond oh darling yes.

Brenda said...

I use several, including ringing a bell or turning off the lights.

Andria said...

Give me five!

Delighted said...

Clapping a pattern & they repeat it.

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Debbie said...

WBT techniques
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irbymd said...

I say, "Class, class", and the students reply with, "class, class". I do it varying tones and styles to get their attention.

MrsLMann said...

We pick a "magic word" (usually a vocabulary word from science) during morning meeting. When I say the magic word "it works like magic" and everyone stops what they are doing, freezes and listens for the next direction.

Chris M. said...

So many great ideas. Thanks for sharing

Mrs. Miller said...

I usually clap a pattern

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