Voice Level Chart- Click here to purchase this product on TPT.
Using a voice level chart is a great visual reminder of voice level expectations in your classroom, as they are changing all the time!
I like printing each page of the voice level chart on cardstock, laminating, and using magnets to attach to my whiteboard (so I can move around if needed.) I use a magnet to move up and down to indicate the voice level expectation for the activity.
You can also choose to staple to a wall or bulletin board and use clothespins to indicate your voice level expectations.
What is Included?
- Voice level charts in 3 designs to meet your needs.
- PowerPoint file with blank templates (font removed) so you can create to meet your classroom needs!
Print each page on a standard 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. You will cut out your pieces before assembling.
This product will be downloaded as a ZIP file. It will include 1 PDF and 1 PowerPoint file. You must have PowerPoint to use and edit this file. For a free month trial of PowerPoint, click here.
What fonts did you use?
The fonts used in the resource are listed in the download.
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If you are having trouble downloading or opening the voice level chart, feel free to reach out! First, make sure you have unzipped files (if needed) by right clicking the folder and choosing “extract.” If you still have questions, please send a message to the following email: email@example.com
I am not currently taking custom orders at this time.
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