Traffic Light Noise Management
Having trouble with a noisy classroom? This traffic light noise management tool can help you monitor and control noise.
This traffic light noise management tool is a fun way to control and monitor noise within the classroom. It will help ensure a good classroom environment. Plus, it's easy to make!
Supplies Used: White Mountboard, Metallic Cardstock, Wooden Peg, Ribbon, Scissors, Glue
The teacher will die-cut the materials for student use prior to the lesson.
- Die-cut three circles using (15656-LG) out of red, green and amber cardstock.
- Die-cut the words ‘silence’, ‘quiet’ and ‘normal’ using (31497-LG) out of black cardstock.
- Die-cut an arrow using (16779-LG) out of blue cardstock.
- Trim a piece of metallic cardstock so that it’s the correct size for the traffic light pole.
- Trim a piece of black cardstock so that it’s the correct size for the traffic light.
- Adhere the circles onto the black cardstock (the traffic light) using glue.
- Adhere the metallic pole onto the white mountboard using glue.
- Adhere traffic light and the lettering onto the mountboard using glue (use the image as a reference).
- Use the glue gun to adhere the arrow onto the wooden peg.
- Attach the peg onto your chosen noise level.
- Finally, adhere the ribbon onto the back of the mountboard so that it’s ready to hang up in the classroom.