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It's that time again! Time for "You Oughta Know....", the monthly linky party hosted by Jasmine from Buzzing with Mrs. McClain, where teacher bloggers from all over get together to share something they really want you to know about.
This year I am really trying to use my digital classroom more. I have this beautiful digital "thing" in my room that is connected to a projector and sound system - no more overhead projectors for me! I'm pretty good with the basics (although I keep forgetting how to get the interactive whiteboard set up), but I know that there is so much more right at the tip of my fingers that I don't even know about. Yet.
So, what is it I'm going to share with you? Well it's an app (I'm probably the last one to know about it), and it's pretty cool. It's called Bouncy Balls, and it's a fun (and free) way to help students learn to monitor their noise level. My kiddos love it. It's super quick and easy to set up, and just might free your time up just a little bit by not having to stop and fuss at the class to quiet down.
 
Super quiet!
Whoa there, time to bring it down!
Not only can you display the plastic balls, but you can also display emoji's, eyeballs, or bubbles!

I think the eyeballs would be cute at Halloween.

Click on the link above or below to get Bouncy Balls for your classroom.

Y'all have a great week!
karen

Hi everyone! One of my bloggy buddies, Kelly from An Apple for the Teacher is celebrating 700 followers with a huge giveaway! Enter for a chance to win a $25 TpT gift card and 70 products. Some products are winner's choice, while some contributors (like me) have donated a specific product.

I hope you will all head over for a chance to be the big winner. You never know! I've actually won a few giveaways! 
In other news, I just released my newest product. My Science Journaling Pages has been one of my more popular products. I started off with only six pages, but I have cleaned up the graphics, fonts, etc. and added lots of new stuff. The new and improved Science Journaling Pages has about forty-eight pages of no-prep basic reflection sheets, flip books, and graphic organizers that are perfect for any third through fifth science subject area. 
I hope you all have a great week!
karen
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