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Traffic Lights Noise Level Indicator

Submitted by Fiona (11-10-2012)

I made a large set of traffic lights, on the green light I wrote 'Busy', on the amber light I wrote 'Whisper' and on the red light I wrote 'Silent'.

These lights represent the noise level that should be used in our classroom at any given time. I placed a velcro spot on the back of the lights, so that they can be easily moved/changed.

Cheers Fiona :)

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Karen (10-09-2012)

Thank you for this idea I have been using with quite a bit of success - Magic!


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