Enhance your classroom
with our fantastic TRAFFIC LIGHTS DISPLAY. An excellent resource
for classroom management. Teachers can use this resource in several
different ways to suit their class: * to monitor pupils'
* to control classroom tasks
* to reward pupils for good behaviour etc.
The pack includes:
- A large blank traffic
- Three rule posters for the wall, for the different uses of the
traffic light. Select the appropriate one for your class.
- Three coloured lights, and three alternative lights with
- Sets of double-sided rules to stand on each table to remind
pupils of your rules. Again, select the appropriate one for your
Simply print out what you require. We recommend that this resource
is laminated. The coloured discs can be attached to the traffic
light with blu-tack or velcro.
1. This display is an excellent resource for managing noise levels.
When the class is working at an acceptable noise level, then
display thegreenlight. As the noise level rises,
replace the green light with theamberlight as a warning. Theredlight is used to
indicate unacceptable noise levels. This light tells the class to
stop making noise.
2. Put up theredlight when the class
needs to work silently, theamberlight when the
children will be allowed to whisper and thegreenlight when it is
acceptable to talk.
Use the lights to control classroom tasks. Thegreenlight means that it is
'work time', theamberlight means 'tidy up'
and theredlight means 'listen to
PUPILS: The traffic lights can also be
used as a way of rewarding pupils. This method can be developed to
work alongside reward systems already established in the classroom.
One example: if the green light stays on, pupils can earn team