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It's easy to make whisper phones for your classroom using only PVC pipe and duck tape! Your students will love this simple tool for reading practice!

DIY Whisper Phones- Too Easy to NOT make

Teacherific: DIY Whisper Phones. Children use while they read to themselves. Engaging and enhancing learning experiences.

Teacherific: DIY Whisper Phones. Children use while they read to themselves. Engaging and enhancing learning experiences.

Whisper Phones: Students can read into these phones and hear themselves a lot better than reading out loud because the sound travels directly to their ear! Love!

Whisper Phones: Students can read into these phones and hear themselves a lot better than reading out loud because the sound travels directly to their ear! Love!

♪♪It Started with a Whisper♪ ... Phone! {Neon Trees, Anyone?} Tutorial on how to make your own DOUBLE Whisper Phones - http://smarttartslearning.blogspot.com/

♪♪It Started with a Whisper♪ ... Phone! {Neon Trees, Anyone?} Tutorial on how to make your own DOUBLE Whisper Phones - http://smarttartslearning.blogspot.com/

I have been wanting to make whisper phones for my class to use during Read to Self and guided reading groups. I found this picture in p...

I have been wanting to make whisper phones for my class to use during Read to Self and guided reading groups. I found this picture in p...

Make phonics phones out of PVC pipes to help students hear themselves speak. | 19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

Make phonics phones out of PVC pipes to help students hear themselves speak. | 19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Centers in the Library. Nice post about how one school librarian does centers in her library, giving the scoop on what worked, what didn't, and what she's planning for the new school year!

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Centers in the Library. Nice post about how one school librarian does centers in her library, giving the scoop on what worked, what didn't, and what she's planning for the new school year!