Why raise your hand when you can moo? Encourage student response with some silliness! Sounds include “cock-a-doodle-doo,” “moo,” “neigh,” and “bark.”
• 12 animal buzzers – dog, cow, rooster, horse
• Cardboard display box
Requires 2 AAA batteries, included
Learning Style: Audio
Self Help - Speak up! Buzzers help students need to learn to be assertive, teaching them to be loud and direct when they want to voice their opinion or answer a question.
Social/Behavioral - Use the auditory cues to teach and reinforce the understanding of raising a hand to answer a question in class.
Language - Conversational turn taking is a difficult task to master. Students can listen to what animal is heard first to identify who has the floor to talk.