Attention getters and signals are any sounds and/or body movements that initiate change in a group. Signals are used to start or stop action. Attention getters are used to focus attention. Having a variety of clear signals and attention getters is imperative when working with groups of children. Below are a few examples – feel free to invent your own!
These claps can be used by a group of students to celebrate an individual or group of people for being awesome or for a job well done.