Playground and recess SAFETY posters are a classroom management tool meant to teach students proper behavior on the playground. The SAFETY posters give teachers an opportunity to educate their class on how to behave at recess. Each of the posters contains a tip starting with a letter from the word SAFETY. This is a great product to use at the beginning of the year but can be started at any time. Fabulous teaching tool!  $

Playground and Recess SAFETY Rules Posters

Playground and recess SAFETY posters are a classroom management tool meant to teach students proper behavior on the playground.

Recess rules blog on using videos to work on the hidden rules of the playground, and strategies to teach play skills.

I don’t know about you, but with two weeks of school left, we are all a bit squirrelly! You can feel the end is near and it’s making everyone a bit crazy and cranky, kids and adults al…

Playground Rules poster, read aloud, cards, and student certificates for back to school are ready to go. Using visuals to teach routines helps our preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten students a ton!

Playground & Recess Rules Book, Posters, & Student Certificates

Playground & Recess Rules will help you teach your students all about the playground rules and how to stay safe. It includes a class read aloud, rules poster, rule cards, and student certificates. Teaching rules and produces at the beginning of the year

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Positive Discipline: 10 Ways to Stop Taking Recess Away

The Inspired Treehouse - earn 10 positive discipline strategies that are alternatives to removing recess as punishment for negative behavior.

First Grade Roars!: Snapshot...RULES & ROUTINES. Fun with The Recess Queen.

For our second week of school we began to focus on rules and routines in the classroom. We read five fun stories that were great springboar.

Logical Consequences for Breaking the Rules~  Rather than lose recess, connect the consequence to the inappropriate behavior.  One approach is a brief time out so the student can calm down, and then reparative action to "fix" the situation such as taping the torn paper or apologizing to the child whose feelings were hurt.  Good post with helpful action chart!

Logical Consequences in the Classroom

Logical Consequences for Breaking the Rules~ Rather than lose recess, connect the consequence to the inappropriate behavior. Great reminder, and though it is written for elementary school, I completely see ways to use in my grade English class.

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