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Choosing Safe Playground Games

Choosing Safe Playground Games
Choosing Safe Playground Games
Choosing Safe Playground Games
Choosing Safe Playground Games
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Recess can be a time when students have the hardest time controlling their behavior. Oftentimes fights break out when children are trying to play a game. Help students figure out which games are great for the playground and which games might not be a good choice. This lesson includes 5 parts: Poster, Setting a Purpose, Teaching Examples, Activities and Role Playing and Reinforcement Activities.

If you like this lesson, check out the others in the series. You can find them in my Behavior Lessons Bundle

5 Ways to Avoid a Fight
A Safe Recess
Being a Bucket Filler
Building Trust
Choosing Safe Playground Games
Controlling Your Behavior
Dealing with Anger
"I Feel ____" and "Talk and Squawk"
Everyone Wants to Belong
Good Fit Video Games
Keeping Hands and Feet to Yourself
Knowing your Anger Triggers
Lining Up Properly
Showing Respect to Others
Snow, School and You: A Guide
Tattling vs. Telling
The Golden Rule
The Importance of Being Honest
Total Pages
5 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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