Top 10 General Safety Rules For Kids At School
- Safety Rule #1 Know Your Name, Number And Address:
- Safety Rule #2 Do Not Eat Anything Given By A Stranger:
- Safety Rule #3 Do Not Climb The Fence:
- Safety Rule #4 Do Not Walk Off The Yard Alone:
- Safety Rule #5 Playing Or Experimenting With Fire Is Not Allowed:
What are the Big 5 classroom rules?
The ‘Big Five’ strategies — rules, routines, praise, misbehavior, and engagement — are the ones with the strongest research support and should be the first steps to managing a classroom that teacher candidates learn.
What are golden rules in a classroom?
Great examples of classroom rules: – If your class are filling out the blank classroom rules poster templates by themselves, and struggling for inspiration, why not share this useful little list with them. Below are some examples of top golden rules for the classroom:
Respect people’s space and property.Listen to the teacher and your peers when they are speaking. Raise your hand before speaking, and do not interrupt others.Take care of your equipment. If you do not like what someone is saying, talk to them about in a polite and respectful manner. Always ask somebody before taking their things, and accept it gracefully if they do not want you to borrow it. Do not use bad or offensive language, or call people hurtful names. Always say please and thank you when necessary.
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What are the 5 to 10 rules?
The 10:5 Rule – A Kindness Hack Over the kindness project, we’ve talked about the benefits of kindness to ourselves and our workplace. However, knowing something is good for us is not always enough to get us moving upon a path of self-improvement. Whether it is trying to exercise more or learn a new language, our old habits, current life circumstances, or any number of obstacles can prevent change in our lives.
- Striving for greater kindness in our lives is no different.
- Whether it’s exhaustion from a tough week at work, or reading the latest news in the world, sometimes it is difficult to keep kindness at the forefront of our thoughts and actions.
- Sometimes, a small forced change in our behavior can be enough to push us in the right direction.
In this spirit, I challenge us all to participate in the “10:5 Rule” over a week. The 10:5 Rule started out as a rule in the hospitality industry to ensure that staff presented a welcoming outward attitude to guests and customers. However, it has become recognized as a helpful way to jumpstart kindness in areas outside of direct customer service.
- The idea behind the 10:5 rule is that anytime you find yourself within 10 feet (3 meters) of someone, you should smile and make eye contact.
- When you are within 5 feet (1.5 meters) of someone, you should greet them with a friendly hello or other greeting.
- It’s a small gesture, but one that can easily shine a kind light toward everyone you encounter.
Please let us know in the Slack #rubin-be-kind channel if you tried to implement the 10:5 Rule in your own life, or if you’ve noticed others following it at work! : The 10:5 Rule – A Kindness Hack