Good morning. Kids’ specialist, Tetchan coach.
Practice of infants and lower grades usually starts from tag game.
In the first year student A, when he was doing it, he was knocking down everyone by knocking down and throwing a cone.
The other day, A happened to throw a cone to B and hit it.
How do you deal with it?
I gathered all of them and asked Mr. A.
“How do you throw and kill corn at the time of a tag game?”
Then, Mr. A obediently apologized to Mr. B.
Followed by the demon, I playfully threw a cone. . .
I do not know. . .
It is only a matter of not placing a cone there, but I definitely want to leave it as a smooth transition to the next exercise. . .
So, we decided to decide the rules.
What should I do in order for everyone to have fun and tags?
Everyone was aware of my intention (because it is a stuff …)
“Do not touch corn at the time of tag game”
I was able to have the rule of common understanding.
The following week ,,,
A got a tag game without touching the corn.
With practice after meeting “cousin glasses”
B who was hit by a corn last week against A,
“I thought that it was good on Tagay because A did not throw a corn.”
Today, A is enjoying tags without having to throw or touch a cone.
The next assignment of A will jump out of range with tags and escape to above the athletic. . . Wonder.
Well, you can leave it alone.
Even so, it is wonderful for first graders to decide rules and accept each other!
I wish you a day full of smiles for you all day today.
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