This activity is made to get children to think about rules that they think are important as classroom rules. There are 15 different rules that children will need to cut out. In groups, get children to pick the five rules they think are most important, getting them to justify why they think they are the five most important.
This can then lead in to a classroom discussion looking at each groups selection and getting them to discuss why they picked them.
These can also be used to then create the class rules for the year if their is a clear set of favourite rules or by voting on each one.
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Very useful for Induction. Thanks for sharing.
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