5.)Claire would not sit down at the lunch table. When she spilled her milk the teacher said she could not have more until the afternoon snack. What kind of consequence did Claire have? 6.)Consequences must be selected carefully: they must matter to teachers and they must: 7.)If a child accidentally hurts another child and the teacher has him help the other child get ice or a Band-Aid so that he can see the results of his carelessness, this is a form of: 8.)If a child is building a tower that is not sturdy and an adult does not intervene but instead lets the child build until the tower collapses the adult is allowing the child to learn from a/an __________ consequence. 9.)Jason has been told not to run up the stairs. His teacher see’s him getting ready to run and does not stop him. Jason trips and hits his elbow. Why should the teacher let this happen?
10.)Jimmy hates school lunches. He is eating one today because he left his bag lunch at home and his mom refused to bring it to school. Jimmy’s mom is teaching him responsibility through a __________ consequence. 11.)Joby pushes Becky down on the play ground and she skins her knee. What would be an appropriate consequence? 12.)Kelly is making Sam cry by drawing on Sam’s artwork. Sam and his teacher, Mr. White, have discussed the problem with Kelly, but she refuses to stop. What should Mr. White do? 13.)Robbie became frustrated at the sand table and began yelling at the other children using the sand table. Robbie’s teacher removed him from the sand table and told him that he would have to find somewhere else to play until he was ready to play peacefully at the sand table. What kindof consequence is this? 14.)Thoughtful consequences do NOT: 15.)Two second-grade girls are caught throwing wet toilet paper all over the girls restroom. What is an appropriate related consequence for the girls?
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