Modern School Playground Rules
Today’s kids are having a very different school playground experience than their parents and grandparents. Concerns over injuries and general safety have prompted schools to eliminate many traditional games from the school yard, such as tag and red rover and stop actions like hanging upside down on the monkey bars and jumping off of swings. These new playground rules are meant to keep kids safer and keep the school out of trouble.
Modern school playground rules by type of equipmentRead More
The New Generation’s School Playground Safety Rules
Many of the school playground games that parents remember playing as kids are no longer allowed: dodge ball, tag, red rover and even activities like hanging upside down or sitting on top of the monkey bars, jumping off of swings and climbing up or sliding head first down the slide. We are in a new era where school playground safety concerns over child injuries from falls and collisions, fights and other problems have led to strict safety rules that eliminate some traditional childhood games and activities.Read More