One of my main objectives with my kindergarten classes is to teach them spatial awareness and control. We do a lot of games that have them moving around the gym in random patterns trying to keep them from “popping bubbles”. Today while we were playing I told them that if the popped someone’s bubble (ran into someone) they had to come to a certain location and sit for 5 seconds and then rejoin the game. I couldn’t believe how well it worked! They all tried so much harder to stay in their own space. Their concentration was adorable. They were also very honest about sitting out for the 5 seconds when contact occured. Give this idea a try with any of your younger grades!