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RESTROOM EXPECTATIONS 3 CORNERS ACTIVITY
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Use the restroom during passing time.
ANSWER Achieve – Use the restroom during passing time.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Flush the toilet.
ANSWER Safety/Order – Flush the toilet.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Wait your turn.
ANSWER Safety/Order – Wait your turn.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Respect personal space and privacy.
ANSWER Respect – Respect personal space and privacy.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Wash your hands.
ANSWER Safety/Order – Wash your hands.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Limit conversations.
ANSWER Respect – Limit conversations.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Report any problems to an adult.
ANSWER Safety/Order – Report any problems to an adult.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Get in and get out quickly.
ANSWER Achieve – Get in and get out quickly.
WHAT RULE DOES THIS EXPECTATION FIT WITH? Keep the restroom clean.
ANSWER Safety/Order – Keep the restroom clean.
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