There have been a myriad of issues happening at recess - most (if not all) of them being choices that start appropriate but begin to cross the line into not being appropriate/safe/someone begins to become uncomfortable with a situation. This is the first year it's been coming up more than even just regularly, and so I'd love any advice in how to approach this (whether towards the whole class, or the individuals that come up). To note, I've done some whole-class lessons around the "wise" / "not wise" choices (including the gray area in between, and how to identify that it's starting to cross that line), we've talked about being assertive and sharing with someone what we want them to stop doing and why we need them to stop doing it, and I've had a ton of individual conversations about those choices. I don't want to brush it off (not at all), but rather want to build their independence in handling those situations, as well as trying to quash the number of unwise choices that are happening. Any thoughts?