We use a behavior system in our specials classes and in the cafeteria at lunch. This year is the first year we've been implementing it. The kids have to be silent for the first 10 minutes of lunch and then can talk quietly at their tables. If they are too loud or talk at all during their silent time they get a warning, then the red card. If any table goes to red, the whole class is given red. Classes with no red cards for the week get an incentive. My class is getting too many red cards . They know the expectation, they understand the process, I truly believe it's just too difficult for 28 five-year-olds to be silent for 10 minutes-even if they are eating. But that's our system, so we have work within it. My question is, if you've ever used a system like this, what consequence do you give the class? (I don't believe in taking away recess). I also don't particularly like punishing the whole class because I know it's just a few students. I'm just getting so frustrated with them-I go to pick them up and see that red card. Anything that's worked for others who use a similar system?