Inclusive, fun and engaging - recess as it deserves to be!
Introducing structure and organization to play time, with a focus on communication, inclusivity, leadership, and fun!
KidzToPros Structured Recess provides an array of fun and innovative activities that not only promote physical activity, but inspire creativity, improve leadership skills, and encourage inclusivity. Our activities encourage your child to think and play outside of the box, while adhering to the rules of each game they play. We support equality and strive to inspire the leaders of tomorrow, so each week a new child is allowed to be the leader of their activity station. Our structured recess ensures that all children are included and engaged, encouraging fun, positive social experiences with their classmates!
Benefits of structured recess
Improves School Climate
Schools with restructured recess report fewer bullying incidents and disciplinary referrals
Improves physical health and social skills.
Structured recess encourages students to be active and play with their classmates. That activity reaps benefits in their behavior and learning process.
Improved behavior and participation in class
Teachers report improved behavior and attention in the classroom after vigorous structured recess.
Recess serves as a necessary break from the rigors of concentrated, academic challenges in the classroom. But equally important is the fact that safe and well-supervised recess offers cognitive, social, emotional, and physical benefits.
What Makes KidzToPros Recess The Best
Multitude of programs to choose from
KidzTopros offers an array of fun and innovative activities that promote physical activity, inspire creativity, improve social skills and enhance school climate.
We encourage and embrace creativity
Children are encouraged to think and play out of the box. All of our activities allow children to be creative within the rules of the games.
Inspire the leaders of tomorrow
We support equality and strive to inspire leaders of tomorrow. Each week, a new child is selected to be the leader of their activity.
Did you know?
Many U.S. children aren’t active enough
According to a 2017 study, fewer than 1 in 3 American children get enough exercise every week
Structured recesses improve schools’ climate
Researchers found that schools using a structured recess model reported fewer bullying incidents
Finland is the recess champion
First graders in Finland spend only 4½ hours a day in school, including 1½ hours spent on recess
Quality of recess makes a big difference
Systems that encourage students to be active and play are more likely to reap benefits
More adults need to participate in recess
Having more adults participating in play increases students’ activity during recess
Parents are fighting for recess time
Mothers in Orlando petitioned the state government and won a statewide recess mandate
American Academy of Pediatrics
Teachers have reported
improved behavior and attention
in the classroom after vigorous