This is an interesting idea for me. The lunch period I'm part of is made up of all of the students in our first, second, and third grades. We are *primarily* trying to help get the kids focused on eating and finishing their lunches. So much of our day is structured, I'm honestly pretty grateful for this period of time where the children can converse with each other freely, though we do have to put parameters on it. Our classes enter the lunch room and wait standing behind chairs until everyone has entered. We pray and sing the table prayer together and then require the first five minutes of the lunch period to be silent. The objective in this directive is so that kids will begin eating. So many of our kids would just spend the whole 25 minutes talking and then never eat their lunches before we started this.
I'm glad for the idea, though, to be incorporating loving the true, good, and beautiful in all aspects of our day. I'll be mulling this one over for a bit.