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Teach students the difference between small problems and big problems, and how to solve small problems themselves with these interactive resources! Students learn how to talk out their small problems with an I-Message. Digital for Google Slides™, PowerPoint, and printable resources are all included for both in-person and digital learning.⭐ This comprehensive resource includes...✅ An interactive Google Slides™ presentation that teaches about small problems, big problems, and how to solve small pr
Do you ever have a huge interruption in your class for something that can be handled quietly without breaking the flow of learning? This tool will help facilitate conversations to examine what small problems vs. big problems look like. The goal is for your students to be better problem solvers! What's Included: Definition Class Chart Sort Scenarios Independent Sort Writing Prompt
Do your students need a refresher on classroom procedures and deciding what they can handle on their own? This big problem vs. small problem sorting activity can be done whole group, small group, or individually as needed. 24 scenario cards as well as blank cards to create your own scenarios. Also includes 4 recording charts if you choose to use them. Possible answer key included; but it's your class, so you be the judge!Please do not sell or redistribute this product as your own. If you have a
Reaction Size to Big, Medium & Small Problems - Handout, Task Cards, Visuals This product was created to help children: 1) Differentiate between big, medium, and small problems 2) Determine appropriate reaction sizes to problems 3) Generate solutions for various problems What's included: 1) 3-page Handout With information about: why strong problem-solving are importantreview of problem sizes and reaction sizesexplanation about why problem and reaction sizes should matchstrategies for tea
These conflict resolution problem-solving scenarios are realistic, detailed, and the perfect discussion starter for your students on how they can solve problems in the elementary classroom. You can assign the task cards for small groups, use the discussion slides for whole and small group lessons, or even share them on google classroom to make distance learning discussions easier. This Product Includes: •Problem solving cards- 24 scenarios•Problem solving slides- 24 scenarios (PowerPoint and Goo
Teach students the difference between small problems and big problems and empower them to solve small problems themselves with this deck of 22 BOOM Cards™! Students learn to be peaceful problem-solvers in this interactive, self-correcting game. Perfect for SEL, school counseling, and morning meeting! To play, students read the scenario and then click on the girl with her hands together (gesturing a SMALL problem) if it shows a "small problem" or click on the boy with his hands apart (gesturing a
Here is the "Big Problem, Small Problem" Bundle. Included are the following:- Big vs Small Problem Story - Big vs Small Problem Activities- Big vs Small Problem Parent Handout*Please note this file is an independent product and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Think Social Publishing Inc.
This pocket chart sorting activity is perfect for those first few weeks of school when you are teaching routines, setting expectations, and students are learning to be independent problem solvers. This activity is a great way to facilitate important discussions while empowering students to be problem solvers and self managers. These discussions will allow you to establish class norms and expectations, discuss reporting vs. tattling, teach students how to be self managers, and so much more.This r
Preview of this resource: • Boom Cards • PowerPointTargets differentiation of different sizes of problems, and to have appropriate reactions towards the problems.Two file formats are included: Boom Cards™️ and PowerPoint™️ . Each file is 35 pages long. Both formats are interactive with sound effects, while PowerPoint™️ is also animated. This resource includes:Introduction to definition of Big problem & Small problemExamples of big & small problem14 Scenarios for Differentiation of big &
Two cut-and-paste worksheets for young elementary students to help them distinguish between small problems and big problems. The first sheet is appropriate for late kinder-1st grade students; the second sheet is appropriate for 2nd-3rd grade students.
Grades:
K - 3rd
This social story teaches children the difference between big and small problems. It offers examples of how big and small problems are different, and provides strategies to help children become problem solvers. Your child will feel proud of themselves and have skills to use at school and in the neighborhood. Your child will be solving small problems in no time!
InstructionsThese big problem small problem task cards are ideal to use for students who have difficulties understanding the difference between big and small problems. They are a great resource for students who need to develop a better understanding of what’s considered a big problem.These size of problem task cards are made to be used as individual or partner work, or a whole-class activity to get students brainstorming about how big their problem is. To further the discussion, ask students how
In this product, students will decide what is a big versus small problem and then click on either the adult picture or frog (representing Kelso's Choices). Reading ability is not required because I have done a voice-over for each card. There is a description of how big and small problems are defined and there is a list of the 9 Kelso's Choices in the small problem definition as strategies. Knowledge of Kelso's Choices is important as the frog represents these choices. There are 25 playing car
This poster set will help to teach students the difference between big problems (that you would see the counselor about) and small problems (that you might try to solve yourself first before seeking help). These posters are perfect for displaying in your office or outside your door. They are also perfect to use during your Introduction to the Counselor lessons when talking about self-referrals. These also could be used during individual and group counseling to discuss when a student might ne
Help students identify the size of their problem with this deck. Students will slide the two problems into a BIG PROBLEM or small problem box. With many of the scenarios taken from my own classroom experience, you know there will be real application to this deck! Your Boom Learning reports will show your students' strengths and weaknesses in terms of being able to determine the size of the problem.***All questions set to read aloud automatically!These cards include both graphics and text and
Visual tool to help students manage the size of the problem and what they can do to cope. This product uses symbolstix visuals.
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
There are a total of 36 peg cards which explores various school difficulties and problems. Each card includes one realistic problem that students can resonate with as well as reflective options to explore whether that problem is small or big. In addition a rating scale has been included to help the student reflect and isolate the severity and impact of the presenting problem. This is a great activity for individual or group counseling activity. Laminate the cards and use a white board marker or
This product includes activities to teach the concept of "big problems" vs "small problems." These activities go well with my "Big Problem or Small Problem" story (see Featured Items in my TPT store), but can also be used independently. Activities include: - Colouring pages- Identifying whether problems are big or small - Making "big problem" and "small problem" shapes to use in whole class activity - Completing a "big problem" vs "small problem" chart **Cover Clip Art Credit: Kari Bolt https:/
InstructionsThese task cards are ideal to use for students who have difficulties understanding the difference between big and small problems. They are a great resource for students who need to develop a better understanding of what’s considered a big problem.These size of problem task cards are made to be used as a classroom game or partner work to get students brainstorming about how big their problem is. To further the discussion, ask students how to solve their big or small problems.TASK CARD
This is a 49-page resource I created to demonstrate to students with additional needs the difference between big and small problems. It was a resource one of my students (diagnosed with ASD) requested, because they were having difficulty knowing what was a big problem, requiring adult assistance, and what was a minor problem they should ignore. It is a very comprehensive document. The way these social stories work is to provide additional content, so you can simply print the pages you need (rath
This product was designed to teach students how to differentiate between and go about solving big and small problems. When teaching any social communication or problem-solving skill, I like to read a story and then do a corresponding craft or activity. Since there aren't any stories about big vs small problems, I created a simple one. The story provides:1) Examples of big and small problems at school and in the home2) Simple questions to ask yourself in order to determine if a problem is big or
Purchase this bundle and gain access to over 40 pages of materials to teach, review, and discuss size of the problem and reaction!What's included?Product #1: Size of the Problem & Reaction Activity: Includes 50 scenarios & various big, medium, and little visuals for discussing the size of problems and reactionsProduct #2: Size of the problem card game (does NOT discuss reaction, only big and little problems)Click "view preview" to take a closer look at each product before purchasing!
This presentation gives an overview of conflict resolution. It shares a definition of conflict and resolution. It also gives examples of small and big problems and ways to get help for each type of problem. This presentation is a good tool to empower students to work out small problems peaceably and to get help from an adult for big problems that may be more serious.
Grades:
PreK - 5th
A social skills lesson to teach kids how to have appropriate reactions. Included is:A story to with a problem to solve about appropriate reactions Opportunity for students to collaborate on how to solve the problem in the story with a provided solution for teacherAn activity to practice appropriate reactions A worksheet about having appropriate reactions Appropriate reactions expected/unexpected chart Recommended book(s) for further study For a bundle of social skills lessons, see:https://www.te

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