This activity includes 60 situations in which students must determine if the problem is a big issue or a little one. Students can also provide a solution to the problem.
To prepare: Print and cut out all pencil cards. Laminate for durability if desired.
To use: Students take turns drawing pencil cards. Then, they determine if the situation is a big problem or a little problem. Last, they can generate a solution to the problem.
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