I use this to explain Big Problems, Medium Problems and Small Problems to my students. It is very effective with autistic children, but all students will benefit from the activity. Show pictures of various problems (house fires, kids pushing, dropping something) and ask students to discuss what kind of problem it would be. Then discuss how their reaction should be to the problem. Role playing is always valuable when teaching young students these strategies. My students love it and refer to this printable when someone overreacts.
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