Conflict Resolution Task Cards

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2nd - 6th
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Learning Objective

Students will practice identifying which conflict resolution strategies they would use in various conflict scenarios.


This is a set of 48 conflict scenario/situation cards. These are great to use with or without Kelso’s Choices or other social problem solving curriculum. Having a set of conflict situations on hand is incredibly helpful – what school doesn’t spend a lot of time on developing positive conflict resolution and problem solving with their students? Most of these scenarios could be well solved using an I-message or I-statement making these great for practicing assertive communication as well. These also make for awesome prompts for informal restorative circles.

I use the cards in my whole group lessons, small group sessions, and individual counseling. A blank page of 6 is included for if you'd like to write in some of your own. Includes materials for making this a SCOOT game and mini posters with I-message sentence stems.

How can you use these task cards? Here’s some ideas!

• For scoot (Which choice/strategy would you use?)

• With movement-based practice activities like 'Ask-Ask-Switch or 'Mingle-Partner-Chat' (directions included)

• On White Boards (Write an I-message for the situation)

• Paired with games like Candy Land, Uno, or Don’t Break the Ice (read a card before you take your turn)


Do your students need extra support with I-Messages?

Try using these pre-written ”Talk it Out” I-Message Statement Cards

Want to help your students learn how to respond to I-messages?

Check out these FREE Reflective Listening Sentence Stem Cards

Want your students to start giving quality apologies?

Check out these Apology Task Cards Set


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