I use these differentiated thinking about choices worksheets and apology letters in my class to help students think about the problems that they created as a result of their choices and give them a chance to solve them.
2 reflection sheets (one with space pictures, the other prompting words)
2 apology letters (one with space for pictures, the other guiding the words).
These help prompt conversations between me and my students, as well as between us and their families. They show that students acknowledge and understand their mistake, and that they worked to fix it. They are also a great tool for tracking data. They are differentiated based on whether the student is ready to write words and sentences, or simply draw pictures to represent understanding.
They can be used right after the problem happens, or delayed thinking time (including during recess or time out's).
Hope these help!
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