Flexible Thinking Dealing With Change Interactive Worksheets - Use this free resource with students in primary grades who are transitioning to distance learning and dealing with the many changes that come with school closings. These worksheets address the subject of how to identify the difference between a big change and a small change -- and how these changes make students feel. Additionally, students are taught how to be 'flexible thinkers' by focusing on the positive part of a difficult change they are experiencing. These 6 interactive worksheets are part of a larger 14 page resource (see link below).
6 INTERACTIVE WORKSHEETS INCLUDED in this Freebie!
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14 INTERACTIVE WORKSHEETS INCLUDED
-What is Change? (1 page)
-Big Changes (1 page)
-Small Changes (1 page)
-Changes to your family (1 page)
-Changes at your school (1 page)
-Changes to your routine (1 page)
-How to be a flexible thinker: think positive! (4 pages)
-Find the flexible thought (4 pages)
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10 interactive worksheets: Teaching students the difference between big and little deals and how to cope when presented with both (during school and outside of school).
8 interactive worksheets: Teaching students when and why mistakes happen and how to handle them appropriately (during school and outside of school).
5 interactive worksheets: Teaching students how to 'be a good sport' in sports, games and social situations.
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