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Do your students have huge reactions to small problems? Help your students show expected behavior by using this social learning resource!
I use this resource with my own PK-2 grade students when introducing, learning and reviewing the expected reaction to small problems. By comparing “Just a Glitch” problems (e.g. broken pencil) with a “Big Problem” (e.g. broken leg) you can help students gain an appropriate perspective on their own reactions.
Size of the Problem Category Visuals (3 pages)
Problem Visuals (2 pages)
Size of the Problem Poster (11”x17’’)
Just a Glitch- A Glitch is a very small problem that is easily solved by yourself.
-I broke my pencil.
-I misspelled a word.
-I am last in line.
Small Problem- A Small Problem is a problem that you need to use a strategy or an adult to help you solve.
-It’s too loud.
-Someone took something from me.
-No one will play with me.
Big Problem- A Big Problem is a problem that you need a community helper to solve.
-There was a car accident.
-I broke my leg.
-There is a forest fire.