This activity focuses on social problem solving in four every day locations: home, school, the grocery store, and a restaurant. The activity is geared toward middle school and high school students and is presented in an age appropriate format. There are 12 social problem solving scenario that occur the home, 18 social problem solving scenarios that occur in the grocery store, 12 social problem solving scenarios that occur in school, and 12 social problem solving scenarios that occur at a restaurant. These scenarios can be used to target social problem solving and reasoning. They can also be used to rate problems on a 1-5 scale, discuss expected and unexpected behaviors, discuss how to avoid problems in the future, discuss body language, and relate the scenarios to students' personal experiences. There are several suggestions for use as well as a game board that can be used with the social problem solving scenario cards.