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- Each pictured classroom problem scenario in this easy to use set lets you work on taking perspectives, solving problems, emotions, and character trait vocabulary. The half-page format will let you easily view the PDF on your device as a basis for discussion, just printing the worksheets. Or you can$14.20$17.75Save $3.55
Solve problems using perspective-taking skills in this fun, easy-to-use set that keeps students engaged as they personalize the common classroom problem scenarios. Students build vocabulary for feelings and character traits in the story context while working on perspective taking, explaining, summarizing, and conflict resolution skills. Worksheets at varying levels, mini-posters, and games provide lots of material to help you meet student needs in mixed-level groups.
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Problem scenarios: working together, acting out, and being able to concentrate.
Activities included: (make differentiated instruction easy!)
1. Write sentences for a vocabulary pre/post: 2 emotions and 2 character traits per story.
2. Discuss the pictured scenario that engages students, as they provide details that are meaningful to their lives.
3. Refer to the vocabulary definition cards in each unit.
4. Tell the emotions and explain why.
5. Explain the problem and tell what the characters could be thinking.
6. Follow the steps to solve the problem.
7. Tell what they could say to solve the problem.
8. Tell what they could be thinking when the problem is solved.
9. Tell the emotions and draw a picture to show the conclusion.
10. Tell the emotions and write about a similar experience.
11. Complete the multiple-choice vocabulary worksheets.
12. Share an experience with the common classroom problem and how it was resolved.
13. Refer to the Feelings and Traits mini-posters for bulletin boards.
14. Play the fun Problem Vocabulary and Feelings and Traits Games. (Picture and word levels for your varied learners.)
The half-page format will let you easily view the PDF on your device as a basis for discussion, just printing the worksheets. Or you can print the entire set and format it as 3 separate booklets or as large task cards! There's a Google slides version, too, for no print digital learning and teletherapy.
What are happy buyers saying?
* Love, love, love this product! So wonderful for my pragmatic kiddos!
* I started a social group this spring and was lacking perspective taking materials. Thankfully, I was able to purchase this product! I love how it includes vocabulary that corresponds with the different units. Thanks again!
* I use these with my students in the self-contained classroom. They enjoy trying to analyze these and I have found some carry-over into the hallway and lunch room settings.
* I bought this packet even though I knew it was a bit too old/difficult for my student (2nd grader), but there are so many great pages I was able to pull from it that I could use throughout a whole session. Thank you!
* I love using this product with my social skills groups! The younger students enjoy the visuals and makes working on the skills more enjoyable.
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• Problem Solving Social Skills and Perspectives Activities Freebie for Elementary
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