Looking for a way to teach Problem Solving in your classroom in a fun and meaningful way? This, "What Do You Do with a Problem?" activity pack can help you accomplish just that!
This pack is jammed packed with over 50 pages of meaningful resources to help open the eyes of your students that we all face challenges in our lives....often every day! Teaching children how to develop a plan of attack can help motivate your students while also teaching them the valuable lesson of problem solving.
This pack includes Vocabulary, Writing, Cut and Paste, and Emotion activities (with answer keys) to help get your students talking about how to solve problems, instead of simply having the teacher or their parent handle the situation for them.
This pack was designed to be used in conjunction with the book, "What Do You Do with a Problem," but certainly can be used without it (vocabulary is taken from the literature piece but all other activities can be completed on their own).
When I first read this book standing in the children’s section of Barnes and Noble, I instantly fell in love with it! This book has so much opportunity for children to learn and understand that it’s ok to have a problem--we all do and will everyday for the rest of our lives! This picture book is an easy read and the beautiful illustrations will certainly captivate the bright eyes in your classroom! (This book goes hand in hand with the popular, “What Do You Do with an Idea?” children’s book)
This set was developed to guide students in developing a plan of attack when it comes to problem solving, while still focusing on content. I’ve included several vocabulary activities, writing, and of course a craftivity to go with it at the end of your study!
This is a great back to school book, but can certainly be used at anytime throughout the school year, especially if your little ones may need some reminding when problems may arise.
This book can be purchase via Barnes and Noble or Amazon. Enjoy! ~Jamie