Do you have students that often overreact to small problems? This fun apple themed activity pack with teach young students the importance of matching their problem size (small, medium, or big) to their reaction, in order to avoid overreacting.
Students will learn how to figure out what size their problem is and what an expected reaction would be based on the size of the problem. This activity packet is super fun because students can use dot markers to quickly identify common problems at school, home, and with peers as well as the difference between small, medium, and big reactions to problems.
This activity packet also includes a fun Comparing Apples to Apples game to help students practice matching the size of common problems to expected reactions.
*Size of the Problem Poster
*Determining the Size of Problem Checklist
*Size of the Reaction Poster
*Apple Picking the Size of the Problem Worksheets (students will identify the size of common problems at home, school, and with peers by coloring the apples)
*Apple Pickin’ Size of the Reaction worksheet (students will the apples based on the size of the reaction)
*Matching Problem Size to Reaction Size practice worksheets
*What’s the Size of My Problem Worksheet (students identify a problem they are having and answer questions in order to figure out the size so that they can have an expected reaction)
*Comparing Apples to Apples game