Problem and Reaction: Problem Size Activities for Counseling

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Problem and Reaction Size Lessons: This 2-lesson set includes classroom guidance lessons on understanding the size of a problem and how a reaction can correspond to that. Through hands-on, movement-based activities, students learn about the size of problems using a bowling analogy. Then, they will practice identifying too small, too big, and just right reactions. After participating in these lessons, students will be able to label the size of a problem and be aware of appropriate responses to these problems. A supplemental sorting activity is included for extra practice! These lessons include interactive, cooperative activities to get your students engaged and growing!

❗❗This classroom guidance lesson set is included in this curriculum: Self Regulation Curriculum: Self Regulation Activities for School Counseling.

What's included:
⭐Lesson 13: How Big is This Problem?
⭐Lesson 14: How Big is My Reaction?
⭐Supplemental Problem Size Sorting Activity
→All lessons include the following:
-Detailed, scripted lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment, data collection suggestions, & classroom extension suggestions)
-Pre-/post-test measure
-All necessary handouts
-All necessary visual aids
-PPT slides, games, & activities
-Teacher letter

Get the full self-regulation curriculum here!

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