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Developing problem solving skills allows students to become more independent when facing new issues.
Social and emotional vocabulary learned from 2nd-4th grade.
Whether big or small, we encounter problems every day! That is why it is so important to be able to understand and identify potential problems and solutions.
Fill in the blank for nose-picking hygiene skills.
I can make friends use appropriate language.
You are working on deciding if a behavior is expected (acceptable) or if it is unexpected (unacceptable) in each situation. Example: running at PE is expected, not running in hall
Match each problem to the correct size. SMALL: Something annoying or frustrating. MEDIUM: Need help quickly or someone is breaking minor rules BIG: Emergency. Needs an adult
It’s important to know how to handle bullying, even when we aren’t the ones getting bullied. We try to be an ally and an upstander when we notice others’ getting bullied.
Bullying hurts peoples’ feelings. We should know how to handle bullying, even when we’re not the ones being bullied. Label the person below as a bystander, upstander, or ally.
The Conversation Stoplight teaches us when it’s our turn to talk. When someone finishes talking or pauses, you have a green light. During someone else’s turn, you have a red light.
There are positive and negative ways to get someone’s attention. We should always try to gain attention in a positive way. Otherwise, others might have negative thoughts about us.
when you make an ARGUMENT you are making a claim that you believe is true. this argument is between Xenia and Curtis about does homework help you learn? good luck
Peer pressure is when others your age try to get you to do something you don’t want to do. If you don’t feel comfortable doing it, you should speak up and explain your thoughts.
Practice answering questions about public or private places and behaviors.
Everyone needs help. Asking for help can feel uncomfortable. Knowing who to ask and what to say takes practice. When you ask for help, you create a solution to your problem.
When we talk to our friends, it may be a topic that we are not interested in. A good friend still acts like they’re interested in others’ interests or topics, even if they aren’t.
When our teacher is talking, we should always listen. If we don’t listen, we could miss important directions or information. Fill in the blank with ways to be a good listener.
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