Identifying Problems As Big Or Little

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Identify your triggers. Write them down, then identify your personal coping skills or make a coping tool box. Those coping mechanisms work temporarily. What can you do to transform your trigger to NOT having it at all? Find this Pin and more on big problem, little problem by molson3215. update to represent age appropriate .Key words and phrases. Ask students to identify/label an issue e.g., "Is this is a big deal or a little deal?" . If students are uncertain how to label the issue, scaffold their response e.g., "This is just a little deal because we can. " . When something is a big deal to the student, prompt problem solving e.g., "Can we make this . - Inside: A quick and easy to set up lesson to teach kids about the size of different problems they face, and the size of their reactions to these problems. A small issue like breaking a pencil can lead to a big reaction. Have your child sort through and figure out what is a small . - Size of the problem is something I definitely target in some way each week! I typi.y teach size of the problem using the following hierarchy: 1 Big vs small problems. 2 Small, medium, or big problems. 3 Five levels of problems. I move onto the next level once the child can sort problems into the .

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