June 14, 2012

Problem Solving Poster

Pick yourself up off the floor . . .

Come on, you can do it!

I know it's shocking that I've posted a so many times in the last week or so after neglecting this little ol' blog for months.

But it's summer people!

Can I hear a woo woo?!

A few days ago I posted a freebie poster about how to calm yourself down.

Here is another one.  Click on the picture to download.


We brainstorm problems and go through each step.  The kids love it.  Role play, be silly, have fun, be serious!

Use it for problems big and small.

Post it somewhere where you and the kids can easily see it.  I even have a laminated copy that I have been known to hall to recess with me.  (Some years and groups you need it more than others.)  I've got the poster on how to calm yourself down on the back.  Use a ring to hang it on the fence during recess if you need to.
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Make it so that kids can use it.

There have been years where I've forgotten to bring it to recess and someone will ask if they can go get it.

The more you use it at the beginning of the year the less you'll need it physically later on as the kiddos internalize it.

Enjoy!
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7 comments :

  1. I am loving your posters! I can't wait to print them out & put them up next year. Thanks for sharing! :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  2. How great! I love it! We say in class all the time "Problem Solve."
    Rowdy in First Grade

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    1. Sometimes I feel like a broken record...

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  3. Love this poster. I'll definitely put it to use in the fall!

    Lisa

    Stories from Room 114

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  4. Oh! What a great idea to bring to it recess!!!

    Misty
    Think, Wonder, & Teach

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  5. I just found your blog and I am your newest follower! I LOVE your blog design too... I am currently shopping around for a blog design (I've been using a freebie until I decide what I want). You are definitely on my short list!

    Susan
    T.G.I.F. (Thank God it's First Grade!)

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Thanks for filling my bucket!

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