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Sarah Resseguie
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Social Skills
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Early Childhood, Primary, Intermediate, Secondary, Adult

Big Problem Small Problem When there is a small problem I can use my words. I may cry if there is a big problem. Getting hurt may be a big problem. I may need to cry. My teacher may ask me to do something. That is a small problem. I can use my words I can say "O.K." or "I'm not ready". I might get a cut. That could be a big problem. I may need to cry. I need to ask for help. My teacher may need to work with me. This is a small problem. I can say "O.K." I may get an earache. This could be a big problem. i can tell someone I might not understand my work. This is a small problem. I can raise my hand and ask for help. I might bump my knee and it may hurt. This could be a big problem. It could be reading time with Teacher. This is a small problem. I can sit and listen. I can be calm and quiet. I might hit my head on the playground. This could be a big problem. I need to tell someone. I may need to cry. Someone may take the toy I was using. This is a small problem. I can say "it is still my turn." "Please wait." I could stub by toe and it may really hurt. This could be a big problem. I am not line leader. This is a small problem. "I will wait my turn". reading write library circle time back hurts elbow hurts talk

This material, titled 'Big problem, small problem' Is to help with students crying.

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