Teaching Resource

Big Problem or Little Problem? – Sorting Activity

PDF | 2 pages|Grades: 2 - 6

A sorting activity for students to place situations in order from the littlest problem to the biggest problem.

Sometimes it is difficult for students to determine what is a small problem and what is an emergency.

With this resource, students will read various situations and order them from a little problem to a big problem.

This sorting activity will create great talking points for social-emotional learning because there will likely be different answers for each student. Students can even justify their answers by explaining why they put them in the order they chose.

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