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What is Cooperation? Cut and Paste Worksheet

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: 1 - 3

Explore the difference between cooperative and non-cooperative behavior with this cut and paste worksheet.

What is Cooperation? Character Education Worksheet

Every day of their lives, our students are faced with challenges they must overcome. These challenges can be relatively small (such as having to wait in a long line at the school cafeteria), or they can be more significant (such as an argument with a friend or sibling). It is important that our students know how to react and behave cooperatively in these interactions.

Cut and Paste Examples of Cooperation

This worksheet helps students differentiate between cooperative and non-cooperative behavior at school. Students are given a group of 12 statements/scenarios to read and sort into two categories. Students must be able to identify behaviors that are cooperative, and behaviors that are non-cooperative and glue them in their correct columns. 

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