This simple, yet effective Problem and Solution Anchor Chart will help your students understand this concept in a fun and meaningful way! Check out this post to learn some effective ways to teach this concept.
This product contains materials for teaching problem and solution to your students. The packet includes: - 2 Posters (one for problem and one for solution) - Problem and Solution Match-Up Center Activity (includes directions for assembly, directions for
This activity helps students identify the problem and solution as part of story elements. Students will read 4 short passages and write the problem and solution in the provided blanks. The activity can be used in or grade, or where appropriate.
This site offers a large list of books with a clear problem and solution which would be great for teaching comprehension.
Yes/No Behaviors for Back to School
This Back to School resource includes 24 picture cards that can be used in multiple ways: Sort the behaviors by positive/negative in a pocket chart. Print the cards for a matching game to elicit discussion of appropriate behaviors in the classroom among your students. Display the Problem cards and discuss and record possible solutions. Included: 24 yes/no behavior cards 2 headers: Problem and Solution for discussion 2 headers: Oh Yes! and Oh No! for sorting, 1 Independent cut and paste…