Three Solutions, One Problem

ObjectiveTo teach children to make decisions by having several solutions to any problem.
Description Thinking Cap

There are usually many possible ways to resolve a problem; get into the habit of looking for several solutions and then choosing the one with the most positive outcome for all involved. Use the following strategy to help you see multiple solutions and to develop your problem solving skills. 

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1. Identify and think about a problem that you have. 

2. Once you have a clear idea of what the problem is, come up with three possible solutions to your problem. If you can't think of anything then you should brainstorm with a friend or family member.

3. Once you have at least three possible solutions to your problem decide which solution you like the best.

4. Put your solution into action and solve that problem!

 

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Age Range 7    8    9   
Activity Type Routine
Tags Logical-Mathematical Intelligence  Problem Solving  Intrapersonal Intelligence  Linguistic Intelligence 
CreatedCindyCindy
Last ModifiedRobRob

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