Downloadable Activities: Freddie and Friends - Bugging Out

Teach Students How to React Appropriately to Their Problems

Author: Kimberly Delude, MA, CCC-SLP
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Kids often think everything that happens to them is a BIG deal. This leads them to overreact to small situations. A big reaction to a small problem can make a situation more dangerous or take longer to resolve. The first step to helping children react appropriately is helping them realize that some problems are big problems and others are No BIGS! The activities offered can help children learn to identify when a problem is a big deal and match their reaction to the size of the problem. Included are games, worksheets, and discussion questions to go along with the storybook, Freddie and Friends: Bugging Out

Five Downloadable Activities include:

    • Big or No Big? Race to the Finish
    • Big No Big Paddle
    • Does the Reaction Equal the Size of the Problem?
    • What Else Could You Do?
    • Match the Reaction

Freddie and Friends: Bugging Out is recommended for these activities.

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Produced by Boys Town Press

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