Best case/worst case problem solving activity

January 8, 2016
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Best case/worst case

This is a simple worksheet to use when a child has a problem. What is the worst thing that could happen? What is the best thing that could happen? What might the middle ground be? This may help them see the problem in perspective. Looking at the worst case scenario can help anyone not only children to see that this is very unlikely to happen. This is best used on a one to one basis rather than in a group situation.

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