What Do You Do With a Chance? Literature Unit Activities for Kids:
These What Do You Do With a Chance? Activities were designed for 1st-4th grade.
The activities in the literature companion focus more on the concepts presented in the story and less on the content (although vocabulary words and comprehension questions are included in list form and task card form).
In addition to 10 vocabulary cards, 14 discussion question task cards, and various worksheets, you will also find a variety of tasks where students can reflect on taking risks.
Taking chances (risks) is at the heart of growth mindset instruction. Students will find several opportunities to reflect on taking risks using these activities.
This product will help your students understand the benefits of taking risks. They will also learn that making mistakes is a fantastic opportunity to learn something new.
These activities are perfect for teachers or counselors helping students develop a growth mindset and understand that taking risks is okay, even if there is a possibility of failure.
This What Do You Do with a Chance file includes activities related to the following:
- Discussion questions and task cards
- What is a problem?
- Growth mindset vocabulary
- Vocabulary cards
- What is a risk? What is an outcome?
- Taking a chance pros and cons
- Journal Writing
- A chance can be an opportunity
- What can be learned from taking chances?
- My extraordinary mistake
- Cootie catcher
Here are individual links for each Kobi Yamada Literature Unit:
- What Do You Do With an Idea Book Activities
- What Do You Do With a Problem Book Activities
- What Do You Do With a Chance Book Activities
- Maybe Book Activities
- Trying Book Activities
- The Candy Dish Book Activities
NOTE: THIS FILE INCLUDES A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!
This product includes a digital option (as well as the no prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet.
This PDF file contains 38 pages + Google Slides™.