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Conflict Resolution Lesson


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This conflict resolution lesson is the perfect fit for teaching social problem-solving to middle and upper elementary students! It includes a slideshow to teach and model seven different strategies (have students act them out!), five worksheets, and 48 scenario cards to use in lots of different conflict resolution activities.

How can you use these task cards? Here are some ideas!

  • For scoot (Which choice/strategy would you use?)
  • With movement-based practice activities like ‘Ask-Ask-Switch or ‘Mingle-Partner-Chat’ (directions included)
  • On White Boards (Write an I-message for the situation)
  • Paired with games for use with individuals and small groups
  • In community gatherings/restorative circles


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My students loved these cards. They were perfect for the cooperative learning structure of quiz-quiz-trade. […].” ~Mary H.

“I used this resource to build capacity for students’ resilience. The concepts are easy to follow and teach. It can easily be used with many age groups. Excellent product.” ~Sandra F.


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“I used this resource to build capacity for students’ resilience. The concepts are easy to follow and teach. It can easily be used with many age groups. Excellent product.”

“I used this as a buddy activity between 6th and 2nd graders (my school pairs up grade levels to work on different skills). The 6th graders were very eager to explain to younger students how to work out problems. the scenarios were great for both grade levels to understand and work with.”

“My students were struggling with resolving conflicts with each other. I used these task cards to help them practice their “I” statements. I love that the situations on the cards are situations that they actually deal with (and complain about) so we can practice them together.”