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    • Brittany Clay

      Behavior Chart - Problem Reaction. I like this for processing through problem situations. Need to make my own and adapt a few things though.

    • EnolaEnola

      Awesome problem-reaction chart to help students process their (over)-reactions to situations

    • Michelle Headrick

      problem-reaction chart to help children process their (over)-reactions to situations

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