A Sticky Situation
Children experience many situations as they move through primary grades and into middle school. These activities help promote problem-solving skills. Some children prefer to draw while others prefer to talk. Please adapt these activities to your child's abilities and interests.
For the adult: Discuss this with your child or teen, and write a few sentences about how one should effectively resolve this sticky situation.
For the child: Draw and write a short comic using the ideas from the discussion and words above to resolve the sticky situation.