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  • Deb Castle

    Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"----Such a big deal with K Kids! I'll take any help I can get!

  • Courtney Haggerty

    Classroom Management Great for a class meeting on tattling or when bring out the tattle turtle

  • Kennedy Lincoln

    Love this idea!- Pinner said, (Great book to use to teach about tattling! I even created a "Problem Porker" in my classroom. He's a stuffed pig that sits atop our classroom mailbox. Each week, students write down problems they have and "mail" them to the class. We then discuss how to solve them).

  • Marie Michaud

    Room Mom 101: Tattle Tell Some cute ideas for tattles!, School Idea

  • Kathleen Swinehart

    Don't Squeal Unless it's a big deal First Grade teachers beware of tattle tale season coming up

  • Lindsay Stanton

    children's books that teach lessons

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