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Tattling vs reporting

Reporting vs tattling and the tattle jar

Tattling vs. Reporting Poster

This Tattling vs. Reporting Poster would not be a bad thing to have in your classroom, so situations like this happen to your students they'll have an idea of how to handle it before coming to you.

Reporting vs. tattling. Great way to explain this to the kids.

Reporting Vs Tattling: hope this helps my kids understand

Great idea! "Brain Sprinkles"! from Dr. Jean. It is an old coffee creamer bottle with the label removed. Fill the bottle with about two tablespoons of rice. Put a piece of plastic wrap under the lid and glue the lid. Everyone will get a little sprinkle before our "Circle Time" begins! From the idea genius of "quiet spray"! Check out her blog!

Karen's Preschool Ideas: 2011 New Classroom Ideas - love the quiet spray and brain sprinkles. This woman is one creative lady!

Seek RESPECT! Not ATTENTION! It lasts longer

a boss vs. a leader

I need to try some of these in two truths and a lie.

How to spot a liar. Very interesting things to look for body language-wise. Of course, I don't have access to a lie detector, but the rest is useful.

I was in church when I first heard this and immediately wanted it in my future classroom.

Homespun With Love: Little Reminders:{Free Prints}

Are you a teacher who is looking for new and fun ways to inspire your students using positive messages? These sticky notes are a unique way to infuse inspiration and motivation in your classroom! Giving your students more encouragement and hope is a win for student success!

Fun Ways to Deliver Positive Messages for Students

Send your kids or students positive messages using sticky notes. Read this post for fun ideas how!

Have students write on this "Think Sheet" as they think about their behavior. It's a great way to calm down class conflicts before talking about the situation at hand.

Think sheet. Have the student fill this out when they have broken a classroom rule or hurt the feelings of another student. Have the student reflect on their behavior and then fix the situation.

Lorinda-Character Education: Be a Detective & Asking A ? Without Blame; Conflict Resolution 4 Immaturity jumps ahead and assigns blame. Learning to investigate and ask the right questions is a life skill.

Conflict Resolution: Asking Questions Without Blame.I think this is meant for parents when dealing with children, but somehow I think it would work well at my job too.

Circle of #influence This is a great tool to help learn to gauge size of #emotional responses. It works along with the problem scale. Rate size of problem then rate size of reaction or emotion.

Another terrific visual

7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Inside circle is Circle of Influence. outside circle is Circle of Concern.


abc's of good character, free printable poster

An Inside Look At #ADHD #Infographic my boyfriend made this infographic!!! #pinterestfamous

An Inside Look at ADHD Infographic. Children with type 2 ADHD often exhibit a number of strengths, including an eagerness to try new things and a hard working spirit. Take a look at this Philadelphia children’s behavior info graphic .

.Our rules for home school

Preschool Wonders: Classroom Management {and a freebie}! LOVE using the potato head parts!

Good classroom decoration

Favorite “Pins” Friday

Good idea for a kids room. Ok- good idea for my room!

This double sided chalkboard photo prop can be used year after year! One side is for the first day of school and the other side is for the last day. Record your

First/Last Day Of School Chalkboard WIth Stats

This double sided chalkboard photo prop can be used year after year!