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Tattle Tale Tips

by Michelle
Have you ever had a class where you feel like they couldn't get along with their own shadow? In reality, it's only a handful of students who want to "report" every infraction, but it's exhausting when you get this group. I've found 2 different things that help combat tattling syndrome. #1 - Warm Fuz...
  • Ellyce

    Kelso's Choices- this would be great for social skills

  • Melissa Giove

    "Kelso's Choice Wheel" guides problem solving and conflict resolution

  • Lois Ross

    Make a problem solving wheel to help children make good choices. This is one of the most effective tools I have found to help kids make good choices to solve their own problems. I have the big poster in my room; I have made copies of the small posters to display in lower elementary classrooms. Kids really use these.

  • Laura Lee Stone

    Kelso's Choice classroom management

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