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Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales by Jeanie Franz Ransom illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic The original person who posted said----"Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"

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Haha...a great way to teach points of view in writing...and not to mention, it's funny! by abigail

Seriously, Cinderella is so annoying! : the story of Cinderella as told by the wicked stepmother by Trisha Speed Shaskan. The classic tale of Cinderella is told by her stepmother, who was not really so wicked after all.

!Kids love and can relate to Hello David. This is a cute anchor chart showing what NOT to do in school.

read the "No David" book(s). Then ask the children what a peacebreaker is and write down what they say. Then do the same for a peacemaker! Hang in the classroom as a reminder to the children!

I am a voracious reader and a devoted middle school English teacher. Every year, my focus has been to teach my students about being kind to others and being an upstander who stands for doing what i…

5 Picture Books That Have Influenced My Teaching of Social Justice Issues by Vanessa Capaldo

The Sandwich Swap by Queen Rania of Jordan Al Abdullah, Kelly DiPucchio, Tricia Tusa. This wonderful story of two best friends shows that friendship is more powerful than difference. It teaches tolerance and acceptance.

Getting Control of a Difficult Class- a MUST READ for any teacher at the end of his or her rope! #classroom management

Getting Control of a VERY DIFFICULT CLASS

Kindergarten Classroom - Getting Control of a Very Difficult Class: Practical tips for new and veteran pre-K, & first grade teachers to help successfully teach and tame a very strong willed group of wild and wonderful children.

Great video lesson on teaching children the difference between tattling and reporting. Graphics from www.mycutegraphics.com

Wonderful video lesson to teach children the difference between tattling and reporting. You are not the only one that has a hard time explaining the difference! Even big kids don't know the difference. Could be great for anti-bullying

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