More to explore:
Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Tell/Tattle Anchor Chart
Reporting vs Tattling poster for the classroom. YES
Anchor Charts - Classroom Management
Nonfiction - when I worked at the bookstore customers were always asking where the nonfiction section was. Half the darn store was nonfiction. Could you be more specific, please?
Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts
Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Blog- She has some really great anchor charts for reading/writing genres, elements of literacy, etc.
Finally found a way to explain this to my kids! It's a GREAT help!
Respect lesson character education
"Should I #tattle?" flow chart I made to stop the annoying before it ever starts. docs.google.com/o...
Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: Friday Freebie: Behavior Think Sheet
Im printing this and hanging up next to our family message center. Next time the kids want to tattle on eachother they can check to make sure they are tattling or telling. tattling vs telling
Standard 2.13- 2.18 managing student behavior. This is a great way to help the younger kids in your classroom manage their beahvior so they are not always tattling on one another. Love this idea!
im doing this bday board this week :-) ive been wanting to do it for a while
Use for lesson on tattling vs. reporting *even simpler than the previous tattling vs reporting chart I pinned!