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    Tattling scenarios...great for a whole group lesson

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    • Kim

      Tattling = to get someone in trouble Telling = to get yourself help. Repeat approximately 678,928 times throughout the school year.

    • Lauren Sidwell

      Tattling scenarios...great for a whole group lesson on when to report important things and when things can be solved without help from a teacher.

    • Sarah Calvert

      What the Teacher Wants!: Tattling - use these cards to act out scenarios and come up with possible solutions

    • Cassie Irwin

      Could incorporate into tattling lesson. This website also has many great ideas, teacher friends!!

    • Raina Walters

      use the cards to act out(hands to self of course)each scenerio with your child & ask them what they would do?Then work with them on how to handle the situation in a more constructive way.know when to talk to an adult,walk away,or when to remove yourself from the drama.we as parents are OUR childrens teachers in life.see how they would handle each scenerio~even add more for age appropriate.when is it kids being kids or bullies?Our children need to know the tattle or not to tattle.;)

    • Kristy Miller

      Emergency/not emergency tattling activity -Complete with Reporting vs Tattling lesson

    • Theresa Schafers

      What the Teacher Wants!: Management Monday: Tattling

    • Whitney Pinzon

      Role play and Kelso choice problem solving ideas

    • Juliana Pellegrino

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