This is a wonderful multicultural/multi-ability level book! It is written for children ages 2 to 10 years old. Topics that are addressed: sharing, name calling & teasing, following directions, bullying, friendship, etc.

This is a wonderful multicultural/multi-ability level book! It is written for children ages 2 to 10 years old. Topics that are addressed: sharing, name calling & teasing, following directions, bullying, friendship, etc.

A book about talking with your kids about the "birds and the bees." 3/17/12: Checked this book out of the library and read it (not to/with kids). It's excellent. Having "the talk(s)" doesn't seem so intimidating anymore. Considering ordering it from Amazon. Also found another good one at the library: It's Not the Stork, specifically for ages 4 and up.

The Birds and the Bees

A book about talking with your kids about the "birds and the bees." 3/17/12: Checked this book out of the library and read it (not to/with kids). It's excellent. Having "the talk(s)" doesn't seem so intimidating anymore. Considering ordering it from Amazon. Also found another good one at the library: It's Not the Stork, specifically for ages 4 and up.

2 classroom management methods for keeping the tattle-telling to a minimum in an elementary classroom.

Tattle Tale Tips

Matty LOVES glue. At home with Dad, he makes glue glasses, glue mustaches, and glue bouncy balls. But at school, Matty's art teacher worries and warns about using too much glue. What will happen when Matty decides to make himself the center of his most fantastic glue project ever?

Matty LOVES glue. At home with Dad, he makes glue glasses, glue mustaches, and glue bouncy balls. But at school, Matty's art teacher worries and warns about using too much glue. What will happen when Matty decides to make himself the center of his most fantastic glue project ever?

Tattling is a fact of life for young children. Their ability to solve problems on their own is just developing, and they often feel they can't manage a situation without help from an adult. As every teacher and parent knows, kids also tattle on their classmates and siblings because they want to look like the "good child," or be appreciated as helpful, or even just get some attention. This book helps kids learn when telling is appropriate and when it is merely squealing.

Tattling is a fact of life for young children. Their ability to solve problems on their own is just developing, and they often feel they can't manage a situation without help from an adult. As every teacher and parent knows, kids also tattle on their classmates and siblings because they want to look like the "good child," or be appreciated as helpful, or even just get some attention. This book helps kids learn when telling is appropriate and when it is merely squealing.

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