There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Deb Castle

    Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"----Such a big deal with K Kids! I'll take any help I can get!

  • Courtney Haggerty

    Classroom Management Great for a class meeting on tattling or when bring out the tattle turtle

  • Kennedy Lincoln

    Love this idea!- Pinner said, (Great book to use to teach about tattling! I even created a "Problem Porker" in my classroom. He's a stuffed pig that sits atop our classroom mailbox. Each week, students write down problems they have and "mail" them to the class. We then discuss how to solve them).

  • Marie Michaud

    Room Mom 101: Tattle Tell Some cute ideas for tattles!, School Idea

  • Kathleen Swinehart

    Don't Squeal Unless it's a big deal First Grade teachers beware of tattle tale season coming up

  • Lindsay Stanton

    children's books that teach lessons

Related Pins

Book on tattling.. need this for sure!!

Don't Squeal Unless It's a BIG Deal...First saw this book at a professional development last year. Great book to use if you are experiencing a problem with "tattletales" in your classroom.

an alternative guide to help children learn the difference between tattling and reporting. and a book to go with it!!

Kids Rock!: Classroom Management Great list of books for tattling

14 Books About Love - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

End Of Year Third Grade Memory Book - Includes many fun activities for children to complete at the end of the school year.

School Memories - Some of these pages would be a great addition to the memory book I already put together for my students. I think some pages would would need to be done more than once a year.

Unique and Fun Book Reports: Projects, Ideas, and Lesson Plans For Teachers

Year long memory book for 1st Grade! This is ALL you will nee for students to remember their school year!

Useful ideas for what students can write about in the different layers of their sandwich book report projects.

Examples of Suitcase Book Report Projects- students choose a location they think the main character of a book they have read would like to visit, talk about attractions they would see and objects they would buy, research information about the country