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Do some of your students have a problem with stealing? This lesson is an engaging and worksheet-free companion to Julia Cook's Ricky Sticky Fingers. It focuses on thinking through the consequences of stealing (including how it makes others feel) and using self-talk to make the right choice.Lesson in
These discussion cards are a great resource for teaching students why stealing is wrong and why honesty is the best policy. Cards can be used to teach a class lesson, in stations, in a small group setting or in individual counseling. After several teachers expressed frustration to me about student
Stealing is a monster that has the ability to creep into classrooms at any given time.  Teaching students the importance of having integrity and being honest is the way to keep sticky fingers and lying at bay.  Keep Your Hands On Your Own Things is inspired by the book "Ricky Sticky Fingers" by Juli
Social skills activities based on the book, Ricky Sticky Fingers, by Julia Cook and illustrated by Michelle Hazelwood Hyde. Students can learn about boundaries and how to not take things that do not belong to them. This activities includes: 1 story map 1 Learning New Words graphic organizer 1 Sente
The behavior basics book club was created to help teach students the basics of behavior through childhood classic books. Each book has activities to start the discussion and teach the behaviors to create a strong foundation in your classroom. Use this book club activity to teach students to not st
I do this activity after we read, "Ricky Sticky Fingers" by Julia Cook with students that have a hard time stealing things in the classroom.
This activity goes along with the book "Ricky Sticky Fingers" by Julia Cook. The students learn how stealing is bad and how they can learn from their mistakes.
I use this worksheet with students after reading Ricky Sticky Fingers by Julia Cook
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Social skills activities based on the book, Ricky Sticky Fingers, by Julia Cook and illustrated by Michelle Hazelwood Hyde. Students can learn about boundaries and how to not take things that do not belong to them. This activity includes: 1 hand template with visuals to cut out
This personal hygiene unit has been developed for multiple primary grade levels. In this unit, students will develop an understanding of the importance of hand washing by rubbing their clean and dirty hands on slices of bread or prepared petri dishes with nutrient agar (depending on which lab you ch
Story time! Everyone can use a quick download of discussion cards without the full lesson plan to read through and learn? This resource is a quick and easy companion to the book Ricky Sticky Fingers, by Julia Cook. It is a collection of discussion and comprehension cards to use with your students af
Sticky Fingers - a freebie True Type Font, ready to be used in your commercial or free products – just provide credit somewhere within your product. A link to my TpT store would also be appreciated, but is not essential! Please review the Terms of Use included in this download. To install, unzip t
We have some Chubby Cheek kids misbehaving. They are kids with sticky fingers. Like all Chubby Cheek Kids these cute kids are hand drawn and colored. You are getting the following images:- Sticky Finger Girl stealing from a friend's desk.- Sticky Finger Boy stealing from the teacher's desk.- Three C
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Not Grade Specific
A book about stealing with lesson plans on trustworthiness.
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K - 2nd
Chemistry, Chemical Changes, Chemical Reactions, oh my! Whether using this lab as a cross curricular opportunity or simply adding a little whimsy to your chemistry unit, Sticky Fingers is a FUN, motivating way to incorporate the classic Miss Muffet nursery rhyme into a functional chemistry activity
Want your students to practice the skills you have been working so hard on in your sessions? Don't have time to find dozens of different pages and make copies?Why not just print, stick and go?!Use choose from any of the 24 articulation and language included templates to print directly onto sticky no
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PreK - 5th
Thanks for your interest in my Counting Fingers Match Up File Folder Game. Students will use the game pieces to play the game by counting the number of fingers on each hand image and finding either the numeral, number name, or matching hand cards. This download includes: - 7 printable pages in
This set of 17 printable sticky notes has essential teaching points for young readers. Directions on how to print directly on sticky notes are included with detailed pictures. Leave your student with a sticky note of the teaching point you gave them during a reading conference so they can refer to
12 basic writing skills and strategies clearly typed and illustrated, ready to be printed on 3 inch by 3 inch sticky notes. Prepare for your writing conferences by printing these notes and leave an artifact with students to support their development as writers and focus their attention on specific g
These are 3x3 Sticky Note templates, each one has feedback about writing. Great for early/emergent writers. Excellent to use when having a student conference on writing. They can be added to your students' journals and students will remember what skill you asked them to work on.Post-its include "
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PreK - 2nd
Are you looking for ways to make sure students are engaging with text? Look no further! This pack provides two different ways to encourage your students to collect with texts. 1. Printable sticky note templates for during reading. Each sticky note can be printed, put in a guided reading book, and us
Number bonds are a powerful tool when teaching number sense. Print these adorable camping themed number bonds out just once, and you will be able to use them in countless ways! Not only will you get the number bond cards, but you will also get slides for instruction or review. These slides are fan
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PreK - 3rd
Sentence editing freebie! In our class, we use the chant "UPPER CASE, FINGER SPACE, END MARK!" to help us remember these crucial parts of a sentence. Use this chart, the stickies, and checklist to remind students to check for these during your writing period.
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Explore learning with the sweet, squishy, sticky, yummy to eat, finger licking scrumptious marshmallow. The unit is designed to promote teamwork and support building a positive, enthusiastic classroom learning environment. A great unit to begin the year as your students come together for their fi

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