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18 illustrated scenarios to cut and sort into categories: REPORTING or TATTLING. Students must determine whether each situation should be reported to an adult or not.
Little kids love to tell you EVERYTHING! But, sometimes everything involves all those pesky tattles, too. Here is a set of cards you can use to teach your children the difference between tattling and telling. Just print the cards out, laminate, and have your students sort as either tattling or tell
This easy-to-use *completely digital* no-print Google Slides file contains activities that are perfect for kids who struggle to understand the difference between tattling and telling. Can be completed on a computer, tablet, or classroom projector board!Since this file contains both information slide
Thank you for looking at my FREE Tattling Vs. Telling Student Sort and Poster. If you download, PLEASE take a minute and leave feedback. I really appreciate it. Also, follow my page for updates on products. For every three paid products I create, I create one FREE product. This is a great ac
Sort these scenarios to help students understand the difference between tattling vs. telling.
This tattling versus telling sort can facilitate classroom and/or small group discussion about the topic of tattling. The scenarios are general enough that some higher level discussion can be had about when a scenario may turn into a telling moment versus a tattling moment.
Grades:
1st - 4th
This product would be a good reminder to review the difference between telling and tattling. Students tend to forget the difference and often want to tell on their friends. This anchor chart is an interactive way to review the two. This can be paired with a read aloud; this anchor chart can be hung
Use this hands-on cut and sort activity to help teach your students the importance between tattling and telling. Use as a stand-alone activity with individuals or groups or as an add-on to a tattling vs telling classroom lesson!
Grades:
1st - 4th
This is a fun Google Slides™ digital and printable social skills tool to help counseling groups understand the difference between tattling (Tattle Tiger) and reporting (Safety Stripes). You can use this social emotional tool in class or in small counseling groups to build their appropriate response
Helpful vs. Hurtful is a spin on describing "tattling vs. telling." It is used to teach students to think before telling on someone. Before they think they ask themselves "Is this helpful or hurtful to my friend." If it is helpful, they can tell the teacher. If it is hurtful, then they can try and w
Mary the Mouse learns a hard lesson about tattling. She has to deal with her friends not wanting to play with her anymore. Finally, Mary learns the Rules for Telling. Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to discuss Tattling vs. Reporting with your students? Look no further! This resource is on
Tattling vs. Reporting A beginning of the year activity to help students understand the differences between tattling and telling. Included: - Four short situation stories where students will decide if it is tattling or telling and explain why. - Two cut and sort activities with situations that ar
Tattling and Reporting Sorting Worksheet - Google Slides Version IncludedTHIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:Sorting mat, sorting pictures and an answer key. THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:Sorting mat, sorting pictures and an answer key. Save time and money and buy Sort Worksheets Bundled________________________________
Tattling vs. Reporting~Students will sort tattling vs. reporting statements either on a pocket chart activity or on cut and paste worksheets. You can easily differentiate instruction as the cut and paste worksheets are different. You will receive: -five worksheets with 8 different scenarios on each
Let David Shannon's lovable David help teach your kiddos the difference between Tattling and Reporting. Learn the difference between tattle and tell (report) and when you need to reach out to an adult for help.What’s included:* Reporting and Tattling Posters* Two-Sided “Paddle” to show answers for S
Companion Packet to A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue by Julia Cook. This is a great picture book for helping students recognize the difference between tattling and telling (or reporting). This packet is filled with posters and activities. What’s Included?Two tattling postersTwo reporting postersTattling
Are your students struggling with tattling? This bundle is perfect for you! This is PERFECT for the beginning and end of the year! Included in this bundle: Student Reader to help introduce the difference between a tattle and report Book list for read aloud time 4 QR code read aloud stories 2 QR co
Teaching students to be helpful and not HURTFUL. This Tattle Tale Officer has been a lifesaver for me! The lessons help with building an understanding to tell the differences with bullying, tattling and telling. ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●Pg. 1 CoverPg.
It's one thing for students to tell us, but another for them to justify why. This helps students do just that! This product helps to get students higher up on Bloom's Taxonomy.Students are given a list of scenarios already sorted, except one! They need to find that one and justify why it's wrong.
A worksheet used to sort situations of tattling vs. telling!
The activities in this package are meant as an introduction to what bullying is, the difference between reporting and tattling, as well as identifying who is a good person to tell about bullying incidents. For the purposes of this package bullying is considered to occur when one person repeatedly t
This product includes:1 page visual of when to tell/talk to an adult.1 page visual chart of the differences between tattling and telling.Individual or group worksheet with 18 scenarios and a sort of tattling vs telling.This product is editable, if wanting to change scenarios or enter specific child
Grades:
K - 5th
Use this fun resource as a bulletin board set or a poster to help decrease tattling!The Set Includes:* Bulletin Board Letters* Llama* Pennant Banners* Other Decor Pieces* "Dear Llama" notes with several options* Tattling vs Telling with several options* Llama Certificates (color and black &whit
Can’t get your class to stop tattling? Have you tried everything?? Me too! Here are some materials to use for lessons on the difference between tattling and telling. It includes: - a sign with questions students can ask themselves to decide it if is a tattle or a tell -definition signs of tattli

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