Guidance Lesson: Tattling vs. Reporting File Folder Sorting Activity

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This was truly so helpful and really helped my students understand the difference. Thank you so much!
I loved this resource and so did by students. They seem to now understand the difference between reporting and tattling now. Their teacher was very thankful for this lesson.


Tattling vs reporting file folder sorting activity. Tattling is a common problem for classroom teachers and parents. Help children learn to stop tattling by teaching them the difference between tattling and reporting with these fun activities. Students will complete a file folder activity in which they cut, paste, and sort tattling and reporting behaviors.

This is great for back to school and can be used in a social skills group or to teach a whole class guidance lesson. You can use this resource with kids in both lower and upper elementary grades.

Included in this product:
A Tattling vs. Reporting poster
Alternative to Tattling poster
24 behavior cards
24 discussion cards

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