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"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing

"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing
"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing
"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing
"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing
"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing
"Ricky Sticky Fingers" discussion cards about honesty vs. stealing
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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 students stealing in the classroom, I developed these fun discussion cards.

36 discussion cards:
~ 24 general questions related to honesty and stealing
~ 12 cards with questions about, "Ricky Sticky Fingers". (A book by Julia Cook that teaches children the concept of ownership and how it feels when someone doesn't respect what is yours.)

For durability, print cards on card stock and laminate.
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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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