This peer relationship / problem solving bundle has everything you need to teach your students how to work out tattling, conflict and other issues in one package!
78 pages of materials!
Check out this bundle to use with multiple grade levels.This bundle includes forms for responding to tattling vs. reporting, such as an adult response sheet for when you suspect students are tattling, a communication form for students to provide information on their concerns and a poster reminder of what tattling and reporting are. These forms are not sold separately at this time!
The following additional items from my TpT store are included:
Tattling OR Reporting
Use this lesson to help with problem solving, conflict and classroom management! This resource can be displayed on a screen with technology for a class lesson or printed for individual student use. What is included:
* A non-editable PowerPoint lesson containing the definitions of tattling and reporting and examples for each.
*14 “problem” situation slides with answers to help students identify the difference between tattling and reporting.
*A list of books to read to your students on this topic.
How To Handle Peer Issues
This resource will quickly become a valued program in your student support toolkit! This PowerPoint program discusses the difference between tattling/ reporting, and the differences between bullying/conflict/ and accidents or misunderstandings. The focus of this program is for students to understand that most of the issues they report as bullying are actually cases of conflict and accidents or misunderstandings! This program can be used individually, in small groups or in classroom lessons.
Provided in this presentation is the following:
* A definition for tattling and examples (with brief reminders with how to respond)
* A definition for reporting, examples (with brief reminders with how to respond)
* Definitions for conflict, accidents or misunderstandings, examples and what to do about it (freeze, ignore, give a message, talk about it, problem solving wheel (12 options students can use to try to solve problems on their own visual for your classroom or office)
* An "I Message" visual for your classroom or office
* A THINK (before your speak) visual for your classroom or office
Tattling vs. Reporting (Telling) Social Story
Are your students always running up to tell you the little things? "Kate didn't finish her math." "David cut in line." Teach your students the difference between tattling and reporting with this easy to understand story. This cute story can be use individually, in a small group or as a whole class lesson.
This story will help students learn:
*How to treat a friend
*What tattling is and why it shouldn't be done
*What reporting is and why is should be done
*What could happen if you tattle on friends
Read this simple story with your younger students to help them identify the difference between tattling and reporting (telling) in individual settings or display on a screen through the use of technology to use for a whole class lesson.
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