Do your students struggle to understand when it is appropriate to tell or get help and when they are tattling? This when to tell storybook and activity will help students understand the difference! Read along with a PowerPoint story to learn with Tattle Snake as he figures out that he's been tattling all along! Students then can complete a card sort using 32 scenario cards to increase understanding. This activity is great for individuals, small group counseling, or classroom guidance lessons.
⭐Read-along PowerPoint story
⭐Printables to create paper bag sorts (color and black/white)
⭐Summary posters (completed and blank, color and black/white)
⭐32 scenario cards (color and black/white)
⭐blank cards to create your own scenarios (color and black/white)
⭐Printables for student reminder books (attach with an o-ring or staple, color and black/white)
Additional materials needed:
⭐2 standard sized paper lunch bags (assembly required)
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⭐ When to Tell/Tattling Classroom Guidance Lesson for Early Elementary/Primary
⭐ When to Tell Classroom Tattling Lesson for Early Elementary School Counseling
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