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Tattling vs. Reporting

Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
Tattling vs. Reporting
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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 are either tattling or telling
- Students can draw a scene showing tattling and a scene showing reporting and explain why it is either tattling or reporting.

The two cut and sort activities come with or without clipart.

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Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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