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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Let's be real, tattling can be an annoyance. Whether it's the start of a new year, in the middle of the year or winding down the year... tattling happens! This lesson highlights the difference between tattling and reporting. There are a variety of activities to keep kids engaged and having fun, while learning about tattling and the importance of reporting.

This product can be used solo, paired with a book that is about tattling or used as a review throughout the year. Here are some books to consider pairing the lesson with:
-Miles McHale, Tattletale, by Christianne C. Jones
-Bad Case of the Tattling Tongue, Julia Cook
-Don’t Squeal Unless It’s a Big Deal, Jeanie Franz Ransom
-Little Miss Tattletale, Konni Jo Bryant
-Armadillo Tattletale, Helen Kettleman

Included in this product:
-Tattling vs. Reporting Lesson plan (includes ASCA Standards)
-Tattling vs. Reporting Sorting Activity (30 examples)
-Tattling vs. Reporting Worksheet (2 options)
-Tattling vs. Reporting Posters (3 options)
>>> Primary version
>>> Intermediate version
>>> Tattle Battle Pledge (from the Miles McHale, Tattletale, by Christianne C. Jones)

This lesson can be used in a variety of settings, based on your need.
-Classroom Guidance
-Classroom Meetings
-Small Groups
-Individual Basis

I created this lesson, because I needed a new approach to tackle tattling in a fun way. However, I wanted to emphasize when it's appropriate and encouraged to report, because kids sometimes become nervous about the idea of being a "tattler". It certainly is handy having the posters in my office to use as a quick reference!

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