Tattling vs. Reporting (Telling) Social Story

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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. 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.

In this story students will 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


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Tattling vs. Reporting (Telling) Social Story
Tattling vs. Reporting (Telling) Social Story
Tattling vs. Reporting (Telling) Social Story
Tattling vs. Reporting (Telling) Social Story