Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting

Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting
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Talking to Thomas Turtle instead of tattling or gossiping is a positive way to be a problem solver & handle situations that don’t put anyone in danger. Use this positive lesson to reinforce positive coping mechanisms (instead of tattling) and when to report. Includes Lesson target. I hold a Masters Degree in Social Work and am pursuing my Masters in Education. For this reason, this lesson is created from empowerment theory!

Aligned with: Common Core State Standard (CCSS.ELA-Literacy) SL.3.1b

Updated - June 13, 2015

Included:
Lesson
When to Report or Use Coping/Problem Solving Strategies Poster
(2 Options)
Turtle Craft (2 Options)
2 Styles - Letters Recording Sheets (Color & BW for Family, Turtle, and K-6 options)

Other Materials Needed:
Plush Turtle
Box for anonymous notes; please respond box


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Counseling, social skills, life skills, tattling, bullying, reporting, informing, behavior


Thomas Turtle Lesson – Tattling Vs. Reporting by Amanda Fyhrie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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