This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces early elementary school students to situations in which they should tell their teacher and situations in which they should work it out on their own! Students meet Tell-odactyl, a dinosaur student who loves to tell the teacher what everyone else is doing. She learns about the times when she should tell and the times when she should try to work things out on her own! Students practice evaluating situations in a movement-based activity or with paddles.
Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), story in 3 forms (printable PDF, PowerPoint, or mp4), visual aids, talking stick printable, activity printables, paddle printables, situation list, student handout with answer key, and objectives assessment checklist.Save with Bundled Units!
This lesson can also be found in the Dinosaur-Themed Classroom Guidance Lesson Unit
and ULTIMATE Classroom Guidance Lesson Bundle 2
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