This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson helps students to understand when they are tattling and when they should tell an adult. Read a story about The Tattle Snake to review scenarios when students should tell right away and when they should try to work it out on their own (or worry about themselves!). Students complete a movement-based group activity to practice identifying scenarios and then have a chance to practice on their own.
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