Tattling vs. Reporting Cut and Paste! If tattling drives you bananas, this is a GREAT activity to remind kids the difference and it's fun too! :)

Tattling vs. Reporting

From another pinner: Tattling vs. Reporting Cut and Paste! If tattling drives you bananas, this is a GREAT activity to remind kids the difference and it's fun too!

Check out these ideas for dealing with tattling in the classroom. Free printable tattle jar label, too!

I believe some adults need this in their life as well! Check out these ideas for dealing with tattling in the classroom. Free printable tattle jar label, too!

Telling Vs. Tattling Activity Pack

Telling Vs. Tattling Activity Pack

Telling Vs. Tattling Activity Pack What a great tool to help kids and adults during those young years

Telling Vs. Tattling Activity Pack

Telling Vs. Tattling Activity Pack Looks like an excellent social skills lesson! This is a link to purchase this handout.

Tired of your students running up and telling you every little thing? Trouble with tattling? Do you have students that need a Band-Aid for a teeny-tiny speck?  Teach your students the 5 B’s!  The 5 B's is a classroom management tool meant to reduce off task "teacher telling" and tattling. The 5 B’s help your students know when it’s appropriate to go to the teacher and what things a teacher needs to know about.$

Reduce and Stop Tattling: 5 B's

Tired of your students running up and telling you every little thing? Trouble with tattling? Do you have students that need a Band-Aid for a teeny-tiny speck? Teach your students the 5 B’s!

This visual reminder gives children the self-reliance skills to be independent and facilitate among themselves first! Then ask for help when needed :) LOVE it!!

mixedupdays: “ My school is pushing Kelso’s choice wheel, but since I have a “rockets and robots” theme in my room, I decided to draw my own. It has the exact same choices and wording, and it was a lot of fun to draw. So yesterday I made a T chart.

Tons of tips, tricks, book ideas, and freebies to build kind and caring students! Examples including curbing "tattle tounge!"

This sounds like a great way to work on tattling versus telling the kindergarten classroom using the book: A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

If you need to tattle...write to Tattle Turtle and get it off your chest! I can see this being very popular to start then the children will just get over tattling!

Helps students learn what needs to be told to the teacher (getting hurt, bleeding, questions etc.) and what is tattling. I used a little turtle figurine and made him a home in a bowl with hay and a lid. Worked like a charm!

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