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Tattling vs. Telling

Tattling is one of those things that happens every year. Get ahead of the ball by introducing these tattling versus telling resources. These will help your students to know the difference between the two and how to manage time best.
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Tattling vs. Telling
  • Hayley Mason says:
    Give students this sorting activity to help them recognize the various scenarios that fall into the tattling and telling categories. It is a great way to show times of tattling before they happen.
  • Hayley Mason says:
    My students love the Harry Kindergarten songs and this one on tattling is great! I love how it discussed what to do if you are not sure if something is tattling or not.
  • Hayley Mason says:
    These books are great for read alouds during class meetings or when introducing the difference between tattling and telling. Each book has a brief description so you can choose the book or books that fit your students best.
  • Hayley Mason says:
    This site is filled with ideas that you can use in the classroom to help curb the amount of tattling. My favorite suggestion is the sentence starters given to help students deal with conflict.
  • Hayley Mason says:
    Have students sign this pledge to help keep the classroom and each other safe. They will love having a sense of ownership over the situation.