Bad case of tattle tongue activities

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A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue: Helping Kids Learn the Difference Between Tattling and Telling by Julia Cook

(Grades K-5) No one likes Josh the Tattler because he tattles way too much. He tattles on his classmates, his brother, and even his dog! But one night he wakes up to find his tongue is very long, yellow, and covered in bright purple spots. Will a bad case of Tattle Tongue help him learn the difference between tattling and telling? This book gives teachers and counselors a humorous, cleverly creative way to address the time-consuming tattling-related issues that often sap classroom energy and thwart teaching opportunities. Softcover, 32 pages.
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Published 14.12.2018

Tattle Tongue by Ms. Cook

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  2. Help students fully understand the differences between tattling and warning with this supplementary teacher's guide for the children's storybook, A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue.

  3. Level: 2nd Grade Required Time: 45 minutes To instill the importance of reporting dangerous situations to an adult, and to encourage using problem-solving skills to cope with everyday issues TSWBAT explain the difference between tattling and reporting TSWBAT identify when it is necessary to report a situation to an adult, and when to refrain from tattling.

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