Tattling vs Reporting Social Skills Story & Social Emotional Learning Activities
# of Pages: 27
File Type(s): ZIP, PDF
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Are your students constantly tattling? Students will easily learn and understand the difference between reporting and tattling, and how to use “I Messages” to solve their own problems, from these classroom behavior management activities. An informative social story, written in kid-friendly language, provided in PDF, Google Slides, and Video versions, along with an engaging role-playing activity, classroom posters, individual student reference cards, and positive student notes are everything you need to make your lessons on tattling ones your students will remember.
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This extra-helpful, high-interest resource includes the following printables and activities for teaching tattling vs reporting:
•social story- A colorful social story, written in kid-friendly language focusing on:
•What is a right
•What rights do we have at school
•What is reporting, and how is it different than tattling
•Questions to ask yourself before reporting to an adult
•What is an “I Message”
•When you should use “I Messages”
(SOCIAL STORY PROVIDED IN 3 DIFFERENT VERSIONS- PDF, GOOGLE
SLIDES AND VIDEO) a comprehension check page is included with the
google slides and video version.
•classroom posters– These classroom posters mirror the important points covered in the read-aloud and break them down into even simpler kid-friendly language.
•student reference cards- Perfect for meeting individual student needs
•role playing activity cards- Concrete practice of skills using “I Messages”
•positive student notes- Celebrate the growth and learning of new social skills with these positive student notes. Both in color and black and white.
This is a great resource to use as a whole class activity as well as for small group and individual use for students with autism or behavioral disorders, and/or students who are struggling with this topic. You won’t be disappointed with the engagement level and the results of this resource!
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