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What a cute way to explain the difference between telling and tattling. Classroom management, monster, cute...

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teaching kids the difference between tattling and reporting

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Reporting vs Tattling poster freebie from Hooty's Homeroom blog

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Great idea for promoting classroom kindness by teaching kids the difference between unnecessary tattling & important reporting.

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hahaha, love this! just as good as our Mrs. Tattletale!

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Tattle Monster

Tattle Monster. Good to use at home or in the classroom. The Tattle Monster will listen to you, when you have something to say. Just talk to him or write it down, and tell what happened today. But if you or anyone is hurt: Please don't delay! Come to me so I can help and make sure you are okay.:

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Confessions Of A Tattle Monster

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Tattle Monster. Each student has a bag of 4 cotton balls, if they want to tell the tattle monster something, they have to feed him. If at the end of the day they have all 4 cotton balls, they can buy a piece of candy with them.

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I created this tattle monster for my second grade classroom. Students will tell their "tattles" to the tattle monster by writing them on a piece of paper and putting it through the mouth. This will take away from students always wanting to tell me. The monster is made out of a tissue box and a piece of an egg carton.

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Tattle Monster

Tattle Monster Lately we have been having a big problem with tattling, and it's driving me crazy! We have been trying very hard to teach the kids about the importance of working together, playing nicely and most important we don't need to know every little "she took my car" or "he won't share with me!" Introducing the newest addition to our family, Murry the Tattle Monster!

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