Tattling Vs Reporting Digital Game Show with Editable Digital Version
Fun and Engaging
Easy to Implement
Supports Pencils of Promise
This is a digital resource. You will receive instantly upon purchase.
This digital game show is a fun, interactive way for students to learn the differences between tattling and reporting. This game is in PowerPoint and is completely EDITABLE so you change the questions to fit your school's population and needs.
- Is it tattling or reporting?
- How do you know it is tattling?
- How do you know it is reporting?
- What would you do?
Understanding the difference between Tattling and Reporting is a key component of bullying prevention and educator sanity. Helping students to identify when a behavior needs to be reported is crucial for student safety.
At a minimum, this lesson will allow students to define the difference between tattling and reporting.
This activity is ready to use and designed to be no-prep.
Who is this designed for?
This activity is designed for students grades 1-5 but the slides are completely editable and can be changed to fit a wide variety of student needs.
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