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This is a very cute way to help young kids understand that they do not need to go to the teacher to tattle always. Often children want to tell the teacher whenever something minor happens, then everyone tries to either defend themselves or others, get revenge by tattling more, or joining in to the first tattle. This could quickly get out of hand. They can easily see that they need to tell some things only to the monster, but anything truly important should be told to the teacher.

This is a very cute way to help young kids understand that they do not need to go to the teacher to tattle always. Often children want to tell the teacher whenever something minor happens, then everyone tries to either defend themselves or others, get revenge by tattling more, or joining in to the first tattle. This could quickly get out of hand. They can easily see that they need to tell some things only to the monster, but anything truly important should be told to the teacher.

Great for helping kids understand how their behavior might injure others or help in defining what bullying is...love this for kiddos.

Great for helping kids understand how their behavior might injure others or help in defining what bullying is...love this for kiddos.

Use this fun illustration to teach kids to be flexible instead of rigid! - nice illustration for the classroom!

Use this fun illustration to teach kids to be flexible instead of rigid! - nice illustration for the classroom!

Could use as activity  steps to repentance and truly being sorry for your actions

Could use as activity steps to repentance and truly being sorry for your actions

Bullying Prevention     - The Scene  "There's this kid at school no one likes," nine-year-old Karen says between bites of mashed potatoes. "We all tease him a lot. He's a total dork."  -  -  Some children may be embarrassed or ashamed about hurting another person. Some may not realize how hurtful their teasing can be.     Read more on FamilyEducation

Bullying Prevention - The Scene "There's this kid at school no one likes," nine-year-old Karen says between bites of mashed potatoes. "We all tease him a lot. He's a total dork." - - Some children may be embarrassed or ashamed about hurting another person. Some may not realize how hurtful their teasing can be. Read more on FamilyEducation

What's Your Job in the Art Room Today? Great poster idea to get the kids excited about doing their job in art class.

What's Your Job in the Art Room Today? Great poster idea to get the kids excited about doing their job in art class.

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