Do some of your students have a problem with stealing? This lesson is an engaging and worksheet-free companion to Julia Cook’s Ricky Sticky Fingers. It focuses on thinking through the consequences of stealing (including how it makes others feel) and using self-talk to make the right choice.
• Discussion questions to use with “Ricky Sticky Fingers”
• PowerPoint with four “tempting” scenarios and examples of self-talk to avoid the temptation
• Four additional typed out mini-scripts for student volunteers to act out
• Exit ticket to check for mastery
This resource is a set of companion activities to go along with the story “Ricky Sticky Fingers” by Julia Cook. The book is not included in this resource and needs to be purchased separately
*Works on MACs and PCs. Is not compatible with Google Slides.*
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