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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What others are saying...
“Great companion to the book! This resource helps really engage kids in the story and think deeper about stealing. This is my go-to resource when dealing with stealing behaviors!”
“I really appreciated this resource as an extra lesson in my curriculum. I had teachers asking for help in this area, and it was awesome to not only have the right book, but the right activity to go along with it.”
“As an SEL coach, I used this resource in a second grade classroom. There had been several students caught stealing over the past several months so I thought this lesson would be great and it was perfect!”