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I'm Telling! A Tattler's Tale

16 minutes 9 seconds

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Young children learn about tattling as they discern right from wrong. Knowing when to tattle is an important distinction for them. Several scenes suggest questions to ask that clarify whether it's best to tell an adult. For example, is someone being hurt? If the answer is "no," then it's tattling.

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Runtime: 16 minutes 9 seconds

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