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You and I are trying to raise good kids. Not just good kids...GREAT kids. EXCEPTIONAL kids. Kids that stand out from the crowd for being honest, trustworthy, and the kind of kids that do the right thing just because it's the right thing to do. ...

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Benjamin Franklin - Honesty.jpg biography unit on Benjamin Franklin. Could use quote and incorporate it into social skills lesson.

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Honesty object lesson...Apples 4 Bookworms: "Come Follow Me": September~ Why is it important to be honest?

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This honesty game will help students understand why honesty is generally the best policy… by trying to guess who’s lying! It breeds distrust, which they will feel, and it will give you a chance to talk about a great Scripture, straight from Peter: “Whoever desires to love life and see good days, let him keep his tongue from evil and his lips from speaking deceit; (1 Peter 3:10)

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Can I Trust Ya

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Please dont forget to come back and RATE the products! THANKS! Get students up and moving around!!! Students want to be up out of their seats and learning!! I teach a modified English language class of students that are 12-15 years old, but their reading level is between grade 1-grade 6.