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Kid Definition: I will tell the truth.
Concept: Being trustworthy means you can be counted on to tell the truth no matter the consequences.  A trustworthy person is a good person who tells the truth over and over again, so that they earn people's trust.  It is hard to earn someone's trust again if you do or say things to lose their trust in you.
Book: Lying Isn't Trustworthy
Scuff, Alexa, and Todd Peddlesfoot are usually very trustworthy, and they always try their best to tell the truth . . . but when some muddy feet, a messy closet, and a stained dress start to cause problems for the kids, will the Peddlesfoot children give in to lying?
Teacher and Parent Curriculum:
The Peddlesfoots series supports all ten Domain Elements in the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework Domains of "Language Development", "Social and Emotional Development", and "Approaches to Learning".
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Lying Isn't Trustworthy
Trustworthiness Song
"We Will Try to Tell the Truth"
Mini Lesson
"Lying isn't Trustworthy"