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What If Everybody Did That? by Ellen…

What If Everybody Did That?

by Ellen Javernick

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Shows examples of what life would be like if everybody litter, interrupted people, or just broke the rules in general. Teaches children and gives them a reasoning behind why rules are necessary.
  maddiefinnigan | May 18, 2019 |
Littering is a huge problem in todays world and it's always important to teach young children about what littering can do to the environment, what happens when everyone misbehaves or even disobeys the rules. With proper communication it's a good way to keep young children aware of what to do and what not to do and Ellen Javernick explains in great, child-friendly detail about the consequences that can occur when individuals have thoughtless behaviors.
  Hope1993 | May 12, 2019 |
This book is about a boy who does a lot of wrong things. Every time he did someone would ask him what if everybody did that? The boy stops doing bad things and starts doing good things each time asking the question what if everybody did that?
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  JoshuaMeeks | Mar 7, 2019 |
This book provokes kids to think about irresponsible behavior and the impact the behavior would have if everyone were irresponsible.

Ages: 4-7
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  BJFJames | Mar 7, 2019 |
This is a great read to put what if everyone did that into perspective. I read this to my class and use the phrase what if everybody did that when they are doing something they shouldn't be doing, and they can stop and think about the story, and can tell me what if everybody did that would look or sound like.
Ages: 4-8
Source: My Classroom Library
  kleitch12 | Nov 26, 2018 |
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A child learns that there are consequences for thoughtless behavior, from feeding popcorn to a bear at the zoo to dropping an empty can out of a car window.

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