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This free printable book about how to be a good friend is perfect way to get your kiddos thinking about what it means to be a good friend and have friends!
Dalva Pereira-O'Connell saved to Eduation
Friendship in a Cup is a fun and tasty back to school activity to help your students embrace friendship in the classroom.
Melanie Kost saved to Confetti Toss (Mar 2023)
A how-to guide for teaching kids about healthy friendships and friendship boundaries. Resources and book recommendations making it easy to talk to children about healthy friendships.
Cori-Ann Brown saved to therapy
31 FUN SOCIAL SKILLS ACTIVITIES for KIDS (including some tips for kids with autism): starting conversations, respecting personal space, expressing emotions
Reymark Cuenca saved to RPMS
ALL ABOUT FRIENDSHIP Friendship and conflict solving skills are so important to teach our kiddos. Our job is to teach them important social skills. They need these tools to ensure successful relationships with their peers and adults. It is tricky, but it can be done! I am sharing some of
Ashley Cole saved to Kindergarten Wash Team
I am ready to add spring poems to our poetry notebooks. I just can't take the winter any longer! Poems to add to our notebooks this month! Make a Hello Spring Book! Hello butterflies! click here for poems and spring book Here are some other posts that share spring poems! March Poems April Poems April Poems
Jacque Czapor saved to Teacher Stuff
Tonight I'm enjoying the sound of wind chimes through the window as the winds shift and winter blows back in. It's cold outside, so I'm staying bundled up inside and checking in just long enough to share a bulletin board I made today, to complement a lesson I'll be starting tomorrow on friendship. And, before I unplug again, some reflections on friendship: Making and keeping friends is an important skill for children to learn. Not only are friends fun to have around, but healthy attachments…
Miranda Rountree saved to positive vibes
Do you need a hands-on, sensory lesson to teach about kind words? You will love this! Perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and even older kids! Also part of the Virtual Book Club for Kids!
Madison Lancaster saved to All Together Now
Teach friendship activities and improve social skills in the classroom with these ideas, such as sharing, taking turns, listening, teamwork, & cooperation.
Brooke Rompella Larkin saved to KP group ideas
Friendship-building activities help children in K-3 develop strong social skills. When relationships are an important factor in education, kids succeed in school and life.
Daniela Guajardo saved to Classroom ideas