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Included are two "Friend" themed worksheets that would make great additions for "Good Character" or "Character Counts" curriculum. Excellent way to assess students comprehension of positive character or friend traits. One handout is appropriate for 2nd-4th grade. The other handout is developmen
Are you looking for a NO PREP reading activity? Enjoy this informational reading resource which is comprised of a color version and black, white version, and a POWERPOINT version of FRIENDSHIP themed READING activities. The possibilities are endless with this reading resource. The activities can
Read the list below and check the sentence if it describes you!If you checked most of these, that means you’re probably a good friend! The ones that you didn’t check will give you an idea of what you may need to work on to be a better friend!Spanish Version Included with Download (pg. 2)!¡Lee la lis
Its a booklet with traceable friend sentences and pictures that can be coloured.
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K - 1st
I am a good friend when... worksheet. Room for a picture and writing.
Looking for a fun way to teach your little learners about friendship? These friendship activities will help your students understand what it means to be a "sweet" friend and a "sour friend." In these activities, students will learn what a good friend is, and how they can be one. These activities are
Perfect for social groups, language groups, character building, life skills, counseling groups, or for in the classroom with young children! I teach character building lessons every Thursday to 54 Kindergartens (it is one of my extra duties while teachers have their weekly collaboration meeting). T
This packet is designed to help you successfully build a community of children who genuinely care for one another. It teaches students how to be a good friend and how to accept other students. It includes many different activities that you can use in your classroom at any time of the year. Includ
Being a Good Friend Social Story contains material specifically designed for students with special learning needs, especially autism. This social story on being a good friend addresses what it means and looks like to be a good friend in a simplified but rigorous way for students with diverse learni
Do your students need a mini lesson about making friends? This interactive PowerPoint presentation will make it easy to teach How to be a Good Friend as well as incorporate technology into your lesson. It makes a great beginning of the year activity! -------------------------------------------------
Perfect for social groups, language groups, character building, life skills, counseling groups, or for in the classroom with young children! Digital (BOOM Cards) and Print bundle! Each version can be purchased separately for $3.00 each. Only purchase this option if you want both versions (do not buy
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
VIDEO OVERVIEW of this product: https://youtu.be/dLzrdsZnhLQI give this writing around Valentine's Day for students to write about "What Makes A Good Friend". The graphic organizers are designed for this to be a 5 Paragraph essay with an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. (I play this
Grades:
3rd - 6th
Here is another Bear & Friends Companion Unit resource! Created to pair perfectly with the children’s book “Bear Says Thanks” but can be used independently as well! This writing prompt & craftivity has 7 prompts (this includes a “Thanks” acrostic poem.) Each prompt comes in at least two vari
This is a great story to read to an autistic child and give them a glimpse into what they are or to read to your whole class and raise Autism awareness among students.In this story, students learn:what Autism is;what some of the challenges in communication, social interactions, and repetitive behavi
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Not Grade Specific
This story is a great way to raise awareness about visually impaired students.Students learn that:what a visual impairment is;what assistive devices are available for visually impaired people;what other students can do to help visually impaired peers;what not to say to a visually impaired friend;wha
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Not Grade Specific
This story is a great way to raise awareness about hearing impaired students.Students learn that:what hearing loss is;what hearing aids and cochlear implants are;what other students can do to help peers who are hearing impaired (speak clearly, face them, refrain from shouting, repeat, avoid unnecess
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Not Grade Specific
This is a great story to raise awareness about students with Down syndrome!In this story, students will learn:what Down syndrome is;what some of the challenges are for kids with Down syndrome;what other students can do to help peers with Down syndrome;what not to say to a friend who has Down syndrom
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Not Grade Specific
This story is a great way to raise awareness for physically impaired students.Students learn that:what a physical impairment is;what assistive devices are available for physically impaired people;what other students can do to help physically impaired peers (•Be patient; •Help them carry their backpa
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This is a new series I'm beginning for young children; "I AM AWESOME" (inspired by Creative Visualization for Beginners by Richard Webster and my favorite 4 year old) validates the truth--that each of our students is awesome at so many things--many of which we aren't aware of--and thinking about the
After reviewing the characteristics that make a positive friendship, the students reflect on a time that they were a good friend.
Print 2-sided, cut on horizontal line, fold and staple in middle, each file makes two copies of the same book.You May Also Like Omar at a Baseball GameThis book is targeted for advanced Kindergarten readers but may be used as an intervention tool for older kids. This will be a good source for Englis
I frequently use this activity as one of my rapport building exercises with my clients. The idea is to have the client fill the "I" with as many positive things about themselves as possible. For example mine would say" I Am A....": teacher, RMH worker, daughter, friend, potbelly pig owner, good list
"I AM" affirmations are great reminders to students and staff of all that they are and all that they can be. This poster has 34 words and phrases of affirmation including smart, kind, respected, a good friend and moreThis 8.5x11 size print can be printed and posted anywhere in a classroom, teacher
This resource is designed to engage students with thinking of ways to be thankful or grateful in the world around them. Students will understand the meaning of being thankful for the people and/or things that are present in their lives. This activity is meant to activity engage background knowledge,

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