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Keeping Friends: Do your students need help with making and keeping friends? This friendship classroom guidance lesson introduces students to 6 basic steps to maintain and nurture a friendship. Students work in small groups to hypothesize about how each step looks, sounds, and feels. This activity works well for classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling to help kids develop meaningful friendships.What's included:Detailed, scripted lesson plan (objective, outline, materials list, ASCA
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson is for Kindergarten or early learners. Students observe a puppet demonstration and identify good friendship skills. Students have the opportunity to use puppet to demonstrate their own great friendship skills and complete and individual coloring activity to differentiate between good and not-so-good friendship skills. Includes: lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), printable puppet friends if actua
Friendship Activity: This friendship classroom guidance lesson introduces students to 6 basic steps to making a new friend. Students observe a brief student-performed skit and discuss what worked and didn't work in trying to make a new friend. Students review and discuss steps and then work in small groups to create skits to demonstrate steps. This activity works well for classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling to help kids learn to make new friends.What's included:Detailed, scripte
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces qualities of a good friend. Use the "SUPER" acrostic to describe good friendship qualities! Students have the opportunity to write about and share a time when they were SUPER friends or ideas for time they can be great friends in the future! This activity is great for classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling activities. What's included: →Lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment)
This classroom guidance lesson introduces students to 5 qualities of a great friend as they meet the friendliest hippo, Hector! A short story introduces honesty, inclusion, positivity, peaceful resolution, and observing others' feelings as key components of friendship. Students participate in a movement-based activity to practice including others and then create a tabbed book to write about or draw how they can demonstrate the 5 qualities! Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline/script, mate
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson is for early learners. Students listen to a story about two trapeze artists with great friendship skills and discuss ways to be a great friend! Students differentiate between good friendship behaviors and not-so-great friendship behaviors and identify at least one way they can be good friends this week! Includes printable story, PPT story, lesson plan (objective, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment),  friendship poster, ha
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces students to a simple acronym that reminds them how to be great PALS! After reviewing a brief PowerPoint, students play a movement-based game to promote understanding of within-group similarities and promote acceptance among peers. Afterward, students participate in a kindness spreading activity. Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline/script, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), ready-to-show PowerPoint presentations,
Using STEM Activities, students are introduced to friendship skills that attract friends and behaviors that repel friends through fun science experiments. Learning to be a friend is an important skill and sometimes it is hard for students to understand how their behavior can impact their friendships. This lesson makes learning how to be a friend fun, exciting, and memorable! Imagine your students’ faces when they find out we can do science experiments to explain friendship behavior. To start, a
This classroom guidance lesson is written for upper elementary. Students hear an Irish friendship blessing and work in cooperative groups to write their own! Lesson promotes social/emotional awareness by encouraging students to think about friends' feelings and things that they wish for their friends. This can also be used as an individual activity. Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline, debrief, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), example, handouts, and objective assessment checklis
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson introduces qualities of a supportive friendship! Students discuss their own ideas and then create a campfire craft to represent the qualities they value most in a friendship. Students go on a gallery walk to learn more about what the qualities their peers value in friendship and look for commonalities! Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline/script, materials list, ASCA standards alignment, suggested process, perception, and outcome d
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson reviews qualities of great friends. Use a ready-to-show PowerPoint or Google (TM) Slides presentation and then choose 1 of 3 activities! Students complete a Google (TM) Slides sorting activity as a group using a digital projection board or individually on tablets to evaluate 30 scenarios as good friend/not good friend actions. If you do not have access to Google (TM) Slides, no problem! There is a printable handout for students to compl
This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson gets students thinking about their own qualities that make them great friends and the qualities they're looking for in a friend. Use a quick demonstration with flip flops to show students that we need friends who complement us! Students use a self-assessment to identify their friendship strengths and then create a perfect pair of flip flops to share their own strengths and identify what they're looking for in a friend. Students go on a
This no-prep Friendship class lesson is a great way to help students learn the qualities of a good friend and basic conflict resolution skills. The resource includes an editable PowerPoint and Google Slides version so you can modify it to fit your students' needs.Students will be able to identify the qualities of a good friend, practice using "I-Statements", and discuss their feelings with others.**** Save 20% and have a lesson for every situation with my Guidance Lesson Super Bundle***Lesson In
Use this classroom guidance lesson to teach students about four qualities of a healthy friendship: mutual respect, trustworthiness, forgiveness, and support. Students create a "Passport to Friendship" by identifying their best friendship qualities, what they look for in a friend, and setting goals for being a great friend. Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), handout (color and black/white option), and objective assessment checklist. I use this le
Students sometimes struggle to understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy friendships. This lesson and accompanying worksheets will help you to teach your students about boundaries, maintaining healthy friendships and tips for handling unhealthy friendships.
This friendship guidance lesson is a great way to teach students the qualities of a good friend, conflict resolution strategies, and what it means to be a good friend.Students will learn how to resolve conflicts with friends and set goals for their friendships. Lesson Includes:Counselor's Guide inlcuding ASCA and CASEL aligned objectivesDetailed Outlines with scripts, suggested student answers, and extension activitiesMovement-Based IcebreakerFriendship Soup DiscussionGroup JIGSAW activityFoldab
Use this classroom guidance lesson to get students thinking about the commonalities among classmates. This lesson encourages students to get to know classmates more deeply and look for commonalities not easily seen. Includes lesson plan (objective, outline, materials list, ASCA standards alignment), handouts, and objective assessment checklist. I use this lesson with third graders, but it is appropriate for grades 3-6. This lesson in also sold in my Third Grade Classroom Guidance Lesson Bundle a
Looking for a ready-to-use friendship lesson for your primary students? This friendship classroom guidance lesson is designed to be used with Pre-K to 1st-grade students in a tier 1 class lesson setting. Using an engaging story, activities, and games, students will learn how to be a good friend.This lesson was created specifically for primary students. All of the included activities are super hands-on and designed to keep the little ones engaged!Looking for a friendship guidance lesson for stude
Use this classroom guidance lesson with a fun, interactive activity to show students that they are more connected to their classmates than they might already know! Students create a friendship web by identifying their own interests/characteristics and responding to one another. Students identify things they didn't already know about their classmates and ways in which they are similar to their classmates that they didn't already know about. Includes lesson plan, handouts, and objectives assessmen
This is a no prep digital guidance lesson for early learners on friendship. It is filled with bright colors and cute graphics to catch and keep the attention of early learners. It includes 25 content slides teaching young students how to be a good friend with group discussion questions at the end. This lesson is great for whole group guidance lessons, small groups, or individual students who struggle with friendships. Also included is a Friendship Flower activity with 4 versions so you can adapt
This is a great lesson on Friendship using a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast similarities and differences. Great for a getting to know you for any grade level, even adults. This power point includes additional worksheets related to the topic. Find the Lesson plans to go with this powerpoint in my store.
This is a great lesson on Friendship using a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast similarities and differences. Great for a getting to know you for any grade level, even adults.
This kindness-themed guidance lesson is the perfect way to guide your students in building friendship and social skills! Through various activities, you will guide your students to: initiate a conversation with a new peer, reduce stress they may feel over not being included (ex- during lunch or recess), make new friends, distinguish between emergencies and requests to talk to the counselor, and more! This product also comes with an optional homework activity. It can also be co-taught with the co
Product DescriptionThis multi-day guidance lesson explores how building hope and friendship leads to positive mental health. In addition to the hope and friendship themes, the lesson comes with an academic success strategy. This resource is the fifth in a series designed to decrease student problem behaviors (especially crisis incidents) and increase student academic success; it also works well as a stand-alone lesson. In using a form of this guidance lesson at my own school, my co-counselors an

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