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This product includes a set of resources for teaching students about relationships as the connections between people. Students will discuss how to build relationships, actions that damage relationships, and ways to repair relationships. Students will also reflect on their own relationships to identify those that are good and should be sustained, as well as those that are not-so-good and need to be built up.
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→ What's a Relationship - definition, connection, reasons relationships are important
→ Relationship Builders - brainstorm ways relationships are built up
→ Relationship Damagers - brainstorm ways relationships are damaged and repaired
→ Doodle Space – the back of the flipbook includes 4 doodles and space for students to doodle as desired
→ Relationship Mapping – Students create a circular map of all their relationships to create a visual representation of the connections around them.
→ My Good Relationships – Students think of up to four relationships in each category with adults and peers inside and outside of school. Good relationships are with people that students can count on and people that they believe care about them.
→ My Not-So-Good Relationships – Students think of up to four relationships in each category with adults and peers inside and outside of school. Not-So-Good relationships are with people that students are uncomfortable with and would benefit from improving their relationship with.
→ Sustaining - Students make a plan to keep one of their good relationships good. Relationships don't maintain themselves!
→ Building - Students make a plan to build one of their not-so-good relationships.
→ Monitoring - Students reflect on one of the relationships they planned for to see if they followed the plan, how it's working, and plan next steps.
→ Repairing - Students reflect on damage they have caused in a relationship and make a plan to repair it.
Posters and Desk Cards
Full Page Posters & 3x3 Desk Squares
→ Builders - things that build relationships
→ Apologizing - steps to apologizing to begin repairing damage
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