What is more important in a friend? How the person looks? Or, how the person treats you?
These creative activities, matching game, and appealing posters were created to help educate children that internal character is what feeds both self-worth and likability. The concept emphasized is that "things we are good at" and “how we treat others” makes us more valuable to others than “what we have” or "what we look like.”
Included in the product are:
Three activities using puzzle pieces, drawings, and character images to emphasize the difference between friendship character and shallowness.
A sorting game with friendship character traits that may also be used as "Go Fish" or "Memory." And, friendship certificates to be used as rewards.
"Shallowness vs. Friendship Character"
"The Best Things About Being SHORT"
"The Best Things About Being TALL."
"It Is Not The Shape of My Body, But the Size of My Heart"
"Don't Be A Shallow Pal"
"Kindness Keeps Friendships"
And, five worksheets, (color and black and white) that promote critical thinking and discussion about self-worth and friendship needs.