Friendship lessons for students in grades 1-4 to teach them about ways to be a good friend in FUN and INTERACTIVE lessons!
This 4-5 week unit about FRIENDSHIP can be used at any time throughout the year to reinforce positive friendships in small groups or for whole class instruction. This unit works great at the beginning of a school year or after an extended school vacation.
In this unit students learn about friendship while being "Chef's" and need to create a Cookbook for Friendship! They will "Bake Away" negative behaviors and cut and paste "Sugary Sweet" positive behaviors. They create a recipe for friendship that can be displayed on a bulletin board and other activities for those students who may need more time with positive behaviors.
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