Friendship Activities For SEL And Counseling Lessons About Being A Good Friend

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Counselor Chelsey
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PreK - 2nd
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my student love using the clip cards and it made it so easy to understand. We implemented it after letting the kids taste lemons and watermelons for snack. I will use again!
Used this resources with a kindergarten small was a hit! Students were able to work together to sort sweet and sour friends. Engaging and easy to facilitate!
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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 great for individual, small group and classroom counseling lessons and include a Google Slides component!

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What's Included

  • "Sweet Friend or Sour Friend" Sorting game
  • "Sweet Friend Vs. Sour Friend" Cut & Paste
  • "I Am A Sweet Friend!" Worksheet
  • 18 Clip Cards (Color & Black and White)
  • 18 Discussion Cards
  • 4 Posters (Color & Black and White)
  • The posters also come as bookmarks in color & black and white
  • All activities except the posters and worksheet are also included in a Google Slides format.

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Ideas For Use:

  • Friendship lessons or groups
  • Kindness lessons or groups
  • Social skills lessons or group
  • With students who could benefit from being able to identify a good friend.
  • With students who could benefit from being a good friend.


What People Are Saying About This Resource:

  • Georgia said "Loved this package! My students loved this activity- very easy to
    relate to the concept of sweet and sour!"

  • Theresa said "Love this - used in Kindergarten and it was great! Plan to use part
    in small groups - thanks for a great product."


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