Friendship Bundle with Being a Good Friend Activities for SEL
These Being a Good Friend Activities in this Friendship SEL Bundle is a great way to introduce character education and social emotional learning curriculum in a fun and hands-on way.
If you use them together, they can be a social emotional lesson or can be individual social emotional learning activities.
This Friendship Bundle includes 14 Friends and Friendship Activities:
- Bullseye Friendship to Help Explain Different Kinds of Friends
- Cheers for a Friend
- I am a Good Friend Emergent Reader
- I am a Good Friend Early Reader
- Lucky to Be Your Friend Ladybug Craft
- Friend Wanted Posters for Creative Writing
- Friendship Flower Craft
- Kindness Cookies Recipe and Printable Recipe
- Meet New Friends Role Playing Cards
- Recipe for Friendship Creative Writing
- Skittles Game: Kindness and Being a Good Friend
- Treasured Friends Activity
- What is a Good, Real, True Friend Checklist?
You can read all the different ways to be a good friend in the Emergent Reader or the Early Reader.
Encourage meeting new friends with these Meet New Friends Role Playing Cards.
Talk about ways to be a good friend with these Friendship Discussion Starters
This friendship bundle is perfect for Preschool, Kindergarten students, first grade students, 2nd grade students, and 3rd grade students. It can also be used for older elementary school students in 4th grade and 5th grade.
Then you can continue the social emotional learning and conversation about kindness throughout winter and add to your social emotional learning activities.
Get more ideas for kind classroom communities and why it's crucial here.
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