This elementary school counseling classroom guidance lesson gets students thinking about their own qualities that make them great friends and the qualities they're looking for in a friend. Use a quick demonstration with flip flops to show students that we need friends who complement us! Students use a self-assessment to identify their friendship strengths and then create a perfect pair of flip flops to share their own strengths and identify what they're looking for in a friend. Students go on a gallery walk to see what others are looking for in a friendship!
Includes lesson plan (objectives, outline/script, materials list, ASCA standards alignment, suggested process, perception, and outcome data), ready-to-show PowerPoint, pre-test/post-test, friendship self-assessment, flip flop printables, and objectives assessment checklist. Save with Bundled Units!
This lesson can also be found in the Beach-Themed Classroom Guidance Lesson Unit
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