Friendship Packet for Beginning Special Education Students

Rated 5 out of 5, based on 46 reviews
46 Ratings
Chapel Hill Snippets
Grade Levels
PreK - 1st
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33 pages
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Great activities for the beginning of the year. Helpful for learning names in the classroom. Thank you!


Often, young children in special education settings lack basic friendship skills. This includes lacking basic vocabulary, knowing students' names, and seeing where to interact in a school setting.

This is a literacy/activity pack to go with a “Friendship” theme. This pack meant for the more linguistically challenged students and is perfect for speech/special education collaboration. Two interactive books, and a customized friendship book is included. This is nice for integrating literacy and language activities. Clip art is from Smarty Symbols, and is copyrighted. Some children graphics are from Whimsy Clips.

Enclosed are:
- “Friends at School” Interactive Book--pages 3-13
- Icons for the “Friends at School” book– page 14
- Sentence Frame for “Friends at School” -page 15
- “Verbs of Friendship” interactive book–pages 16-25
- Icons for “Verbs of Friendship” –page 26
-“My Own Friendship Book” pages 27-32 ---children
create a customized booklet showing
WHO their friends are,
WHAT they do with friends, and
WHERE they go with friends.
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33 pages
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