Health VS. Unhealthy Friendship Activities & Scenario Cards

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Informed Decisions
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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  1. This bundle offers interactive activities that will help students understand and explore the difference between healthy and unhealthy dating relations, friendships, and coping skills. There are hundreds of real life scenarios for students to relate to their own lives.>>>>>>>>
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Do you shake your head in disbelief when you see your students behaving poorly towards their friends? This resource is a great way to support your middle and high school teenagers in being able to recognize the difference between healthy friendships and unhealthy friendships! Friendship skills are the basis for positive, healthy, and constructive relationships for young adults.

This resource offers multiple approaches such as: interactive group activities, scenario cards, worksheets, and guided discussion questions and answers to teach students critical friendship skills including developing healthy relationships, understanding unhealthy relationships, and how to navigate challenging social situations.

This resource includes:

  • Educators' Guide
  • 104 Friendship Scenario Cards
  • 18 Blank Cards to create your own scenarios
  • 3 Printable activity reflections
  • Large and Mini Header Cards
  • 2 Interactive activities with step-by-step activity directions
  • 8 Worksheets
  • Large and Mini Header Cards
  • Black and white version included


ASCA Standards

Behavior: Social Skills

B-SS 2: Create positive and supportive relationships with other students


KEEP IN MIND: Social-emotional activities work best in an environment where relationships have been fostered through team-building activities and positive supportive relationships with your students.

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Throughout the years of working with youth, there has always been a need for culturally, racially, and developmentally appropriate resources to enhance their social-emotional and life-skills. These resources have authentic real-world examples, have been researched, tested, and received feedback from teens. Resources are designed to meet the needs of teachers, counselors, and administrators. These are great for Advisory, classroom lessons, push-ins, and groups.



Healthy V.S. Unhealthy Dating Scenario Cards A fantastic way to support your teens and young adults navigate the complexities of the dating world. By being able to recognize the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships!

This resource includes:

• 50 Scenario Cards and 2 blank cards for your own scenarios

• 2 Printable activity reflections

• Large and Mini Header Cards

• Interactive activities with step-by-step activity directions

• Essential Question(s)

• Guided discussion questions and answers

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Total Pages
56 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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