Want your students to have better relationships and healthy boundaries so they can actually focus on academics? Students will learn how to master these skills and evaluate their current ability to maintain healthy friendships and relationships with family and acquaintances. These friendship activities are a great addition to your coping skills toolbox.
Teachers, School Counselors and School Social Workers can use these as workbooks for every student or print pages as needed for small groups, whole class lessons or individual counseling.
*Can be used in several days of lessons.
This resource Includes 46 pages:
14 Full Color Pages:
Yellow Cover page
Blue Cover page
7 Printable Tips Cards
•4 Tips for Setting Boundaries
•How to Stop Being a People Pleaser
•Types of Boundaries
•Fears to Overcome
•Using Your Voice to Set Boundaries
Types of Boundaries Infographic
Personal Space Infographic/Activity Sheet in Color
Personal Boundaries – I Can and Cannot Control – Full Color Infographic
My Boundaries are just right, not too loose, not too tight. – Infographic
32 Black & White Pages:
What are boundaries?
Personal Boundaries Sort (I can and cannot control)
Personal Space Circles/Zones Worksheet
Finding my Boundaries – Fears, Needs/Wants
Rigid, Loose or Healthy Boundaries?
4 Types of Boundaries
What would you do?
My Comfort Zone
No Excuses Necessary
People Pleasing Scenarios
Respecting the Boundaries of Others
Giving Too Much of Self
My Plan for Healthy Boundaries
10 Coloring Quote Pages
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