This social relationships pack is full of activities to help your students consider the people who are important to them. While completing these activities students will have the opportunity to list peers and adults that are important to them, and give reasons why these people are important. They will also be asked to draw themselves and their friends. These drawings will encourage your students to think about the characteristics that make themselves, and their classmates unique.
Students will also answer questions about friendship, and what it means to be a good friend, which is a great activity to accompany any discussion about empathy. The pack also includes a "Big list of relationships". This is a great take home opportunity, it asks students to list all of their important relationships. These are broken down into different categories, such as immediate and extended family, friends both in and out of school, and other important adults. This activity is an amazing opportunity for you to get to know your students better.
The final activity in this set includes two venn diagrams, so that children can compare themselves to a friend and a family member. They will think of some of the ways that they are different from this person, and some of their similarities to complete the diagram.
This pack was developed so that even the youngest students could complete it successfully with the help of an adult, whether that be one on one with the teacher, and aid, or a parent.
If you like this pack, please be sure to check out my Emotions and Feelings Bundle
This product is also available as part of my Social Relationships Bundle
. The bundle includes five activities at a discounted price.