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Teaching Friendship in the Classroom {FREE printables}

TheHappyTeacher
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K - 3rd, Homeschool
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Teach students about friendship with these student activities & printables. After reading the book "Peanut Butter & Cupcake" by Terry Border, create an anchor chart about the characteristics of a good friend.

In this freebie, you'll find two printables where students can brainstorm how to be a good friend. Additionally, there are three writing activities.

1. List 5 ways to make friends

2. Write about a time when you were a good friend. Illustrate.

3. Write about a time when you were NOT a good friend. How could you have been a better friend? How did you feel? How did your friend feel?

If you have any questions, e-mail me at TheHappyTeacherTPT@gmail.com. To see my anchor chart and more pictures, read my my blog postr

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9 pages
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