5 kid-friendly friendship activities focused on developing the skills necessary to be a good friend. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice friendships skills using a friendship board game, worksheets, discussion cards, and a friendship craftivity.
Great for first and second grade students working on friendship in group counseling. This engaging seasonal format is used to maintain the interest of younger students and provide a supplement to your counseling program during the winter season. It can be used by counselors and teachers. Great for populations that need further support with social skills, but can also easily integrate into a social emotional curriculum.
- Snow Friends Skills Discussion Cards
- I have _________. Who has _________?
- Friendship Skills Matching Worksheet and Answer Key
- Color by Friendship Skill
- My Snow Friend Craftivity
- Snow Friends Board Game (with alternate all year game board)
- Blank Session Planner and SOAP Notes
- There are actions we can take to build our friendships.
- We can show that we care about someone else by helping them, using kind words, listening, including, and supporting.
- We build friendships by communicating with our friends. This means that we share our feelings and speak up.
- Friends cooperate with each other by compromising, taking turns, sharing, playing fair, and taking responsibility.
- We create strong friendships by connecting with people. We do this by understanding how they feel, finding common interests, and showing interest in them.
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