Lessons on friendship

Explore the secrets to building and maintaining meaningful connections. Learn invaluable lessons on friendship that will enhance your relationships and bring joy to your life.
Pre K, Counselling Activities, Kindness Lessons, Kindness Challenge, Sunday School Lessons, Busy Teacher, Kindness Projects, Kindness Activities, Counseling Lessons

Whether you’re celebrating a week-long kindness themed week at your school or you’re looking for kindness activities to complete with just your class, I’ve got you covered! It’s important that we explicitly teach empathy, kindness, and compassion to our students. We cannot assume they already know what these traits encompass. And sometimes, it’s just nice

Leah Riley

Keeping Friends: Do your students need help with making and keeping friends? This friendship classroom guidance lesson introduces students to 6 basic steps to maintain and nurture a friendship. Students work in small groups to hypothesize about how each step looks, sounds, and feels. This activity works well for classroom guidance lessons or small group counseling to help kids develop meaningful friendships. What's included: Detailed, scripted lesson plan (objective, outline, materials list…

Katie Kimball
Friendship, Play, Pre K, Summer, Kinder, Professor, February, Awesome, My Friend

It’s important for preschoolers to have friends at a young age. Friendships help children develop many important life skills, like sorting out conflicts and getting along with other people. Encourage the class to make new friends and help them celebrate their friendships with the crafts listed below. These crafts are preschool-friendly, and children can play ... Read more

School Counsellor, Counselling Activities, Counseling Games, Boundaries Activities, Counseling Lessons, School Counseling Lessons, Social Skills Activities, Group Counseling, Counseling Activities

This resource is for teaching upper elementary students about friendship boundaries and solving conflict in friendships. It focuses on identifying the personal boundaries (togetherness vs. exclusion, fun vs. mean joking, caring vs. hurtful touching, sharing ideas vs. controlling/bossing, saying negative vs. positive things about a friend), generating examples of behaviors on the okay and not […]

Michelle Gana