Making Friends Enter Objectives: The children will know
Making Friends Enter Objectives: The children will know and understand : What friendship is. What makes good/bad friends. How to make new friends. How friendships break down.
Teachers Notes Next Page Teachers Notes Encourage children to think about their friendships and why they are/are not successful Discuss what children would like in a friend Discuss ways that new friends can be made Discuss why friendships do not always work
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The dictionary says: Friend (frend) noun. 1. A person whom one knows, likes and trusts. 2. A person with whom one is allied in a struggle or cause;co 3. One who supports, sympathises with, or patronises a grou 4. An acquaintance. Click Here What makes a good
friend? What makes a bad friend? Word bank bragging loud boss y
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n talk behind back How can you make new friends? Why do friendships end? Remembe r and therefore has different
Everybody is different friends. It doesnt matter if you only have a few friends as long as you have good friends. Sometimes you need to change the way you behave in order to make new friends. You may need to develop new interests in order to make new friends. Friendships do not always last forever some will come and go, some will last a day and some will last a lifetime.
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