Friendship and Social Skills
Hmm... Like in the comments that the responses are "i accept your apology" or "I do not accept your apology" at which pint the offender needs to offer to do something to help fix the situation as an apology is not always enough and the response "it's ok" is not accurate. 4steps by Emmymom2, via Flickr
Emmy Mom--One Day at a Time: The Four Part Apology
To Share or Not to Share SMARTboard lesson from Little Miss Friday on TeachersNotebook.com - (9 pages) - This interactive guidance lesson helps students get out of their seats to learn the sharing rules. Students drag pictures into either share or do not share categories.
Teach cooperation and friendship skills by playing this fun game on the smartboard. Students love learning about things that sweet pickles to do m...
Friendship Skills: Sweet and Sour Pickle Game
Guidance Lesson: Friendship and Charlie the Caterpillar
crafty school counselor blog: Character Caterpillar
Behaviour Management Toolkit Posters - R.I.C. Publications
These rubrics were designed to help counselors, teachers, social workers, or SLPs keep track of a student’s progress on #friendship goals. The set includes 7 rubrics in both a teacher and student version (for a total of 14 rubrics + 2 blank ones to customize). Presented in PDF and editable Powerpoint format!
Social Skills Rubrics: Friendship Pack
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