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These free friendship lesson plans and printables will help children build friendships in the classroom.

These free friendship lesson plans and printables will help children build friendships in the classroom.

This is another free resource for teachers and families from The Curriculum Corner.

Download these free friendship lesson plans and printables to help you plan for a friendship focus in your room.

Friendship is a theme often explored in early learning classrooms.

These activities are designed to help you work on an understanding of friendships with your preschool, prekindergarten and kindergarten students.

You will find a range of printable friendship materials to add to your curriculum.

Giving students lots of examples of how to be a good friend can help them understand how to form positive relationships.  We wanted to create resources that will add to this study in your classroom.

These free friendship lesson plans and printables will help children build friendships in the classroom. Designed for kindergarten classrooms.
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This set of friendship lesson plans and printables

Within the set of materials we have created, you will find activities for your class to complete in centers and independently. Some might be used as a part of a class discussion.

We have just updated this older collection of resources. You will find new, expanded materials along with all of the files being provided in a single download.

How to be a friend poster This is provided fully in color, with a white background and as a black and white version for children to color.

When I’m a friend / When I’m not a friend sort Print the cards for a class discussion. Students sort the cards into two categories. These can also be reviewed as center practice.

Writing a friendly letter Children can practice their writing skills while communicating with their classmates.  Younger students may need guidance to complete this task, you could even choose to do guided writing activities with the whole class.

Friendly Letter Word Bank  It is often helpful to have a word bank for younger students.  As a class, brainstorm a list of words you might use when writing to a friend or about friends.  On a piece of chart paper, record the words your class thinks of.  You can add to the list throughout the week. Or, children can create their own page using the printable we included.

My Friend Book Students practice reading and writing the word friend. This can be an independent activity for students working on their own while you work with small groups.

My Friends Have students complete a page for each classmate.  Students can either draw a picture of each friend or you could provide a photo for students to include.  We think it would be cute to include a class photo on the cover.

You can download this free friendship themed set here:

Friends Download

Friendship Tree  We found this idea on Early Childhood Scribbles – this would be a great art project to celebrate your friendship week in the classroom.  Kristen has even more great ideas that could be a part of your friendship week – hop on over to her blog and explore!

You will find the super cute clip art we used at EduClips!

Looking for other resources to add to your classroom? Try these freebies we have created:

As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!

You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.

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