Leap Into Social Skills: Being a Friend
Social Skills: Being a Friend
There are far more moving parts to being a friend than most of consciously think of. Yet, every
aspect of making, keeping and nurturing friendships is something all kids must
master to live a full social life that's rich in connection to others.
Kids suffer when they struggle with making and keeping friends,
but we can help in a big way with these skills.
Leap into Social Skills: Friendship
It's less than coincidental that we are debuting our new "Leap Into" line on Leap Day! It's the perfect time to introduce this fun, whimsical line that makes a difference in the lives of young children.
Our friendship unit is the first in a line. Stay tuned for future units!
Perfect for early childhood classrooms, home-use, counseling sessions and MORE!
This workbook deals with a dozen key concepts about friendship.
You'll receive a few tips about how you might possibly use this resource,
plus 5 discussion points for your classroom, home or counseling office.
Doing a unit on friendship with your scouting group? This would be ideal!
Hosting a slumber party for a group of kids? This is perfect for an activity!
It's suitable for both boys and girls.
What You Get:
20 Pages of Learning Fun suitable for early childhood
Cover is full color
Inner pages are greyscale, for money-saving printing
You'll use this resource time and again.
Revisit particular skills throughout the year and refer to them as a whole
class when students need more support in learning said skill.
This resource has full-color inside, as well as out.
It prints wonderfully in greyscale.
If you prefer a greyscale workbook to download,
just contact us and we'll be happy to send it to you
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