Conversation
Self-Esteem
Emotions
Problem & Reaction
Friendship
100

Name topics of conversation you can think about when talking to a new friend.

Books, school, games, food, pets, family...

100

Tell us an "I statement" about yourself to boost confidence!

100

What is the blue zone?

100

What does it mean to match your reaction to the size of the problem?

100

What are the steps to building a friendship?

1. Learn about them

2. Share about yourself

3. Spend time with them

4. Keep the friendship equal

200

What is over-sharing? Explain how to say the "just right amount of info"

200

What is positive self-talk?

200

What is the difference between the red and green zone?

200

What size is the problem? You left the front door open and your dog runs out of the house

200

What does perspective taking mean? Why is it important in a friendship?

300

What are conversation stoppers? Why do we want to avoid them?

300

Name 2 positive traits about yourself!

300

When do we use a calming strategy?

300

How would you react? You smell something burning in the kitchen and then you see a small flame in the toaster

300

If we feel like we are being left out, what can we do?

-Remember to not always take everything personally as sometimes friends leave us out by accident. Sometimes they just want to hang out with someone else one on one.  -we can use positive self-talk, which is saying positive things to ourselves.-Find something else you like to do, or ask someone else to hang out.

400

What are things to remember while having a conversation?

Let both people speak, Respect others opinions, Read others faces, Keeping a topic both people are interested in, Respect others, Quiet or calm body, Eye contact





400

Name an activity you are good at. 

400

Name 2 calming strategies you like to use.

400

problem size and solution. You are at a pizza restaurant and you want plain cheese pizza. They need to make a fresh one, but you have wait 25 minutes. Your friends don't have time to wait.

400

Give an example of a time you asked a friend for plans.

500

Why is it important to "read the room" during conversation? What can we do if someone looks uninterested?

500

Give an example of a time you were confident. How did it feel to be confident?

500

Show us how to do turtle breaths!

500

Give an example of a time you solved a small problem on your own.

500
What is keeping the friendship equal?
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