Make it
"Just Right"
What is Friendship?
Feelings
Friendship Skills
Gratitude and Compliments
100

Someone at school makes fun of your new backpack. The next day, you leave your new backpack at home and use your old one.

Stand up for yourself. If you like your new backpack, keep using it!

100

What does it mean to be a good friend?

You are loyal, respectful, caring, kind, etc.
100

What is something that makes you happy?

Spending time with family and friends, playing a game, watching a movie, reading a book, eating Chipotle and pizza.

100

Someone new joins you class. How to you greet the new student?

100

What are you grateful for today?

To be back in person!

200

You notice a group of people playing a game that you want to play. Instead of joining in, you walk away and sit by yourself.

Ask if you can join in for the next round.

200

True or False: You can only be friends with someone who likes the same things as you.

False

200

Name a calm down strategy to use at home. Name a calm down strategy to use at school.

Deep breathing, take a break, go on a walk, draw, rocks and socks, 5 senses grounding, ask for help, talk to someone.

200

Show how to join a group of people who are talking.

Wait until there is a pause or say "excuse me".

200

Give a compliment to the person on your left.

300

You get mad at your friend because they want to play with someone else. You yell "you're not my friend anymore!".

You can play a different game with another friend. 

300

Name one Friendship Maker and one Friendship Breaker

Makers: Giving a compliment, helping a friend, sharing, listening, including others, etc.

Breakers: Name calling, yelling, interrupting, ignoring, etc. 

300

When you are feeling angry or frustrated, where do you feel it in your body?

Fists, chest, head

300

What should you do if you are in an argument with a friend?

First, talk about it respectfully and try to resolve it on your own. If this does not solve the problem, you can ask for help.

300

Why is it important to compliment others?

Because it helps us notice what we like about others and makes them feel good.

400

You get out during a game so you get angry and decide to quit.

Go with the flow! It's just a game and it's supposed to be fun.

400

True of False: A good friend should only hang out with their close friends.

False

400

What is something that makes you anxious?

Meeting new people, giving a presentation, trying something new, being called on in class

400

Name three ways that you can show interest in what someone is saying.

Eye contact, ask questions, make connections, body language, etc. 

400
How often should we express gratitude? Why is it important?

At least every day! It is important because it helps us have a positive mindset.

500

Your teacher assigns the class to read a new book. You don't like the book so you refuse to read it and get bad grade. 

Read the book anyway and try your best. Sometimes we have to do things we don't like to do and that is part of life.

500

How do you know if someone is your friend?

You spend time together, share thoughts and ideas, care for one another, respect each others differences, trust one another, etc. 

500

Is you are feeling down, what are three things you can do to help you feel better?

Talk to someone, change your thoughts, express gratitude, let it out

500

How can you make a new friend?

Introduce yourself, find common interests, ask questions, as them to hang out.

500

Name one thing you like about a group member.

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