Creating Friends
True or False
Conflict Resolution
Scenarios
Harmful Actions
100

Where are some places you can meet friends?

School, sports, clubs, work, parks etc.

100

Friendships will never end.

False

100

Who is someone you can talk to if you are having a fight with a friend?

Parents/caregiver, teacher, guidance counselor, coach, etc.

100

A new student sits next to you in class. What can you do?

Say hello, introduce yourself, ask them to join you, help them find their way around, invite them to sit with you at lunch, etc.

100

Spreading _ _ _ _ _ _ about your friend or other people.

Rumors

200

How can you start a friendship?

Saying hello, introducing yourself, inviting someone to join you or sit with you at lunch, asking someone what they like, etc.

200

Friendships can create new friendships.

True

200

What is the best way to fix a conflict with a friend?

Talk to them about it when you are calm. Tell them how you feel and ask them how they feel. Try to come to a solution.

200

The friend you normally hang out with is not at school today. What can you do?

Join a group playing a game/sport, talk to someone else who is alone, etc.

200

Breaking a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ you made to your friend.

Promise

300

What kind of people would you look for to be friends with?

Someone who has similar interests, someone who is about the same age, someone you could see regularly, someone who treats you kindly, etc.

300

It is important to have all the newest clothes and stuff to make friends.

False

300

Your friend is talking badly about other people to you and it makes you feel uncomfortable. What can you do?

Tell them how you feel, walk away, change the subject, ask them to stop, etc.

300

Your friend makes a snapchat group and doesn't include you. What do you do?

Talk to them, think about why this group was created (homework? drama? sports?), etc, 

300

Telling _ _ _ _ about your friend.

Lies

400

What can you do if you find it hard to make friends or you are a shy person?

Practice what your going to say, ask an adult for help, try writing a note or a text, etc.

400

Your friends knows what is best for you.

False, only you know what is best for you.


400

Your friend starts to hang out with someone that you do not like. What do you do?

Talk it out with them, make a compromise

400

You walk out to lunch and there are no more spots at the table you normally sit at. What do you do?

Go find another chair, ask another group if you can sit with them, switch tables, etc.

400

True or false: Taking time apart from each other is bad for all friendships.

False, time apart can be helpful sometimes.

500

Who can help you make friends?

Family, adults at school, coaches, clubs, other friends

500

40 friends is better than having 4 friends.

False - Quality over quantity 

500

Your friend tells you that you cant hang out with other people. You don't feel comfortable with this. What can you do?

Talk to them, set boundaries, explain your feelings and the importance of having more than one friend, etc.

500

You overhear a person who you considered your friend talking badly about you. What do you do?

Talk to them about it, walk away, think before you speak, talk about it to an adult, stand up for yourself in a respectful way ("please do not talk about me when I am not there"), etc.

500

True or False: Sometimes you need to compromise and do an activity that your friend likes even if you don't really like it.

True, good friends can compromise.

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