SOCIAL SKILLS: Good Friend Checklist~ Visual Supports

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Do you have students who struggle to demonstrate Good Friend behaviors?

 

Do they yell at kids and/or use a rude tone?

Do they accuse kids of cheating and being unfair?

Do they ignore kids or walk away from them?

 

Many children who engage in these behaviors are unaware that they are actually pushing away potential friends. Others, are aware, but lack the skills needed to display Good Friend behaviors.

 

These checklists, along with some healthy discussion and even some role playing, can help students better understand how and why to be a good friend.

 

Use the "Are You A Good Friend?" checklist to review before recess, a group project, or a play date.

 

After, use the "Were You A Good Friend?" checklist and check the boxes that apply. Laminate and use a dry erase marker so that you can use this resource again and again.

 

To check for comprehension or for your independent students, use Set 3 checklists and have the students write in their own information.

 

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Included Please Find :   22 Pages

 

✅ Set 1

 

Are You A Good Friend? {With Pictures, In Color}

Were You A Good Friend? {With Pictures, In Color}

 

Are You A Good Friend? {With Pictures, In Black & White}

Were You A Good Friend? {With Pictures, In Black & White}

 

✅ Set 2

 

Are You A Good Friend? {Words Only, In Color}

Were You A Good Friend? {Words Only, In Color}

 

Are You A Good Friend? {Words Only, In Black & White}

Were You A Good Friend? {Words Only, In Black & White}

 

✅ Set 3: Make Your Own

 

Are You A Good Friend? {With Pictures, Black & White}

Were You A Good Friend? {With Pictures, Black & White}

 

Are You A Good Friend? {Without Pictures, Black & White}

Were You A Good Friend? {Without Pictures, Black & White}

 

 

✅ BONUS: Posters~ Being A Good Friend Means {1 In Color & 1 In Black & White}

 


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