Friendship: Activities & Games

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Friendshipping Others

Friend September 2017 “Find It” Everyone should have someone to play with at recess! Samantha and Jia want to help. Can you help them find those kids who might need a friend?

 

We Need Each Other

Friend August 2017 “Row Together” Match each person with another person who has what they need. This activity shows some ways we need each other, such as you can’t play a team sport without other people, or we need each other’s talents to accomplish certain things. (Link also includes a story)

Friend February 1984 - Link includes instructions

Friend February 1984 – Link includes instructions

 

 

 

 

 

Being a Friend

Friend June 2018 “Family Night Fun” Add to the chain each time you do something towards being a good friend such as being kind, including others, etc.

Friends Around the World

Friend April 2017 “Everybody Needs a Friend” Match the way to say hello with the country’s flag. Also, find something in common like soccer. (Link includes a soccer maze.)


Friendship: Lesson Ideas

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How to Be a Friend

Friend September 2017 “For Parents of Little Ones” Ideas for teaching little ones how to be a friend.

How to Make Friends

Friend August 2017 “Friends Come and Go” Ways of dealing with friends moving away and making new friends.

 

 

 

 

(Idea: Before the lesson, cut the picture into parts. During the lesson discuss each part as you put the picture back together on the board)

Quiz Time!

Take this quiz with a new friend, but hide your answers! Then try to guess what the other person wrote.

What is your favorite game?
How many siblings do you have?
If you could pick any animal for a pet, what would it be?
What is your favorite movie?
What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten?
What is your favorite color?

 

Friend June 2017 “Question Corner” Ideas from children on how to make friends.

Friend May 2017 HELP for Shyness. It was hard for me to make friends. Then my cousin taught me to think of the word HELP. H is for “hobbies.” E is for “education.” L is for “what you like.” And P is for “plans.” I could talk to anyone about hobbies, school, what we liked to do, and what we were planning to do. That helped me so much that I grew up to be a journalist who interviews lots of people! Linda Davies, video producer

Friend April 2017 “Be a Light” Color in the sun as you figure out someone to do certain things for as a true friend such as loving, forgiving, encouraging, etc.

 

 

 

 

Friend February 2015 “Question Corner”  Children give ideas on how to make friends in a new school.

Friend February 2015 “Happy Alone, Happy Together” Ideas on what to do when want to be alone or when we are lonely.

We Share With Friends

Culture & Traditions (including gospel)

Friend June 1986 “What is a Friend”