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Making Friends...


Let's Make Friends! Card Game

by Max & Marcia Nass (2010, YouthLight, 17.95)

Friendship making skills will resonate throughout a child’s lifetime as a basic human need. “Let’s Make Friends” teaches children how to develop relationships with peers in which they feel liked, respected, and valued. The main categories of this fun-filled card game contain the most important skills to making and keeping friends. 84 Cards; Grades K-5.

You Can Make Friends
: An Emotional Intelligence GameBook

by Lawrence Shapiro (2006, Childswork/Childsplay, 21.95/spiral)

This "Gamebook" helps children with the social skills needed to make friends with others. By using a removable spinner to play multiple games, kids can learn valuable skills while having fun. The skills include: how to look friendly, how to understand the feelings of others, how to act when you meet new people, how to deal with teasing and bullying, and more. The book includes reproducible game tickets and reward coupons. Grades K-6.

Friendship Bingo

by Arden Martenz (2006, MarCo, 16.95)

Teaches or reinforces friendship skills through the game of bingo. As students play the game and mark their bingo cards, they learn about the things associated with friendship: feelings, character traits, behaviors, pitfalls, and how to begin a friendship. Included are 8 reproducible activity sheets that reinforce all of the topics presented on the bingo cards, except beginning a friendship. For that topic, 10 role plays are included. Also included are 30 bingo boards, calling cards, and instructions for play. Grades 2-5. [8.5” x 11”...15 pages]

Miranda Peabody Learns What It Takes to Make New Friends

by Susan DeBell (2008, YouthLight, 15.95)

An entertaining colorful storybook provides instruction in the art of making friends and discussion questions and activity pages provide ways that children can practice a clear and simple way of making new friends. Grades PreK-4. [8.5” x 11”...40 pages]

Let's Be Friends
: A Workbook to Help Kids Learn Social Skills and Make Great Friends

by Lawrence Shapiro (2008, New Harbinger, 16.95)

This workbook includes 40 simple, fun activities to teach kids to: Find deep and lasting friendships, develop give-and-take relationships, and cope with rejection and disappointment. Grades 3-7. [8” x 10”...144 pages]

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