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Focus on Friendship © Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002.
A friend is someone who likes you.
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. A friend is someone who… Is honest Likes to spend time with you Is nice and kind You can count on Shares Listens Can give love Likes people
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. It’s important to have friends to… Care about you Listen Support you Prevent loneliness Help you
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. A Good Friend Does Not… Tell lies Hurt you or others Gossip Ignore you
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. The secret to having a lot of friends is liking people. You can show people you like them by: Smiling Talking about their interests Being a good listener Sharing with them Telling them how you feel Doing things together
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. What are some things you like to do with a friend? …on a rainy day …outside …at school …with a group
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. To have friends, it helps to focus on others more than on yourself. Call the person by name often. Give sincere compliments. Accept the person the way they are. Apologize when you are wrong. Respect their feelings.
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. If you feel shy or nervous about meeting new friends, it might be because you think… “I don’t know what will happen.” “I might say or do the wrong things.” “They might not want to be my friend.” “No one will like me.”
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. You might want to try an easy friendship starter like one of these: “Hello.” “Hi, my name is_______. “Would you like to play?” “What’s your name?” “What’s up?” Write a note. Share something.
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. Now we’re going to play a fun game called “Friendship Bingo.” 1. Fill in the center box with your name and favorite activity. 2. When I give the signal to start, find someone in this group who fits the description in each box. 3. Ask him/her to sign his/her name in the box. 4. Try to find a different person for each box. 5. I will give you a signal when it is time to return to your seats.
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. FRIENDSHIP BINGO Plays soccerHas a birthday in the same month as yours Likes computers Is afraid of riding a roller coaster Your favorite activity ______________________ Name Likes to watch movies Likes to swimLikes to skate or roller blade Likes to sing or play music
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. What did you learn about a friend? Did you meet a new friend? What,if anything, did lots of c lassmates have in common?
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. When you focus on friendship, you focus on fun!
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. The Beginning…
© Copyright Janet M. Bender, 2002. Credits Microsoft Corporation 2002, Office XP, PowerPoint 2002
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