Archive for the ‘Friendship’ category

U is for Understanding Friendship

June 10, 2017

F is for understanding friendship. Friendship plays a part in many of the novel studies we constructed and so we developed a stand-alone lesson plan about friendship. In Friendship Investigation Lesson Plan, students identify elements and benefits of friendship as they analyze their own friendships. The purpose of this lesson is to enhance and extend students’ understanding of what it means to be a friend.Friendship

 

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K is for Kickin’ Bookmarks

May 23, 2017

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