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Causes of Friendship Breakdown
Causes of friendship breakdown
  • To explore causes of friendship breakdown.
  • To consider in particular the effect of insults.
  • To consolidate the effect of compliments from the previous strand.
Materials and Preparation
  • Flipchart paper and pens (for the activities ‘Causes of friendship breakdown’ and ‘Compliments and insults’).
  • Plastic or tin plate.
Introductory Name Game — Affirmation Game
My Best Friend

Seat the children in a circle. Start by modelling a statement about your best friend, for example: ‘I'm Mr Wright and my best friend is Paul’. The child to your left then says/signs, ‘This is Mr Wright and his best friend is Paul. I'm Mandy and my best friend is Holly’. Continue around the circle, with each new child having to remember and make a statement about the friend of the ...

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