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Role Play Friendships

Role Play Friendships

With the child, prepare your imagination to role play meaningful friendship scenarios: “new kid in school,” “having a bad day,” and “working together on a school project.” Through role play, demonstrate how to act out the scenario showing ways that you can be a good friend in each of these situations. Afterwards, talk about the words they used and the things they did, and discuss which work best.



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Fri, Jul 24, '20

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