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I Lost My BFF Teacher and Counselor Activity Guide

An Activity Guide to Help Friendships Work Out Jealousy and Rejection

Author:
Jennifer Licate
Illustrator:
Suzanne Beaky
SKU:
69-006
$19.95

Description

This teacher and counselor activity guide is designed to accompany the I Lost My BFF chapter book, which focuses on the evolution of friendships that happen over time, particularly with girls. This guide includes the text from the story, along with discussion questions and activities for each chapter! Engage students in meaningful conversation and relevant activities to help with their prosocial development.

Sophia and Camila have been the best of friends for a long time now - since first grade! They do everything together. They like the same things and they always have fun!

So imagine Sophia's surprise when Camila starts spending more time with Christabel, and it's interfering with Sophia and Camila's time together. All of this change is hard, and Sophia finds herself wondering why. Does this mean Sophia did something wrong? Does it mean Camila likes Christabel better? Sophia finds herself thinking... I LOST MY BFF!

Sophia decides to try some different strategies, and with help from her mom, starts to figure out how friendships change over time. Through honest conversations and open-mindedness, Eva, Camila, Christabel and Jewel soon learn that it's okay for friends to have other good friends, and not everyone needs to like to do the same things all of the time. If they are kind and respectful toward one another, their friendships can grow and change. 

This easy-reader chapter book is part of the Navigating Friendships book series, which is great for 4th-7th graders who are struggling with changing friendships, learning about self-advocacy, and figuring out how to get along with others. Included are 20 activities along with a digital content link for reproducible forms and worksheets. 47 pgs.

Published by Boys Town Press

ISBN: 978-1-944882-68-6

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Author:
Jennifer Licate
Illustrator:
Suzanne Beaky
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