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Communicating with Friends

Friends are an important part of your life at school and at home. Being kind, helpful, flexible and communicating honestly are all qualities of a good friend.

Perspective Taking

Identify the highlighted person’s perspective on the right side of this worksheet.

Personal Space

Personal space is having space between you and who you are talking with. An arm’s length is a good space between you and another person. Being too close makes others uncomfortable.

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Positive Self Talk vs. Negative Self Talk

The way we talk to ourselves matters! Negative self talk will make us feel bad about ourselves, while positive self talk will help us feel good about ourselves.

Small Talk

Small talk is having a short conversation when we see people we know. We talk about things like the weather or the weekend. It is a friendly way to talk to people in a short time.

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Is this a Big Problem?

Problems often happen and they usually are a surprise. This can make us upset and cause us to overreact. We need to think about how we react and get help if we need it.

Advocating for Yourself

When we need help it’s important to say what we need. Advocating for yourself lets others know exactly what you need to succeed. Remember no one’s in your head, so you have say it!

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Oversharing means telling too many details. For certain topics, if we give too many details we can make others feel uncomfortable.

Size of Problem-Middle School

Read each problem situation and think about if it’s a medium or big problem. Medium problems we could solve ourselves, while big problems take longer to solve.

Compromising with Others

Compromising can help us solve problems. It means taking a piece from everyone’s ideas and putting them together to make both people happy. Compromising can help people agree.

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Understanding Emotions

Understanding your own emotions is the first step in being able to regulate and control your feelings. When you see someone’s face change, look carefully and see how they feel.

Healthy Boundaries

Setting boundaries are guidelines and rules that will help you create healthy and lasting relationships with the people around you.

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When is it Okay to Touch Others?

There are different ways we can touch others that are okay, like giving high fives during play. Other times touching someone can make them feel uncomfortable.

Types of Laughter

People laugh for many reasons. Understanding why people are laughing helps us know how to act. Think about their intentions and if you should ignore it or not.

Handling Rejection

Being rejected means not getting what you want or when someone does not want to hang out with you. It can feel really bad but you can to use positive self talk to feel better.

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Problem Solving

When we solve problems, we need to decide if they are big or small, if we need help solving them, and try out different solutions.

Friend or Stranger

Friends are people we know and have things in common with. Acquaintances are people we may see often but do not know much about. Strangers are people we do not know.

What Do you Say When

This worksheet focuses on what to say in different social situations.

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Asking Related Questions

Asking questions can help us keep a conversation going. Match each related response and question to the comment.

Making Comments

It is important to comment or ask a question as part of turn taking in a conversation.

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