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It can be awkward to reach out to make a new friend - why not provide a helpful guide of friendship tips to make creating new relationships easier?!  


Making friends and social connections are an integral part of a child’s developmental goals as well as learning social and emotional intelligence. In this book, we learn, step by step, the skill of making friends, the power and effects of our words on others, and how to pick ourselves up after our friendship-making attempts go awry.


When children establish social connections, a strong sense of belonging and security is created, along with reduced anxiety and stress in the process. Childhood friendship has an extensive impact on physical and social-emotional welfare. By nurturing friendships, children have a greater sense of wellbeing overall. In this book the fundamental steps to making a friend are approached. The underlying themes of diversity, resilience, and inclusion are highlighted, showing the vast scope of what it truly means to make a friend. 


Learning outcomes

  • Interconnectedness
  • Empathy 
  • Social-emotional development
  • Inclusivity
  • Diversity
  • Civic engagement
  • Teamwork 
  • Personal Safety
  • Free downloadable teachers' notes with curriculum links provide scaffolding and help teachers to design a learning experience


Large format A3 sized big book, 297mm x 420mm - 22 pages.

Quality, high thickness paper. Laminated throughout for extra durability. 


For more learning on friendship see our My Friends Big Book and our My Friends Lapbook Series.


ISBN: 9781922477163

    £24.99 Regular Price
    £19.99Sale Price
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