Top 10 Friendship Printables Grades K-5

ELA, writing, and social-emotional reinforcement - and great for bulletin boards!

Celebrate the joys of friendship with our top 10 friendship printables. Examine the characteristics of a good friend, the meaning of friendship, and more with these activities. These resources are perfect for Friendship Day, Friendship Week, and Friendship Month and are appropriate for grades K-5.
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Use this guide to help students write a paragraph about their friend.
Have students draw a picture of what they enjoy doing most with their best friend. Use this art printable as part of a unit on friendship or as an extension activity for the Caldecott Honor book One Cool Friend, illustrated by David Small and written by Toni Buzzeo.
Use this literature printable to explore the theme of friendship as it relates to books.
Use these discussion questions about friendship and jealousy with the Katie Kazoo Switcheroo books.
Students consider what their early experiences with friends taught them about friendship.
Make a bulletin board for managing a class unit on friendship.
Enhance understanding with a teaching guide that offers teaching ideas and extension activities for Friendship According to Humphrey by Betty Birney.
Assign one of 10 journal topics for students on the subject of friends.
Create a wall display to review what it means to be a friend.
In this drawing activity, students draw a picture of their best friend. This printable makes a great gift for Friendship Week. It features Otis and the calf from Otis by Loren Long.
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