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A Friendship Place Lesson Plan

A Friendship Place Lesson Plan
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"A Friendship Place Lesson Plan" is an early childhood teaching unit for children's learning the  social skills of friendship, taking turns, and sharing. This delightful story based unit features Billy Bobcat and Beau Bear who join their friends at Pondering Pond and have to figure out how to share the same spot for a concert. Real life emotional struggles with sharing, reflect the everyday experiences of young children as they learn to share in order to have friends and be a friend.  This teaching unit includes "The Friendship Song", lyrics, activities and Points to Ponder.   This is a part of the "I'm Ready Here I Come School Readiness Program", created by Llynda Fogle through a federal grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission  to support pre-k children as they prepare for kindergarten.

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"A Friendship Place Lesson Plan" is an early childhood teaching unit for children's learning the  social skills of friendship, taking turns, and sharing. This delightful story based unit features Billy Bobcat and Beau Bear who join their friends at Pondering Pond and have to figure out how to share the same spot for a concert. Real life emotional struggles with sharing, reflect the everyday experiences of young children as they learn to share in order to have friends and be a friend.  This teaching unit includes "The Friendship Song", lyrics, activities and Points to Ponder.   This is a part of the "I'm Ready Here I Come School Readiness Program", created by Llynda Fogle through a federal grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission  to support pre-k children as they prepare for kindergarten.

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