No doubt this handsome display will help little ones remember how to be a friend to others! Cut out a class supply of hand patterns (see print link) on white construction paper. Give each youngster a pattern and encourage her to color it. Display the hands on a bulletin board in a wreath shape. Title the board as shown. Finally, ask youngsters to give examples of how to be a good friend as you write their words around the wreath. This eye-catching bulletin board is sure to be a favorite!

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Will hang up work once school starts. But for the opening of school, I changed the words to, "Our class is...INCREDIBLE" and had my students' names posted on the bulletin board.

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Learning how to be a FRIEND is critical for all kids (at all ages). This FREE resource is a great reminder to help students out. Grab the full-size poster set (each letter is a standard 8x11 page). Displays great in hallways or bulletin boards, perfect for social/emotional learning too.

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