NEW! Making friends KS1/Year 2

NEW! Making friends KS1/Year 2

Author: EC Publishing
£3.50

Making and keeping friends KS1 PSHE lesson.  A one-hour long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS1. This lesson has been created for Year 2, however, the activities may also be suitable for younger KS2 children (Year 3). In this lesson, the students will learn about making friends, including the dos and don'ts of meeting new people . We will discuss places where we can make new friendships and reflect on the bests way to let someone know that you would like to be friends with them. The lesson includes a case study starter, a video clip with accompanying questions, a puzzle activity and a plenary task. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 /21 guidelines, the lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, all editable with accompanying tasks and worksheets. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to.

Making and keeping friends KS1 PSHE lesson.  A one-hour long, very detailed, fully resourced PSHE lesson suitable for KS1. This lesson has been created for Year 2, however, the activities may also be suitable for younger KS2 children (Year 3). In this lesson, the students will learn about making friends, including the dos and don'ts of meeting new people . We will discuss places where we can make new friendships and reflect on the bests way to let someone know that you would like to be friends with them. The lesson includes a case study starter, a video clip with accompanying questions, a puzzle activity and a plenary task. Created to fit the new DfE and PSHE Association statutory 2020 /21 guidelines, the lesson includes a detailed PowerPoint, all editable with accompanying tasks and worksheets. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities. It is designed to be ‘no prep’, so you can just pick it up and use it, although it is still adaptable should you wish to.