Can We Be Friends?

Can We Be Friends?

Buddy-building Strategies

Book - 2010
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Children who belong to healthy peer groups are generally happier and function at a higher level. Can We Be Friends? helps young students learn the steps it takes to meet, make, and keep a friend.
Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub., c2010
ISBN: 9780778748090
077874809X
9780778747932
077874793X
Branch Call Number: j 158.25 B9729c 2010 Beginning Facts
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm

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This book really breaks down social interactions and raises awareness of social cues. Written for grade school age but still helpful for younger children.

Children who belong to healthy peer groups are generally happier and function at a higher level. Can We Be Friends? helps young students learn the steps it takes to meet, make, and keep a friend.


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Nov 18, 2012

This book is written for school-age children of any age who are having trouble socially. It describes how to be a good friend with photographs, sample dialogues and point form descriptions. This book talks about how to introduce yourself, how to share and show that you care, how to read certain social cues and how to apologize and make up with a friend. Children who are somewhere on the autism spectrum would also benefit from this book and the logical steps given in this book would appeal.

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