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Today you will learn how to make and keep friends
Lessons we learn from the toy story movies
Andy who is now 17 years old is about to leave for college. Meaning that as an adult he has to leave his toys behind. The toys believe that Andy intended to throw them away so they all get inside a box of donations and end up in Sunny Side Daycare. Buzz later wants to get transferred to the older children's room but he gets captured by Lotso who takes control of him. Woody leaves Sunny Side Daycare. Woody then leaves the Daycare in order to find Andy, but later returns to Sunny Side for his friends. While trying to escape from the Daycare they end up in a garbage truck and are in risk of dying. When they arrive back to Andys room, Andy takes them to Bonnies house and gives his toys to her.
ind something in common
espect other students
nvite and Include kids
mpathy- show you care
ever give put-downs
o the right thing
ay you're sorry
You are what you believe
When Buzz was first introduced to Woody, he really believed he was Buzz Lightyear the Hero. Later, when Buzz was down on himself, Woody convinced him he really was a hero.
To have friends, you must be friendly.
If you think you can or you think you can't, you're right.
Remember the bear, Lotso, from Toy Story 3? Lotso looks very warm and friendly, but didn't act warm and friendly.
Good friends work well together.
P.S. A.2: Acquire Interpersonal Skills
Learn how to make and keep friends
Friends help friends stay positive!
You've got a friend in me!
A Lesson on Learning How to Make and Keep Friends
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What characteristics make these characters good friends?
Which character would you want to be your friend?Why?
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You've got a friend in me!