Did you ever notice how different and unique each friendship in your life is?! You might have a friend you love to play sports with, a friend who brings out the goofy side of you, or a friend you totally gel with on school projects. As Friendship Fact #2 teaches us, “Every friendship is different”.
It can be really interesting to create a visual map of our friendship network, so that we can see the variety of different people that we are connected to. Doing this can also help us to reflect on the health of our friendships… Think about all of your friends. If you were to map out all your friendships, who would be part of your Friendship Map? Who would be closest to you? Which friends might be further away, but still part of your life?
This lesson is designed to help students to reflect on their current network of friends, thinking about their friendships a little more objectively.