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CHARACTER EDUCATION/BULLETIN BOARDS
Fishin' For Good Friends

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: March 31, 2001

Read to your students the delightful tale, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister. After reading, discuss what it means to be a good friend. Then give each student a piece of construction paper and a small piece of aluminum foil. Have each one draw their fish and cut out. Then have them cut out small "scales" from the aluminum foil and glue onto their fish. Next have your students write different characteristics on their fish of traits that a "good friend" has. Some examples may include: "helpful", "kind", "considerate", or "honest". Post the fish on a bulletin board that reads, "Fishin' for Good Friends".

     
 

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