Activities & Games

Compliment Catch
Kindergarten-5th Grade
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Allotted Time

15 minutes

Target Behavior

Compliment or congratulate somebody
Kids reach to catch a ball in the air

Words to Live By

I am a friend. I support and trust. Working together is a must. Kind and caring I will be. I listen to you. You listen to me.
Relationship Skills
Be a friend who supports and trusts others
Children who support and trust others can: 
PRACTICE sharing encouraging comments with others
DEMONSTRATE encouragement of others and recognition of their contributions
RECOGNIZE when it’s appropriate to give a compliment
DEMONSTRATE expressing appreciation to someone who has helped them

Help students practice giving compliments to each other during this engaging group game

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