We played this game for our lesson on being a good friend. It’s very simple and a lot of fun, especially when you have to untangle yourself at the end. Everybody sits in a circle and the first person starts out holding a ball of yarn. (I would suggest using a ball instead of a skein, like we did. We had a hard time getting it to unravel.) The first person throws the ball of yarn to someone else and says something they like about that person, or why they are a good friend. Then the next person goes, and so on. Pretty soon you end up with a web of yarn connecting everyone. We made it a rule that everyone had to be picked once so that nobody was excluded. Be ready with some suggestions for those kids who have a hard time thinking of a positive comment for their peer. I hope you have fun with this game, too!