Positive Friendship Development Program
Description: Positive peer relationships, especially in preschool children, are an important socio-psychological trait that helps to form collaboration and leadership skills in adulthood, but also important. relatively few in Vietnam. The objective of this study was to use Art therapy to develop understanding and supportive relationships among 5–6-year-olds when interacting with peers, thereby develop group awareness, increase positive attitudes and behaviors, and improve self-esteem. The forms of Art Therapy used to build and develop positive friendships are painting, coloring, sculpting, tearing, and synthesizing, organized in groups with guidance and support. teacher help. The program is designed to match the Early Childhood Education program in terms of activity duration, ages of the participating children (5-6), and motor proficiency at this age. The attitudes that underpin the construction of activities are the theoretical basis of Art therapy, Vygotsky’s model perspective, Kant and Schiller’s game theory and Vygotsky and Vygotsky’s operational psychology and Leontev.