We meet two young girls and their best friends. They explain the different games they play and although they occasionally have disagreements, they realise how important it is to make up again and remain the best of friends.
You could ask the children to think about themselves playing with their friends. What games are they playing? What makes the games fun? What things do they sometimes disagree about when they're playing? What happens when they disagree? How do they feel? You could invite the children to role-play a situation where two (or more) friends are playing and fall out with each other. What has happened? Tell them that they want to be best friends again. What must they do? Reflect with the class on strategies for 'making up'.