This quick and simple activity is a powerful way to demonstrate the lasting and damaging effects of bullying to students. This activity generates deep, meaningful discussion in a class, and can easily be adapted for any grade or ability level.
Bullying writing, reading and discussion activities that are NO PREP! Use this anti-bullying resource to help raise the awareness about the effects of bullying.
This resource includes:
Bully/Buddy Writing Flip Book, Color and B&W (with pictured instructions)
Sorting Activity: Bully or B
This anti-bullying activity will help make your school bully-free! Educational and fun, this anti-bullying game is perfect as a bullying lesson or for indoor recess.
The game presents children with real-life scenarios. They’ll learn to solve conflicts, stand up to bullies, and report bullying t
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The last days before holiday break are always challenging because of the excitement surrounding the season. I use this lesson on one of those challenging days. Have your students watch the famous “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” movie and then have your students complete the following activities a
Bullying is a major issue in our schools, and something that MUST be addressed throughout the year.
This package contains many ideas and activities you and your class can participate in when you do Pink Shirt Day or International Day of Pink.
There are MANY different dates this could be celebrated
This is a collection of Anti Bullying Activities and lessons.
Activity 1: Students learning "what is a bully" and the 4 types of bullying and includes the Anti-Bullying Pledge.
Activity 2: Paper Doll Activity- where students create their own doll then crumple it and tell it that they are
An anti bullying activity for empathy building
This whole class activity showcases the permanent and destructive effects of verbal bullying. The students are active participants in seeing a literal metaphor of a bullied person and then respond to questions to develop empathy for this person. This
This anti-bullying bundle provides a multitude of ways to address bullying with your students. There are four separate lesson plans, and this bundle includes:
• 4 Step-by-step activity directions
• 4 Interactive activities
• Essential question(s)
• 4 sets of guided discussion questions and answers
Students can visualize and write about ways that they can intervene when they see bullying using these anti-bullying sunglasses!
Included are TWO different wording options that you can choose from. "What can you do when you see bullying?" and "#Blocking Shade".
This product includes TWO bulletin b
This is an amazing, must try anti-bullying activity. It is simple but leaves a lasting impression on students. I did this activity during my practicum and received such great feedback from the principal, teachers, students and even parents!
This activity only uses big paper and a marker and can be
This activity includes five bios of important people who have been bullied in their lives. With the bios, are laddered higher order thinking questions that correlate back to the text. Ultimately, this activity is excellent for common core standards practices, increased literacy, and evoking persuasi
Good Apple, Rotten Apple is a fun game where students get to decide where apples go—either in the "trashcan"or in the "basket" depending on whether the apples show bully situations, or nice things to build one another.
Read the ten sentences about the 10 apples and decide if the apple is showing ki
"WHAT WOULD YOU DO?", an activity that you could use with your students any time of the year.
In this activity, students will answer specific questions that deal with the "bullying" theme.
Could be used as a role playing exercise too!
Students will then write a paragraph using the
Anti-bullying activities: writing, art, task cards and more that are NO PREP! Great for Pink Shirt Day or National Anti-Bullying Day. It can also be used at any other time of the year! The activities will help raise awareness about the effects of bullying.
This resource includes:
What is a Bully
This short assignment printable will help students realize a clear understanding of why respect is necessary to function in the class room and society. I have used this assignment in my Social Studies classes and have found that the students enjoy reflexing on the meaning of respect and they have ga
Anti-Bullying Activity Pack
1. Bullying Role Play cards - editable!!!
15 situations - physical and non-physical examples.
3. Word Search
4. What is Bullying Activity? - Comprehension and Question Sheet
5. Superhero masks for anti-bullying
Masks are great as a classroom resource
This activity is meant to be used to promote community and vulnerability in the classroom, while directly addressing issues such as bullying and broken relationships. Students are able to anonymously answer statements regarding their experience at school. Once students have completed those statement
KISS we have all heard of that, right? Keep It Simple Stupid; that's what these 13 activities are all about. They will build respect, encourage responsibility, and most of all help stop bullying in your school or classroom. They are simple to use and your student's or your own children will love the
In this interactive video activity, students watch a short silent film on bullying and peer pressure in high school. Then they complete a worksheet activity where they discuss peer pressure and bullying in schools and write about them using the Subjunctive Tense to express their opinions. This act
During this activity, I gave each student a heart to hold. I read the book Chrysanthemum out loud to them. Each time they heard a student in the story bullying and not using nice words they wrinkled the heart a little. At the end we tried to smooth out the heart. The students learn that their not-so
Bullying has become a huge concern in schools these days. I wrote this story when I wanted to teach a reading lesson to my fifth graders on mild bullying behaviors. I found stories to be either too babyish or involving a gun at school, so I wrote my own story. This story addresses gateway bullying b
Our Wonder Unit Teaching Package has 259+ pages and slides of engaging activities. Learners will enjoy the rigor and creativity in these standards-aligned resources built from best practices.
NOVEL: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
This anti-bullying curriculum is full of posters and activities to help raise the awareness of the effects of bullying. It includes activities to do with your class, craftivities, graphic organizers, writing prompts, posters, and handouts for parents.
These complete lessons help students learn about fostering positive relationships as friends and peers to help prevent bullying, respond effectively to peer pressure and develop skills to deal with conflicts.
Each lesson takes 10 minutes or less to prepare and comes with a variety of activities t
It's said that students don't care what a teacher knows until they know their teacher cares. The same can be said for the student to student relationships in a classroom. Preparing students to learn from one another and be part of a caring community of learners are important tasks for every teacher.
Use this anti-bullying resource to develop bullying awareness in your students and classroom. Help students prevent bullying through a brochure, graphic organizer and sort. Discuss and read examples of what bullying is and what is bullying is not.
This bullying resource would also work great after
Sometimes a teacher just needs a tangible way to show the harmful effects of bullying...this is mine. I call it "The Apple Activity". The premise is simple enough but the message behind the lesson is the most powerful message in anti-bullying I have used in my own classroom to date.
Words hurt. A
This product is the first phase of an anti-bullying program developed for a problematic group of 5th and 6th graders. The approach is based on creating a culture of empathy and respect by raising awareness, teaching assertiveness and how to stand up for others. (During Phase Two, the boys did team
This Digital Citizenship writing activity poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by promoting good digital citizenship in your classroom. The collaborative poster comes with a discussion handout for, "how can you be a good
Use this NO PREP complete lesson plan, student handout and powerpoint with a copy of "The Sneetches" (or use link to read aloud video in PPT slide) to discuss acceptance, segregation, discrimination and text connections.
Perfect for the beginning of the year, Black History Month or any time of th
This Drama Circle takes your students through an anti-bullying discussion - taking about the bully, the bullied, the bystander, and the brave.
Drama Circles are a fun drama activity that can be used during drama activities, morning meetings, oral language activities, reading fluency practice, coope
Our Google Drive Wonder Unit Teaching Package has 259+ pages and slides of engaging activities. Learners will enjoy the rigor and creativity in these standards-aligned resources built from best practices.
NOVEL: Wonder by R.J. Palacio
What is a bystander? What is an upstander? What should I do if I witness bullying? This activity answers those questions for students and puts them in real life situations to decide what they would do if they witnessed bullying.
The activity has an introduction PowerPoint where students learn th
Raise awareness with this bully prevention and anti-bullying lesson with activities and flap book. Students will learn strategies to identify and handle bullies and develop a positive classroom atmosphere with an anti-bullying classroom contract. Includes lesson plan, anticipatory set skit, bullyi
The Functional Approach to Character Education (FACE) Anti-bullying Curriculum is a K through 5th grade interactive model for alleviating the conditions that often cause students to intimidate other students, including lack of respect for another's feelings, lack of appreciation for physical/behavio
Does your school implement OLWEUS Anti-Bullying Program? This is the perfect starter pack for your classroom. You will find everything you need to add that little "extra" touch to all of your OLWEUS resources.
In this pack:
-4 different options for crate covers or basket labels to help you store OL
This is a Guidance lesson for Kindergarteners using the book, "The Recess Queen" by Alexis O'Neill. This book is about the Queen of Mean, Jean, and how her classmates see her, and how Jean learns to share the playground and make friends.
This activity is ASCA student standard aligned, Michigan Car
This unit includes over four center activities to help teach important vocabulary around bullying and anti-bullying.
- Making Words (2-9+ letter words)
- Word Search (including most of the vocabulary words)
- Parts of Speech Sort (sorting 36 bullying and anti-bullying-themed words i
4 awesome, short skits that allow students to act out common scenarios with bullying.This pack focuses on bullying that occurs on the bus and at recess. Skits can be practiced and completed within 20 minutes with no props. After the skit, there are great teacher discussion questions provided, along
This is an entire unit for the movie: A Girl Like Her.
Four Character Analysis Graphic Organizers
Discussion Questions and Journal Entries
Download the teacher notes in the preview! All documents mentioned in the Teacher Notes are included in this un
You will receive an introduction to bullying via PPT.
We have developed two games and an activity to keep your students engaged after your lesson. Test if the students know the definition of bullying.
In addition to the powerpoint:
1. You will receive a cross word puzzle. A set of 30 different sh
This product includes 5 Anti-Bullying puzzles and baggie labels. Copy them onto card stock, laminate, and cut apart. Put individual puzzles into baggies. Use the labels to put on the outside of each baggie.
There are also black and white versions of each picture puzzle for students to color an
Bullying, Kindness, Respect, Responsibility, Sharing, Manners, Fairness, Friends, Helpfulness, and Classroom Rules character education units for every month of the school year! Engaging reading and writing activities, games, and art activities that strengthen the importance of having good character.
Great Puppets to promote anti bullying.
Puppets go great with the book "The Recess Queen"
Girls will enjoy making the girl puppets while the boys will enjoy making a monster puppet with a positive message-
Treat others as you would like to be treated-
I'm No Bully!
Use the power of the word "I" to help students solve interpersonal problems. This anti-bullying lesson plan and activity is great for ESL, speech therapy, and special education students who may have difficulty expressing themselves.
Anti-bullying Curriculum - This activity is a multipurpose approach to reinforce understanding of English Language Arts: Story Elements (characters, setting, plot) and research the problems related to bullying. Students will design a social media campaign to keep their school campus informed about t
4 short skits that allow students to act out common scenarios with bullying. Skits can be practiced and completed within 20 minutes with no props. This pack focuses on bully's that repeatedly leave out and single out other students. After the skit, there are great teacher discussion questions provid
This lesson is designed to spark classroom discussion celebrating tolerance, diversity, and compassion. Together with other anti-bullying programs and activities, these activities support character education for students of all ages.
Included in the PowerPoint presentation are the definitions
October is National Bullying Prevention Month
Celebrate Halloween while standing up to bullies! This lesson uses kids’ natural interest in Halloween as a jumping off point for discussing bullying.