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I created No Mean Screens to deal with the unfortunate situation of cyber bullying in my school. I use these visual aids and handouts with grades 5 and 6. In this resource you'll get: -Social Media Questionnaire (find out what level of cyber bullying your students have witnessed or experienced alrea
Teach your students about cyberbullying with this activity pack. What students will learn:What is cyberbullying? Examples of cyberbullyingDifferences between cyberbullying and bullyingStrategies and tips on how to handle a cyberbullying situation (Take a BREAK)What is included:12 slide PowerPoint in
Growing up in the age of social media, teens and young adults tend to post every aspect of their lives. Using an interactive activity, survey, guided discussion questions and answers, and activity reflection worksheet, students will learn to recognize healthy and unhealthy uses for social media, whi
Educate your students about cyberbullying and help them to avoid being a victim (or a perpetrator) with this engaging word search worksheet. The words are hidden in all directions and there may be some overlaps making this a challenging word search. A great activity for early finishers or just for
Cyberbullying scenario cards and game activities are a great interactive way for high and middle school teens to learn about the different types of cyberbullying. This activity will help students to identify cyberbullying behaviors.This resource includes all of the following:Educators' Guide for Gro
Digital citizenship, internet safety, and cyber-bullying can be daunting! Many students' will relate personally to these topics when covered in class. This ice-breaker activity will open students' eyes to those students who may have had a better or worse experience using social media and technology.
Internet Safety Story: Read and Discuss. Online Friend? Written by Kelly Hashway. Sergio flung his backpack onto his bed and sat down at his desk. He turned on his computer and checked his email. He had three new messages. Two were from his friend Jason, and the third was from someone named Mary. Se
Inside you will find six of the web's best offerings related to cyberbullying and cyber safety for kids and pre-teens. The websites listed are from across the globe. Sites included are from the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada, and the United States. Included also is a link to a free downloadable
Show your 4th Graders how to be an upstander to cyberbullying using the computer via Google Slides. This lesson is based on the standards and guidelines set by Common Sense Media. You can either do this through the teacher's copy or through Google Classroom as an assignment if your learners have sch
Show your 5th Graders how to be an upstander to cyberbullying and not just a bystander to it using the computer via Google Slides. This lesson is based on the standards and guidelines set by Common Sense Media. You can either do this through the teacher's copy or through Google Classroom as an assig
"Stop is the Keyword" is a powerful-original song that encourages students to say STOP to end bullying acts. It is an all-time favorite song in my classroom. ..."STOP means don't say hurtful things, STOP means give me back my stuff, ... STOP is the Keyword" Through the poor decisions of Billy bull
Cyberbullying is one of the greatest challenges facing today's youth. The anonymity of technology makes it easier for children to engage and cyberbullying and more difficult for victims to know what to do. In this fun and interactive lesson, students learn what cyberbullying is and different strateg
PowerPoint Presentation on cyberbullying. Includes warm-up, activities, and vocabulary
This is a cross curricular resource that you can use with your grade 4 students when teaching them the unit on online safety.Students will love to act out different scenarios involving the concepts around netiquette, cyberbullying and bullying. This resource should be taught with the OPHEA resource
Great for Middle School!Defines bullying with the 3 Ps: Purposeful, Persistent, and Power difference.Includes 9 common middle school scenarios for which students can decide if it's rude, mean, or bullyingCyberbullying covers dangers, internet safety, and the THINK ModelDiscusses what you can do if y
*Disclaimer: I would like to mention that this is a sensitive topic and I would really encourage teachers to only present this to their students based on their needs, readiness and sensitivity to the topic. The Cyberbullying powerpoint includes some real-life testimonials, so please feel free to kee
This lesson is a complete overview of "Cyber Bullying." A description of Cyber Bullying, causes and, effects, and what to do if a student is being cyber-bullied is covered. Prevention and characteristics of cyber-bullies is also included. Clip art, printables, no prep needed. Writing prompt, Art Ac
Allow your students to work in teams to find out about the importance of not cyber-bullying. Activities are fun and informative and will allow students time to research cyber-bullying and make a variety of posters and informational materials for display.
Teach a whole year of health with no planning and less than 10 minutes per lesson with this whole year of health lesson plans. Topics include expected and unexpected behaviors, social emotional learning, managing feelings, bullying, drugs, tobacco abuse, vaccinations, goal setting, listening skills,
This resource contains 14 different digital activities for digital citizenship in Google Slides™. Slides include:Slide 1: Title pageSlide 2: Directions for Chromebook/computer users and iPad usersSlide 3: Building Vocabulary Knowledge: Students can use a paper dictionary or the two online dictionari
The Grade 5: Personal Safety and Injury Prevention activity packet. This activity packet is designed to meet the expectations outlined in the Ontario 2015 Revised Health and Physical Education curriculum document. With this unit, students are introduced to what supports are available for injuries an
Teach your youngest students how to stay safe online with these posters, worksheets and minibook. Students will learn how to be responsible digital citizens, what makes a strong password, what to do if they are being cyberbullied and what information is safe to share online. What is included:6 poste
Cyberbully Movie Graphic Organizer, Sub Plan, End of Year, Bullying MonthStudent Experience: This movie viewing pack highlights specific skills during the viewing of the movie, ABC Family's Cyberbully. It covers plot, cause/effect, setting, characterization, and character motivation. The questions
It is more important than ever to teach our students how to stay safe on the internet and how to be a good digital citizen. I have created this resource pack to use with upper elementary students to teach and review these vital skills. This is a rock star theme to teach students to be Internet Safet

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