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.
WATCH THE STORY VIDEO!
A fun video that reads the entire book included in this lesson can be found at:
COMPLETE PICTURE BOOK
Two versions of the picture book, Tyler and the Tigersuit
, are included: a printable PDF file and a PowerPoint presentation that makes it easy to share the story with your whole class. No need to purchase a hard copy of the book - it’s all included.
Reading the book with your class optionally aligns with Common Core anchor standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.R.10
POST READING ACTIVITIES
After reading the included picture book, Tyler and the Tigersuit, your students can do any or all of these 10 printable crafts and worksheet activities:
Follow-Up Bully Questions
After reading the story in Tyler and the Tigersuit, you can discuss bullying with this worksheet. It is also a good jumping off point for discussing your students’ own personal experiences with bullying!
Optionally aligns with Common Core anchor reading standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.R.1
Guides students through assembling a little anti-bullying poster on a fall leaf made out of construction paper.
Characters vs Settings Worksheet
This worksheet prompts students to sort out the different characters and settings in Tyler and the Tigersuit.
Optionally aligns with Common Core anchor reading standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.R.3
Order of Events Worksheet
This worksheet prompts students to place events from Tyler and the Tigersuit in the correct order.
Optionally aligns with Common Core anchor reading standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.R.2
Action Words Worksheet
This worksheet prompts students to analyze the meaning of verbs taken from Tyler and the Tigersuit.
Optionally aligns with Common Core anchor reading standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.CCRA.R.4
Design a Costume Activity
This activity prompts students to get creative and design a Halloween costume.
Thank You Card
This printable card encourages your students to thank their moms, just like Tyler does in the story.
Students color the worksheet and then cut out the puzzle pieces. Then they can reassemble the puzzle as much as they want.
Color by Number Activity
Students color the library costume parade scene from the story according to the number code on the worksheet.
Coloring Page Activity
Students color the title page of Tyler and the Tigersuit any way they like.
CHECK OUT THE PREVIEW
The free preview for this product features photos of every single activity in this product, plus pages from the Tyler and the Tigersuit picture book.
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