Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Characteristics

Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
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The purpose of the game is to help students and adults understand the characteristics of bullying. Many times bullying, teasing, and friendship conflicts are confused. Students need to understand when to report and when to try to solve a conflict themselves. This also helps children understand the importance of reporting instead of being bystanders.

According to this game, the characteristics of the bullying are:
-Happens over and over (repeats)
-It’s done on purpose
-It’s one-sided
-It’s undeserved

This download includes, printable cards, printable player pieces, and a printable board. If the player picks up a situation card, he/she must read the situation and decide if it is bullying. The game also includes victim cards and bystander situations.

This game is great for small groups, one-on-one with a child, or even a summary activity for a class lesson or parenting program. You can print as many copies as you need for your program!
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Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha
Bullying Board Game: Is It Bullying? Understanding the Cha