Bullying: Teach Prevention/Correction and Problem Solving
Each year over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying. No one wants to be teased or picked on. Bully help guides will show students what a bully is, how to stop being a bully, how to figure out if you are getting bullied, and how to stop a bully.
This activity was created for a group of sixth grade students with autism who needed extra help understanding what it means to be a bully and what it means to be bullied. As adults, we tend to try to help only the student who was bullied and reprimand the student who was being the bully. I created a tool to help both the bully and the victim so that both can better understand their behavior and make good choices.
The packet uses clear, simple clip art and language. It was specifically designed to educate those with autism but has proven to be an effective educational tools for individuals with and without autism.
This is great to use for character education, life skills, group discussions, behavior management, one-on-one discussions, counseling and file folder activities. I also give these to the students as handouts for them to take home to talk to their families about bullying.
Included printables are
• Am I a bully?
• How to stop being a bully
• Am I being bullied?
• How to stop a bully
• Bullied Monitor (3 different charts)
• Bully Monitor (3 different charts)
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