Upstander Anti-Bullying Activities for Juice Box Bully or DARE!

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The Responsive Counselor
Grade Levels
2nd - 5th
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20 pages
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After one day, the students started to use the terminology, "I'm an Upstander!" Easy to use and understand.
Very easy to prep. Wonderful resource for students to help them brainstorm words they can use to be a active bystander.
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We all want our students to become upstanders but like other social skils, this takes direct teaching, modeling, and practice. This anti-bullying lesson plan (standalone or paired with a mentor text) helps build positive classroom culture and community and gives students the opportunity to really learn and practice what it means to be an upstander.

This lesson plan includes:

• Brief opening ‘hook’ activity

• Discussion questions for three different mentor text options: Dare! by Erin Frankel, The Juice Box Bully by Maria Dismondy and Bob Soronson, and Say Something by Peggy Moss

Interactive and collaborative activities for students to practice being an upstander. Includes 30 scenarios (Color and B&W).

Class pledge and student pledge cards.

Exit Ticket for teacher/counselor to gauge mastery


✨Glowing Praise for This Resource✨

Excellent resource for such an important topic. I absolutely love using this, super cute & engaging. My students love this too. Will use for years to come.” ~Candace D.

“I LOVED using this resource! The scenario cards promoted such great discussion in my class about how to be an Upstander!” ~Rustic Resources


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