Bullying Prevention Resources*
We invite administrators and teachers to please add an activity to your 2018-2019 school programming!
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Morgan Guess, age 15, is co-founder of Guess Anti Bullying Fund.
In this wonderful interview, Morgan shares a few things she wants kids to know and ideas how to use your voice in order to be part of the solution.
Morgan been an advocate for anti-bullying since she was bullied at age 8 and has since testified in front of the state legislature to support a bill that redefined bullying to better protect Kentucky public school students.
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Alyssa Antoci, age 15, is the co-founder of Strength behind Stars.
Here, Alyssa shares 7 points for school kids about bullying
Alyssa is the author of an anti-bullying children’s book called The Purple Marble, which she wrote when she was 8. It has since been made into a musical, which tours in schools. Alyssa speaks regularly in schools as an anti-bullying advocate.
Self-Paced online kindness modules
Kind Living intends to inspire people to both recognize and engage in acts of ordinary kindness. . There are three themes for you to complete, each progressing from the one before. The idea is to take a week with each theme, thus making this a three week class, but feel free to move quicker or slower as the mood strikes you. In fact, feel no pressure to do anything in any “supposed to” way.
Toolkit providing lesson plans and project ideas related to promoting kindness and anti-bullying.
Learning to Give's mission is to provide quality, teacher-written lessons, activities, and resources to help
K-12 teachers educate, equip, and empower students to be giving and caring citizens.
Click the links to find additional resources including four anti-bullying units and character education units.
Download No One Eats Alone™ Materials Online!
No One Eats Alone™ was created by Beyond Differences to encourage children to eat lunch with students they don’t know, and spot others who might feel left out and include them! No One Eats Alone is a Positive Prevention Initiative that works to prevent bullying before it starts by teaching students to lead the movement to end social isolation in middle school. The first 2250 schools to sign up will receive a FREE backpack with original curriculum guides for teachers and materials for student leaders to run No One Eats Alone Day. Friday, February 15th, 2019
ARTICLES OF INTEREST
Bullying and Substance Abuse: Who It Affects and Why
Drugrehab.com is a web resource that provides information about adolescent bullying, addiction, and mental health issues. They have published a very comprehensive educational guide about bullying and substance abuse.
Tuck.com introduces Bullying and Sleep: How Bullying Behavior and Sleep Impact One Another
This article explores the different types of bullying, symptoms that a child or adolescent is experiencing bullying, and the potential consequences associated with involvement in bullying behaviors, including its impact on sleep.
Your Gear Deconstructed just released: Guide on how to talk to your kids about cyberbullying, screen addiction, safe messaging, self esteem, smartphones, tv, video games, cybercrime and more!