Check out these resources to show you how to prevent bullying and Stand UP!
For Teachers – The Next Step Teacher's Guide: Watch the Bullying Awareness Week episode of The Next Step and use this Teacher's Guide to facilitate a discussion in your classroom.
For Parents – Bullying Prevention Tip Sheet: It’s never too early to talk to your child about bullying – these tips can help.
For Teachers - Bullying Prevention Tip Sheet: Talk to your class about bullying early to prevent incidents throughout the year.
For Parents and Teachers – LGBTQ Fact Sheet: Facts about LGBTQ students and tips to help reduce bullying against them.
For Students - Bullying Prevention Tip Sheet: Here is a tip sheet of suggestions for things you can do to help stop bullying when you see it happen.
For Teens – Cyberbullying Fact Sheet: Have you or someone you know been bullied online? Here are some definitions and tips on how to handle it.
For Students – Cyberbullying Response Tip Sheet: Have you or someone you know been bullied online? Here are some tips on how to handle it.
For Students – Teasing or Bullying Tip Sheet: Sometimes it’s hard to tell when teasing crosses the line into bullying; here are some ways to tell.
We’ve got activities to help you recognize Bullying Awareness Week in your classroom as well!
Word Search: Complete this word search about ways to help someone who is being bullied.
Word Search(Intermediate): Complete this intermediate word search about ways to help someone who is being bullied.
Bullying Quiz: Test your knowledge with this quick and easy quiz about bullying.
Comic Strip: Students can create their own bullying storyline showing the best way to resolve the problem.
Crossword: Challenge students to complete this bullying-themed crossword to learn more about the topic.
Create your own PSA: Create your own bullying awareness public service announcement with these step-by-step guidelines.
Cyberbullying Word Jumble: Unscramble these words and phrases that are associated with cyberbullying.
Draw a Picture: Draw a picture for Bullying Awareness Week and hang it up in your classroom!
Write a Letter: Write a letter to someone who is important to you about how to STAND UP! to bullying.