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Resources & Activities

Resources

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.

Activities

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.



Visit our partners’ websites for more details about how you can stop bullying. If you need to talk to someone about bullying right now, call

Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868
or visit kidshelpphone.ca

And remember you don’t have to give your name.