Conflict Is Inevitable, Bullying Is Not (PDF)
Students in grades K-1 will learn to distinguish between bullying and daily conflict.
Telling an Adult about Bullying Is not Tattling (PDF)
Students in grades K-1 will learn the difference between telling and tattling and how to effectively alert an adult to bullying.
A Bad Case of Bullying: Using Literature Response Groups
Students in grades 3-5 respond to a story by writing and telling about a time they had a similar experience as one of the characters in A Bad Case of Stripes.
Say Goodbye to Bullies
Solve the math equations and find the secret message. A great starter lesson to spark classroom discussions on bullying behaviors and prevention in lower elementary grades.
A High-Interest Novel Helps Struggling Readers Confront Bullying in Schools
Grades 9-12 students read a work of realistic fiction about bullying and gain understanding through writing, Readers Theatre, and discussion.
Everyone has the right to be safe at school
Students will create and agree to a set of behavioral guidelines, emphasizing bullying prevention, which will help create a school climate where all students feel safe and respected.
The following lesson plan will increase students’ skills and knowledge to understand when bullying is happening, respond properly to bullying, and to commit to a bully-free school.
Stop The Bullying
During this lesson, students recognize the different types of bullying, causes, and ways of dealing with it. Through literature and the Internet, students learn how to handle bullying. Students will develop presentations to teach others how to handle bullying.
Exploring Bullying: Read, Analyze, Act
Video from the Teaching Channel
A resource from Great Expectations for counselors