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Bullying lessons

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If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram, you have seen this photo and I am excited to share this lesson with you all! We used my Health Interactive Notebook a lot this year and I loved the ease of assembling them and filling them in, oftentimes together in a group with some independent and partner work built in. Click to see this in my TpT Store. Bullyproofing is a topic I like to touch on throughout the year. We talk about it at the beginning by using the Bucket Filling terminology and…

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The wrinkled heart bullying activity for kids (crumpled paper activity) is a powerful lesson every child needs to participate in to understand the lasting effects of bullying.This simple activity is a valuable friendship lesson that shows students how difficult a wrinkled heart is to mend!Who could imagine that a single sheet of scrunched up paper

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Learning how to treat others with respect is a huge part of growing up. Use this worksheet to help guide a discussion of what buddies do and what bullies do

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This writing activity creates a bulletin board display that shares the consequences of bullying through a chain of events!

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This bullying lesson using two apples will provide a memorable, visual to show the damage that can be done when we use harsh, unkind words.

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The crumpled paper or crumpled heart exercise is a powerful classroom activity to teach about the lasting effects of antisocial and bullying behavior. #bullying #lesson #lifelesson #antibullying #classroomlesson #friendship

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Bullying prevention can be a powerful way to raise awareness and stop hurt before it happens. These books teach great lessons for kids. I pair them with other teaching activities or discussions and reach out to parents so they can have talk with their children too.

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