Brand NEW! Teach kids all about bullying with this engaging 50-page bully comic and workbook FULL of activities!
Help kids learn strategies if they are being bullied, witnessing bullying, or are the bully!
This bundle includes a lesson plan, tip sheets, worksheets, posters, scenario cards, activities, and more, making it perfect for home, the classroom, or the guidance office.
This is jam-packed with visual supports, and the comic book format means even your most reluctant kids will love this lesson about bullying.
Low prep = print and go!
- 50 pages of comics and fun, interactive activities, lessons, and posters.
- Can be taught in a mini-lesson, or you can chunk as many lessons together as you like and pick and choose which activities to do.
Topics Covered (10 pages of comics!)
- Lesson Plan
- Bullying Myths
- Tips for Parents, teachers, and for bystanders
- Bullying comic (what is bullying, how does it make you feel, what can you do, what can you do if you see someone else getting bullied and what if you are the bully?)
- Bully or Buddy worksheet
- Support Worksheet
- Bully Poster - Design your own
- Discussion Questions
- Scenario Cards
- Bullying Bookmarks
- Bullying Sticker Cut-outs
- 6 Posters - Color and Black and White
Ways to Use
- Use as a classroom lesson. Read the book out loud and follow with practice activities. It can be taught in short sessions or longer ones.
- Small groups covering bullying, role-playing, scenarios, and discussion
- Use as a workbook in individual counseling. Fantastic intervention to help children better understand and create a plan if they are being bullied.
- Great for families, too!
What Educators and Parents Are Saying:
"This is an absolutely beautiful little comic book to support kids in understanding all about bullying. It's well thought out and beautifully diverse. My son loved the comic (and he usually hates any type of book I pull out!). He asked a ton of questions and really studied the comic images. I think the message sunk in, and we can't wait to color and hang up the posters."