Boston vs Bullies

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Middle School
    Cyberbullying
    Cyberbullying: What would you do?
    Use these cyberbullying scenarios to discuss what the characters did right and what they could have done better. (For more information on this activity See page 15 of the facilitator’s guide.)

    Cyberbullying: What would you do?

    Kids Analyze Cyberbullying Scenarios.

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    Elementary, Middle School
    The Target
    Friend Dectective
    Some kids may try to use friendship as a way to bully. This behavior can be difficult to detect. Kids with disabilities may have an especially difficult time detecting who is a friend and who is not. This activity is designed to help kids detect when friendship is used in hurtful way to bully others. (For more information on this activity see Including Kids With Disabilities In Bullying Prevention Guide page 11.)

    Friend Dectective

    This activity helps kids figure out who is a friend and who is not.

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Preliminary School
    The Target
    Make A Game Plan
    A printable booklet designed to go along with the activities “Game Plan,” “Make Your Own Motto,” and “Creating Rules” from pages 10 and 16-17 of the Facilitator’s Guide.

    Make A Game Plan

    Plan ahead how to stop bullying.

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Middle School
    The Bystander
    Role Play: Bystander’s Response
    Kids role play different ways to intervene in a bullying situation. (For more information on this activity see page 13 of Facilitators Guide.)

    Role Play: Bystander’s Response

    Practice ways to be a courageous bystander.

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Middle School
    The Target
    Role Play: Target’s Response
    Act out these scenarios of what to say to bullies to make them stop. (For more information on this activity see the Facilitator’s Guide page 11. Suggested Audience: Grades 4-6.)

    Role Play: Target’s Response

    Practice ways to stand strong against bullying.

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Middle School
    The Bully
    Team Power Player Card
    It’s hard to bully someone if you get to know them better. This activity uses personal player card (similar to a baseball card) that kids can list their strengths and interests use in conjunction with the activity on page 16 of the Facilitator’s Guide and on page 8 of Including Kids With Disabilities In Bullying Presentation.

    Team Power Player Card

    Help kids get to know each other strengths and interests.

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Middle School
    Cyberbullying
    Think Before You Post
    Use these sample social media posts to discuss what is and isn’t appropriate to post online.

    Think Before You Post

    Kids analyze social media posts.

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  • Activity Sheets
    Elementary, Middle School
    The Bully
    Use Your Power
    This activity sheet helps kids think of ways they can be powerful, and how they can use their power to help or to hurt. (For more information on this activity see Facilitator’s Guide page 9.)

    Use Your Power

    Kids discover how they can use their power positive ways.

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