Anti Bullying !FULL! Free Resources
These free educational and interactive bullying prevention resources are designed for K-12 learners and the parents and educators who support and educate them. Can be used in the classroom, at home, during workshops, or at special events.
anti bullying free resources
Free activities and resources designed for younger students. The goal is to creatively engage them through conversation, activities, art and music to build their understanding of how to handle bullying situations.
Free activities and resources designed for older students. The goal is to creatively engage them through conversation, event planning, activities, art and music to build their understanding of how to handle bullying situations.
Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education NetworkA ton of very practical resources from an organization dedicated to fighting the epidemic of anti-gay bullying; check out the safe space kit.
Kids and Bullying: Audiobooks for Conversation (Random House)Educators and parents can browse Random House's collection of audiobooks that speak to the topic of bullying, listen to an interview with Jay Asher, bestselling author of Thirteen Reasons Why, and hear a presentation from anti-bullying advocate Kaitlin Monte, Miss New York 2011.
Bullying Prevention Curriculum (Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction) -schools/bullying-preventionThe Bullying Prevention Curriculum is a teacher-directed curriculum that uses an age-appropriate and multi-strategy approach. The publications explore the key knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to make a school free of bullying behavior. Real-life situations are outlined so students can practice communication skills that are effective in addressing bullying behavior. Fun and engaging activities help with the comprehension of bullying behavior and relationships. Available online for free: or email at PubSales@dpi.wi.gov
Olweus Bullying Prevention Program The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) is designed for students in elementary, middle, and junior high schools (students ages 5-15 years old). Research has shown that OBPP is also effective in high schools with some program adaptation. All students participate in most aspects of the program, while students identified as bullying others, or as targets of bullying, receive additional individualized interventions. The program has been recognized by the U.S. Departments of Justice and Education as an effective program. Rather than simply providing books, videos, and lesson plans on bullying, this program helps a school develop an extensive bullying plan with components at the school, teacher, classroom, and community levels. The organization also helps schools find funding to implement the program. Ordering Information: _prevention_resources.pageCost: Refer to the website for information on all services and products.
The Bully Free Program The Bully Free Program is a comprehensive school-wide (and system-wide) anti-bullying program. It is based on research, and includes administrative strategies, teacher strategies, lesson plans for each grade level (preschool through high school), classroom meetings, student involvement, and bystander empowerment. The program also includes parent involvement, community involvement, and all of the elements and components that must be present in effective anti-bullying programs.Ordering Information: Order online at Cost: Can range from $299.99 to $1000.00
There's No Excuse For Peer Abuse Elementary School Program(Grades 3-5) This unit is designed to teach students positive bystander behavior. Children learn respect and empathy in an effort to help create a positive and healthy school culture and climate. Topics include Types of bullying - cyber, social, physical, emotional, bias based; becoming a positive bystander without putting yourself or anyone else in danger; what to do if you're bullied; Internet safety; How not to become a target; The difference between bullying and conflict, The difference between ratting and reporting; and how to create a bully-free environment
Bullying Prevention 2020 Resource GuideThis resource guide provides links to organizations, programs, publications, and resources focused on bullying prevention. It is divided into seven sections: (1) Organizations and Websites; (2) Data, Definitions, and Research; (3) Programs, Campaigns, and Toolkits; (4) Policies, Laws, and Legislation; (5) Publications and Resources; (6) At-Risk Populations; and (7) Bullying and Co-Occurring Issues. Each item in this resource guide includes a short description and a link to the resource itself. Descriptions of reports, guides, toolkits, campaigns, websites, and initiatives are, in most cases, excerpted from the resources themselves while descriptions of research studies are excerpted from the study abstracts.
Innerbody Resources Bullying Prevention ResourcesThis Bullying Prevention Resource page has information and resources to help students, teachers, and parents understand why bullying happens and what they can do to help stop it. Includes a list of evidence-based bullying prevention programs. -prevention-resources
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource CenterProvides information and links to resources on bullying and violence prevention for parents, teenagers, schools, and after-school programs. Sponsored by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
PACER National Center for Bullying PreventionProvides resources for adults about bullying, with a special focus on children with disabilities. Includes information on Bullying Prevention Awareness Week and an animated site for elementary school students. Some content is available in Spanish, Somali, and Hmong.
Safer Schools Ohio: Anti-Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying ResourcesThe Ohio Department of Education (ODE) along with state partners and community based organizations offer a variety of bullying prevention resources for families, schools and communities. These resources include a model anti-bullying policy and related presentation materials, a webinar series and links to helpful websites. Districts can take advantage of these tools for help in meeting their legal requirement to establish a policy prohibiting harassment, intimidation and bullying.View resources
Stop BullyingProvides information about bullying and prevention/intervention strategies for parents, children (ages 9 to 13), teachers, other school staff, and health and safety professionals. Features a resource kit with tips and facts. Includes web episodes and games for children, an activities guide, a video toolkit, and video workshops. Presents an extensive and searchable database of resources on bullying prevention. The information for adults is presented in English and Spanish. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA).
Understanding Cyberbullying in College Provides definitions and resources about cyberbullying in college. A quiz "Is It Cyberbullying?" can help determine if someone accidentally hurt your feelings or is deliberately trying to do something to upset you. There is also a section on what to do if you are experiencing cyberbullying. -resource-center/cyberbullying-awareness/
The following free resources have been put together by Dr. Allan Beane. They include free tips for parents, teachers, and students on "How to Prevent Bullying" and additional helpful links that may interest you. More to come soon.
Bullying is about control and power. Standing up to bullies means making sure every student feels in control and powerful in their own environment. Your anti-bullying campaign must make it easy and safe for kids to report bullying to the right adults in your community.
The best defense against bullying is unity. Bullies thrive when no one stands up to them. While kids should never put themselves in a dangerous situation, standing together with another student who is being bullied can sometimes be enough to make the behavior stop or get the attention of an adult. Use this poster as a tool to help kids understand that together they are a powerful. Click here to download the free poster
Why not run a special anti-bullying assembly and use our resources below? We have a variety of PowerPoint presentations you can download, as well as videos and flashcards to help get the discussion started. We'd love to hear how it goes- tell us on Twitter @BullyingUK.
Explore all the different ways in how to get bullying to stop using our anti bullying stop signs. This activity can help young people navigate their feelings and reactions to bullying. Download and print of our free anti bullying stop sign activity.
We've created a set of flashcards you can use to start the discussions about bullying during anti bullying week. Each flashcard has a statement or question on the front which you can ask the students and get them to think about the answers, then we have provided an answer on the back. The flashcards are available as a pdf download and you can print them out and cut out, or just use as they are. Download your free anti bullying flashcards.
Having a debate is a great way of getting young people engaged with issues that are affecting them. Debating topics can help young people a number of skills including research, team work, presentation skills and more. Download our free anti bullying debate activity to use in your setting.
Download our anti bullying presentation which is aimed at secondary school children and above. This covers issues such as cyberbullying, how bullying can feel, building resilience and choosing kindness.
We'd love you to help #choosekindness by spreading positive messages and showing your support. All proceeds from the wristbands will help us continue to support people affected by bullying. Our wristbands are a great addition to a non-uniform day, or anti-bullying awareness day.