10 Anti-Bullying Resources for Anti-Bullying Week
Monday 14th November marks the start of Anti-Bullying Week. A week dedicated to raising awareness of bullying and the preventative measures we can all take. Check out 10 of our favourite Anti-Bullying Week resources for kids – perfect to prompt discussions in your primary school or at home.
From resources about kindness, to thinking about how bullying makes us feel, we have even more anti-bullying resources over on the Hub, so make sure you’re a member! Sign up here.
The Kindness Wheel – Cut out and create our Kindness Wheel, then spin the wheel to reveal a random act of kindness!
The Kindness Wheel – Blank – We thought perhaps your child might want to create their own Kindness Wheel, so we’ve included a blank one for them to fill in with their own acts of kindness. They can colour in and decorate the wheel too!
The Anti-Bullying Rainbow – Have your child think of three ways they can stop bullying – perhaps it’s by showing kindness or telling a teacher or adult when they see bullying. There are lots of things we can all do! This is a great classroom activity to prompt discussions on the little things we can all do that make a difference. When the rainbow is filled in, decorate, cut out and display!
Anti-Bullying Paper Chain – Create a paper chain with anti-bullying messages for all to see! Write your pledges or ideas on how to stamp out bullying and create a paper chain to hang up to always remember to be mindful of how we treat others.
Anti-Bullying Pledge – Sign our Anti-Bullying Pledge this Anti-Bullying Week! You could sign it as a class or individually at home.
Helping Hand – This activity helps children to realise the importance of telling an adult when they spot bullying or are being bullied. Have your child write down the names of five people they can talk to about bullying on each finger.
Buddy or Bully? – This activity is a fun way to think about how bullies treat others. What’s the difference between a bully and a friend? We’ve written down some statements – ask your child which action is that of a bully, or a buddy.
Bullying Makes Me Feel – Get children thinking about how bullying makes them feel by drawing their emotions in the blank faces. From scared to sad, angry or frustrated – what emotions do they think they’d feel? Another great resource to discuss how bullying impacts us and those around us.
Bully-Free Zone Posters – Make your school or premises a bully-free zone with these posters! We’ve included one that they can colour in too – if you want your children to become more involved in making life bully-free!
The Kindness Garden – The Kindness Garden gets children thinking of the ways they can show kindness to others. What makes a person kind? What traits show kindness? Are they practising all these qualities every day?
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