Boris' bullies against bullies
teaching tools to raise awareness and educate about bullying
In the community
Boris' bullies against bullies' Fiona out in the community and in the classroom.
Capturing the attention of children with the important message of Don't be a Bully!
We are busy working on finishing "Actions" which is the second of our
three part curriculum series. For more information please see our Classroom Page.
Our "Feelings" lessons and corresponding Coloring and Activity Books are now available. See our Classroom Page for packages. Single Coloring and Activity Books available at our online Store.
Bbab | Book Club
Each month we will share books we are reading. Read along with us!
All books selected are to help children deal with bullies.
For the month of May, all our selections focus on Girl Bullying. We have also included a book for parents this month!
Barron's A First Look At books explore the dynamics in relationships
among children of preschool through early school age, and encourage kids
to understand personal and social problems as a first step toward
solving them. Written by an experienced psychotherapist and counselor,
these books promote positive interaction among children, parents, and teachers.
The language in each book is simple and direct--easy for younger
children to understand. Full-color illustrations on every page. This
approachable picture book explores the difficult issue of bullying among
children. It helps kids accept the normal fears and worries that
accompany bullying, and suggests ways to resolve this upsetting
This book teaches girls how to spot bullying and how to stand up and
speak out against it. Quizzes, quotes from other girls, and "what do you
do?" scenarios present advice in an age-appropriate, digestible way.
The message in this book is that there is no one right way to deal with
bullying. Instead, there are lots of options for girls to try, from
ignoring a bully and trying a few clever comebacks to reporting bullying
to a trusted adult. Readers learn how to stand up for others and be a
good friend, too. The book ends with a pledge girls can sign, plus
tear-out tips for girls to share with their parents.
When Rosalind Wiseman first published Queen Bees & Wannabes,
she fundamentally changed the way adults look at girls’ friendships and
conflicts–from how they choose their best friends, how they express
their anger, their boundaries with boys, and their relationships with
parents. Wiseman showed how girls of every background are profoundly
influenced by their interactions with one another.
Now, Wiseman has revised and updated her groundbreaking book for a new generation of girls and explores:
•How girls’ experiences before adolescence impact their teen years, future relationships, and overall success
different roles girls play in and outside of cliques as Queen Bees,
Targets, and Bystanders, and how this defines how they and others are
•Girls’ power plays–from fake apologies to fights over IM and text messages
•Where boys fit into the equation of girl conflicts and how you can help your daughter better hold her own with the opposite sex
your baggage–recognizing how your experiences impact the way you
parent, and how to be sanely involved in your daughter’s difficult, yet
common social conflicts
Packed with insights about technology’s
impact on Girl World and enlivened with the experiences of girls, boys,
and parents, the book that inspired the hit movie Mean Girls offers concrete strategies to help you empower your daughter to be socially competent and treat herself with dignity.
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