Cyber-bullying Awareness


Before the internet, bullying was a problem—but it was a problem that didn’t extend into the pockets, bedrooms, living rooms, and beyond of students’ lives. The following article defines cyberbullying, explores the types of cyberbullying and strategies to prevent this challenge.  
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Free2Luv


Free2Luv is an award-winning nonprofit dedicated to rockin’ individuality, celebrating equality, spreading kindness & standing up to bullying through arts & entertainment.

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Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center


PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center actively leads social change, so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. PACER provides innovative resources for students, parents, educators, and others, and recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students.

PACER provides free, innovative web-based information, ideas and actions that can be shared in communities across the nation to address bullying. Resources include engaging websites designed just for students, literature for parents to help their children through bullying situations, classroom toolkits for educators, and much more.

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Activity: Tornado Shaker


Family Activity

Sometimes our emotions can feel out of control, similar to a swirling tornado. Use the tornado shaker as a visual for these feelings and help children learn to practice calmness and patience as the tornado calms down.

What You'll Need:​

Tape
Clear water bottle
Baby oil
Glitter
Beads
Small rocks

Steps:

Fill the clear bottle with water, but leave room for the other items
Add baby oil to the bottle to help the items float
Add the glitter, beads, and rocks to the bottle
Securely tape the cap on the bottle
Shake!

Shake up the tornado as a visual about how our anger can feel out of control and chaotic, but then stop, put it on the table and watch all the items float to the bottom. Let the child knew that they are practicing patience and calmness as they watch the items settle, and that is an important skill.

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