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Where every child is welcome!
Mr. David DrinnanSchool Counselor
(973) 266-5895 (ext. 2 or 3)
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart”
― Helen Keller
- Information to address special needs students, videos on warning signs for bullying, and information on bystanders. http://www.stopbullying.gov
- This site is for grades kindergarten – 3rd grade. It has a video that explains what bullying is and discusses what students can do if they feel as they are being bullied. http://www.brainpopjr.com
- Information for grades 4th - 5th students with a variety of activities. When you access this site the bullying information is under the “causes” option and you will be able to select bullying and violence and cyber bullying. http://www.dosomething.org
- Elementary site with games, puzzles, videos, coloring pages and activities.
- Activities that can be adapted for all age groups. You can have class conversations about bullying, writing assignments based on topics, and this site also addresses what the bystanders/witnesses roles can be.
- This web site contains many different videos about bullying.
- Stop Bullying Now website which has web episodes for elementary students with games, discussion questions and quizzes for the students.
- This is a web site for teachers. It contains searchable listings with grade levels listed to inform you of what grades that activity is appropriate for.
- This is related to girl issues, however you may be able to incorporate this into your classroom.
- Read a book to your students about bullying, respect, kindness, or teamwork. Have the class draw a picture of kind acts or teamwork or write about a time when they worked together with a group.
- http://www.teachertube.org search under bullying or the type of bullying you are looking to discuss and it may have a video you can show to the class to begin the discussion on bullying
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