Nine-year-old Katies punishment for bullying classmates includes making up for the hurt she has caused, and so she decides to write a book about bullying, why it is not okay, and how to start being a better friend.
Girls can find some good reads here. Note the many books listed for elementary school girls -- Older girls might want to create a reading circle or book club with younger girls as part of a Take Action project.
Relational Aggression: How to Spot Friendship Bullying
Bullying Prevention:Relational Aggression School Counselor I didn't know I was a bully
Okay, so maybe I’m being a bit optimistic with my title. Unfortunately, it will take more than a book (or to end bullying. In an aggression and violence rich society that uses material wealth and beauty as a sign … Continue reading →
Beginning of the year Craftivity: The Juice box Bully
by Trudy Ludwig Jack's friend Charlie seems to know how to get away with just about anything. Adults always back down when you say you're sorry. But does an apology count if you don't really mean it? [E]/Lud
"Operation: Breaking the Boy Code" A great "boy group" book for elementary school. This one has fun activities that boys love! I used this for a group of boys who were struggling with self-esteem and conflict