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Help Ivy, Jordan, and Felix through four rounds of games to become an Internet Champion.
The Boston vs. Bullies bookmarks feature all our All Stars, with fun facts, stats, and what they think about bullying.
This poster is designed to help kids learn and practice how to stop bullying. Use it to help talk with kids about their feelings about bullying and different options for responding.
This worksheet helps kids think of ways they can be powerful, and how they can use their power to help or to hurt.
Some kids may try to use friendship as a way to bully. This behavior can be difficult to detect. Kids with disabilities may have an especially difficult time detecting who is a friend and who is not. This activity is designed to help kids detect when friendship is used in hurtful way to bully others.
As a parent or trusted adult, you play an important role in helping your child to prevent and respond effectively to bullying situations. This guide is designed to help you use the Boston vs. Bullies program to work one-on-one with your child.
A poster designed to help kids talk about the definition and characteristics of Bullying.
An overview of the Boston vs. Bullies Educational Program with special emphasis on what parents can do to identify and prevent bullying behavior.
Use these sample social media posts to discuss what is and isn’t appropriate to post online.
An overview of the Boston vs. Bullies Educational Program with special emphasis on including kids with disabilities in bullying prevention.
This PowerPoint Presentation is designed for teachers to use and adapt in their classrooms. It gives an overview of cyberbullying with an emphasis on what kids can do if they see cyberbullying happening. There are a number of cyberbullying scenarios for discussion, but you can add in your own to use with your students.
Act out these scenarios of what to say when you see others being bullied.
Use these cyberbullying scenarios to discuss what the characters did right and what they could have done better.
Act out these scenarios of what to say to bullies to make them stop.
A printable booklet designed to go along with the activities “Game Plan,” “Make Your Own Motto,” and “Creating Rules” from pages 10 and 16-17 of the Facilitator’s Guide. 
A personal player card that kids can use in conjunction with the “Team Power” activity on page 16 of the Facilitator’s Guide.
As a facilitator, leader, counselor, or teacher, you play an important role in identifying and working with kids who may benefit from a tailored, individual approach to bullying prevention. This guide is designed to help you use the Boston vs. Bullies program to work one-on-one with kids.
Our new universally designed slides are easy to use, interactive, and engaging, and can be used both in-person or remotely.
These lesson plans divide the Boston vs. Bullies Video and content and activities from the Facilitator’s Guide into 25-30 minute sessions.
Why Kids Bully
You Are Not Alone
It’s important to think ahead about what to do when you see or hear about bullying. As a bystander, your actions can make a difference.
What You Should Know About Cyberbullying
Kids with disabilities can be active participants in bullying prevention.
The 40-minute video features all star athletes from Boston’s professional sports teams sharing their stories and providing kids with ways to stand strong against bullying.

Additional Resources

Net Cetera

Chatting with Kids about Being Online


A Federal Government Anti-Bullying Resource

Eyes on Bullying

A Toolkit to Prevent Bullying in Children's Lives