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.
Kids with disabilities can be active participants in bullying prevention.
What You Should Know About Cyberbullying
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.
You Are Not Alone
Why Kids Bully
These lesson plans divide the Boston vs. Bullies Video and content and activities from the Facilitator’s Guide into 25-30 minute sessions.
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.
Act out these scenarios of what to say to bullies to make them stop.
Use these cyberbullying scenarios to discuss what the characters did right and what they could have done better.