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Animated Video Series for
Elementary School Students
This simple, authentic animated video series was created from student drawings and writing, which poignantly provides insight into how painful bullying can feel, but also touchingly shows that kids want it to stop and want to be part of the solution.
The series of videos creatively illustrates what it feels like to be bullied, what students can do if they see bullying, and how to be an advocate against bullying. Watch each video, then hold a classroom discussion using the suggested questions.
United For Inclusion
Most kids want bullying to stop. They don’t like what is happening to their classmates, but aren’t sure what they can do. Watch the video and hold a classroom discussion using the suggested questions.
United For Acceptance
Bullying often makes kids feel left out, isolated and alone. Help change that by letting them know you care. Watch the video and hold a classroom discussion using the suggested questions.
United For Kindness
Friends and classmates can provide support and hope for those who are being bullied. Watch the video and hold a classroom discussion using the suggested questions.
Together Against Bullying
Bullying has hurt too many people in this world. Your voice is important in preventing the hurt and harm that has happened to so many for too long. Watch the video and hold a classroom discussion using the suggested questions.
Animation Production Team
Special thanks to college students Lewie and Noah Kloster, of Tall Glass With Ice Productions, the creative team behind the animation vision, execution and development for the four videos. This animation duo respects how animation felt before the digital age claimed king over the medium. Cardboard, construction paper, cotton balls, and magic markers fill their Minneapolis and NYC studios to their brims. Learn more at Tall Glass With Ice Productions