PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center offers several, free creative activities and resources for K-12 students, educators, and parents. The goal is to raise awareness and increase understanding of how to respond to bullying.
- Student Action Plan
The first step in addressing bullying is to develop a plan that fits the needs of each student. This free, downloadabale handout provides a template for students to explore potential action steps.
- Stick Puppet Role Plays
Bring the Kids Against Bullying "Club Crew" from the web to the "stage" with the three downloadable scripts and printable images of each character.
- Kids Coloring Book
Color the Crew! The Kids Against Bullying cast is captured in a coloring book with image and important bullying prevention messages.
- Where’s Pip?
Pip, the hamster mascot of the Club Crew, loves to travel. Where will Pip show up next?
- Take the Pledge
Learn how you can take the "Speak Up, Reach Out, Be A Friend" pledge.
- Create a Video
A toolkit to create your own bullying prevention video. The concept is create the chance for a “do-over,” to simply rewind a bullying situation and create a better ending.
- Unity Dance
Students across the nation can come together in song and dance to raise awareness for bullying prevention by holding a Unity Dance. Get your school or organization together and use PACER’s online toolkit to organize a Unity Dance where you live. The toolkit includes the designated song for the dance, choreographed dance moves, and much more
- Student-Led Activities
Students — and educators — can use one or more of these activities from PACER’s WE WILL Generation program to educate on topics such as defining bullying, individuality, and supporting each other.
- Create a Poster
Elementary school students are encouraged to create their own bullying prevention poster and send it to PACER.