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.
- Classroom Toolkits
Free, downloadable toolkits to creatively engage elementary and middle/high school students to raise awareness of bullying prevention through hands on, interactive activities.
- Community Toolkits
Free, downloadable toolkits designed for students and community members to hold events, raise awareness and share information about bullying prevention.
- 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
- Bullying Awareness Song
Using music and song to start classroom discussion around the role of what teens can do in a bullying situations.
- Peer Activities Found on TeensAgainstBullying.org
Ideas for middle and high school to raise awareness in their school or community and to educate younger students about bullying prevention.
Elementary school students are encouraged to create their own bullying prevention poster and send it to PACER.