- NEW - A Guide to Plan a School Event
This five-step guide provides helpful information to create a meaningful event; including how to form your committee, setting the date and location, planning your activities, promoting your event, and holding the event.
- Digital Petition Toolkit
Hold an “End of Bullying Begins With Me” petition signing event at your school.
- Introduction to Bullying Prevention - Schoolwide, All Ages and Grades
Looking for a way to introducebullying prevention and awareness into your classroom, school, or community organization? The Introductory Toolkitcontains daily learning opportunities and engaging activities to get students talking about bullying. The toolkit provides the basics about bullying and sets the stage for student-supported initiatives.
- Elementary School, Educational Lesson Plan
Use the KidsAgainstBullying.org website as a resource tool in your classroom. The site is appropriate for elementary school students with a suggested audience of 10-25 students.
- Elementary School, Starting the Discussion
A complete classroom tool kit for discussing bullying prevention. Features free downloads of daily activities, games and contests.
- NEW - Early Learners, “Stop Bullying Before It Starts”
PACER has partnered with the team who developed the book for young children, titled "Spookley the Square Pumpkin", which follows the story of a square pumpkin who lives in a round pumpkin patch world, to host an online toolkit, “Stop Bullying Before It Starts”. The toolkit provides links to free resources that teachers can bring directly into their classrooms to use for important character values education and for multi-subject learning. This resource is presented in collaboration with Holiday Hill Enterprises, LLC.
- Middle and High School, Starting the Discussion
Promote bullying awareness in your classroom by using the activities and resources in this day-by-day toolkit. Whether you have just a few minutes or you can devote 15 to 30 minutes a day to this important issue, you’ll find everything you need—links to informative Web sites, downloadable materials, interesting activities, and a powerful video project called “Rewind.”