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- Creative resources for elementary, middle, and high school classrooms to talk about bullying. Toolkits include planning an event, creating a visual statement, introducing bullying prevention conversation, and lesson plans.
- Innovative ideas for individuals to reach out to their communities to raise awareness on bullying prevention—including holding a rally, organizing a run, or creating an advocacy program
- Transformative activities—including videos, music, and artwork—designed by students for other students to use in the classroom or in the community to engage dialogue between students.
New and Featured Toolkits
- Classroom Toolkit - Plan a school event
- 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.
- Classroom Toolkit - Spookley
- The online toolkit “Stop Bullying Before It Starts” is the result of a PACER partnership with the team that developed “Spookley the Square Pumpkin,” a book for young children. Spookley is a square pumpkin who lives in a round pumpkin patch world. 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. Community Toolkit –
- Community toolkit - Peer advocacy guide
- How to address bullying of students with disabilities by engaging, educating, and empowering their peers with advocacy skills. A peer advocate program creates a formal process that identifies, trains, and supports a designated group of students who advocate for students with disabilities. Student Toolkit – GetSet JetSet
- Classroom Toolkit - Project Connect
- Joins students, schools, and communities to make a powerful visual statement about uniting against bullying.