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Elementary Activities

Free activities and resources designed for younger students. The goal is to creatively engage them through conversation, activities, art and music to build their understanding of how to handle bullying situations.

Featuring the “Club Crew” from Kids Against Bullying website

Hold a “Kids Against Bullying” Pledge Signing Event

Encourage students to take the “Kids Against Bullying” pledge. Options include pledging online, signing a bookmark with the pledge, or adding their name to a sign up sheet. Then show everyone who signs that their commitment matters with a custom certificate or decal.

Kids Coloring Book

Color the Crew! The Kids Against Bullying cast is featured in this coloring book which gives teachers and students a great opportunity to talk about bullying while they have fun. Each page includes an important message about respecting others, valuing differences, and being a friend. Download these pages and discover how kids and crayons can help prevent bullying.

Kindness Catcher

Print, practice and then share this interactive conversation starter as a fun way to get ideas for being kind to others.

Learning with the KAB Club Crew

An activity to meet the CLUB CREW and think about how they respond to bullying situations.

Kids Against Bullying Classroom Activity Book

Download this 8-page activity book designed with engaging activities which align with the website. Available in both full color and black/white versions.

Featuring Books, Videos, and Music

Spookley the Square Pumpkin, Classroom Toolkit

Share the book (and video) “Spookley the Square Pumpkin” in the classroom. Spookley is a square pumpkin who lives in a round pumpkin world. The story beautifully delivers a message of kindness and acceptance in a fun, accessible format that is easily grasped by young students.

What Should You Do?

An activity designed with hypothetical bullying scenarios (that are based on real events), which students can use to think through responses and solutions.

Carmen's Corner

A series of educational videos designed for kindergarten through third grade students, featuring characters from PACER’s Kids Against Bullying puppet program. These episodes highlight key concepts of bullying prevention and promote social-emotional learning. With a new episode every month, these videos will support good discussions around kindness, acceptance of difference, and inclusion.

Elementary School, Animated Video Series

Watch these four animated videos which creatively illustrate what it feels like to be bullied, what students can do if they see bullying, and how to be an advocate against bullying. Then hold a classroom discussion using the suggested questions.

Include Someone, Make a Difference

A campaign, created in partnership with Cartoon Network’s Stop Bullying: Speak Up initiative, to inspire kids across the country to include someone to stop bullying before it starts.

Cartoon Network, Kids Take On Bullying Campaign

Cartoon Network is partnering to challenge K-12 students to take on bullying! Reach out to a teacher, parent or other trusted adult and develop your idea to TAKE ON BULLYING in your school, community, online or wherever you see it for a chance to turn your idea into action!

Unity Dance

Unite through music and movement to raise awareness for bullying prevention by organizing a Unity Dance. The toolkit includes the designated song for the dance, lyrics, choreographed dance moves, and much more.

Using Art and Activities to Educate

How To Tell An Adult

Share this handout (can also be displayed as a mini-poster) which provides younger students with helpful information about how to tell an adult if they see bullying or are being bullied.

5-Poster Series for Classrooms

Display these posters in the classroom, hallway, or office as a reminder that actions have impact. Order ($10 per set, $5 for each additional set), download, print, or share the 5-poster series. These 18" x 24" posters are available in English and Spanish.

Create a Poster

Share your story, poetry, or artwork on the topic of bullying. Submissions can be about topics such as: What is bullying? How does bullying make me feel? What can I do to prevent bullying? You can use pencils, markers, paint, crayons, or other art mediums.

Every Step You Take

Imagine what can happen when every person in your school or community takes one positive step to help prevent bullying. Those acts all add up and help make the world a better place for everyone. This activity shows just how powerful we are when united for a common goal.

Unity Tree

Get creative with this interactive and hands-on classroom activity. This is a shared experience in which each person contributes a leaf to create the tree. As the number of leaves increases, it creates a visual reminder, demonstrating that when we are united we can create social change.

Project Connect

Create a powerful visual statement about uniting for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. Each student writes a message on an orange strip of construction paper. The strips are then connected to illustrate the power of uniting for a common cause.

A Wrinkled Heart

Engage students to creatively understand the impact of bullying. “A Wrinkled Heart” activity provides students with a powerful visual that shows the effects hurtful words or behaviors have on someone. The activity is simple and a great reminder to be kind to others.

Above the Line / Below the Line

Help students understand the concept of above the line versus below the line behaviors and make a commitment to promoting above the line behaviors at their school.