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Middle and High School Activities

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

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.

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.

Hold a Pledge Signing Event

Encourage everyone to make a commitment to be together against bullying — and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

Instagram Poster Series

A poster series created in partnership with Instagram, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Brazilian community illustrator @leonatsume with designs developed by teens during Instagram’s Teen Bullying Prevention Design Workshop.

Peer Advocacy Guide

Empower peers with advocacy skills to help prevent bullying of students with disabilities. A peer advocate program creates a formal process that identifies, trains, and supports a designated group of students who advocate for students with disabilities.

School Event Planning Guide

Learn the steps to planning a meaningful event. This guide provides helpful information including how to form your committee, setting the date and location, planning your activities, promoting your event, and holding the event.

Run, Walk, Roll Against Bullying

Coordinate a Run, Walk, Roll Against Bullying in your community using the online toolkit and guide, which includes helpful tips, ideas, and resources such as checklists and sample forms.

Teen Talk on Cyberbullying, Video and Discussion Questions

Watch this five-minute video designed to provide authentic insight and perspective from peers on issues related to cyberbullying. Use the suggested discussion questions to continue the dialogue.

Student Created Videos and Discussion Questions

Share these teen relevant videos created by and with youth, which are supplemented with classroom discussion questions.