Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Who is Bully-Free? You and Me!

Children are never too young to learn about how to lead a bully-free life! I teach my students that we are one BIG family, and that bullies are NOT allowed. We do many different lessons about how to treat others with our school-wide bucket filler program and with my Friendship activities.

I recently learned how to create large posters in PowerPoint (woo hoo!) and thought it would be so much fun to create some bully-free posters for my classroom. I just adore Melonheadz Illustrating clip art. IT IS TO DIE FOR!

You can pick and choose which posters (and their size) you want to use. They are FREE! I may make a bully-free packet in the future. Would that be something you all would be interested in?

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Click below to download for free at my TPT shop:

Or, you can download them below in Google Docs. Just make sure you actually click “Download.” Otherwise, they will look funny.

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Does your school do anything to provide a bully-free environment?

10 comments:

Ash said...

Love these posters! They are so wonderful! I am all about a bully free classroom!

Pixy Stix and Teacher Tricks

Tiffani Mugurussa said...

Great posters- Thanks for sharing
Tiffani
✿Tiffani Time 4 Kindergarten

Sarah Paul said...

These are fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing! :)
Sarah
Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Stephanie @ 3rd Grade Thoughts said...

These are fantastic! I can't wait to add them to my classroom. Thanks so much for sharing!

Happy Fall :)

~Stephanie
3rd Grade Thoughts

Laura Spalding said...

Love the posters!~and I bet you would come up with a FABULOUS bully-free unit! Would love it!
Thank you!!!

Deb Thomas said...

Yes, we have the Olweus program and we do a "No Bullying" campaign throughout our entire school on Monday afternoons. We also have posters in all of our classrooms that say "No Bullying Zone"!!!
Deb at Fabulously First

Rachel said...

Thank you!

KinderKapers said...

We were asked to teach some lessons last week on bullying. Wish I had your posters! I wanted to focus on naming our feelings and empathy/kindness. I created a little book for my kiddos. Hop on over to my blog if you want to take a look.

Sorry for the tacky plug...but I don't know how to give you the book otherwise.

Terri
KinderKapers

Jess said...

This is such a great resource for our character lessons. Thank you for the freebie! I found you via The Teacher Wife.
Rambling About Reading

lisbethfillard said...

THANK YOU! These are awesome!

 
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