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Bullying Charts and Printables


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More than one out of every five students report bullying (National Center for Educational Statistics, 2016). Many of the bullying situations stop when a peer intervenes. School centered bully prevention programs have helped decrease bullying in schools. Some of the effects on the bullying victim may include anxiety, depression, sleep issues, and social isolation. Below you will find some resources to help kids identify bullying and assess their own behavior. The first step to stopping bullying is to help kids have a clear understanding of bully behavior. We also have pages on Conflict Resolution and Anger Managment. Our page of Feeling Charts may also come in handy.