This website for elementary teachers features a Bully Behavior curriculum which highlights peace building skills within the school and classroom. Thirty-eight printable lesson plans covering a variety of topics from making friends, handling put-downs, adjusting attitudes, and more. All components are included.
This website features discussion questions on how not to be a bully, student activities, writing assignments, and home assignments that teachers can incorporate into their class meetings.
Primary Grades- Lessons and Conversation Starters for Primary Grades; Family Violence and How it Carries Over into the Classroom
This lesson is appropriate for grades 2–6. It is created to help teach elementary children about bullying prevention.
This lesson is appropriate for grades K–5. This lesson is created to recognize different bullying behaviors.
This lesson is appropriate for grades preschool, K, 1–2. This lesson is created to observe communication of thought, feelings and ideas.
Students discuss conflict resolution techniques and color posters about those techniques.
Students play a variation of Simon Says that highlights their similarities and differences.
Students learn about needs and feelings, and then write an ending to a story showing how a child deals with his or her needs and feelings.
Students practice listening and communicating.
Collection of lesson plans to help your students gain experience in giving and receiving kindness.
This is a collection of links to resources for Character Education.