Elementary School Bully Lesson Plans
- A Call to Stop Bullying
This blog post provides an overview of what bullying is, what are signs of bullying, and provides advice and resources related to bullying for students, parents, and teachers.
- “Angries Out” Bully Behavior Curriculum
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.
- Bullying and Teasing Teaching Guide for K–5
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.
- Bullying and Teasing
Website with webisodes for use in classroom bullying meetings. Also features stories with characters being bullied and how they deal with the bullying.
- Conflict Resolution
Primary Grades- Lessons and Conversation Starters for Primary Grades; Family Violence and How it Carries Over into the Classroom
- Stop The Bullying
Students in the primary elementary grades will be able to recognize different types of bullying including name calling, exclusion, physical contact, and cyber bullying.
- What is Bullying?
This lesson describes types of bullying such as hitting, rumors, teasing and threatening. Elementary Grade K–1.
- Elementary Counseling Classroom Units
Below are the elementary classroom guidance units. They are split up by Kindergarten through 2nd grade, 3rd through 4th grade, and 5th through 6th grade. The number in parenthesis after name of the unit indicates how many lessons are in each unit.
- How to Stop Bullying
This lesson describes steps to prevent bullying using the ‘Berenstain Bears and the Bully’ book. Elementary Grades 2–3.
- How to Help Those Being Bullied
This lesson is to teach the children steps on how to help those being bullied. Elementary Grades 3–4.
- Bullying Unit Review
This lesson is to reinforce the concepts taught in the Bullying Unit. Elementary 2–4.
- What is Bullying? Survey
This lesson is a survey concerning:
- Why children bully
- Who a bully is
- Who a bully picks on
- What can happen to people who get bullied
- How to Stop Bullying
This lesson is to review steps to prevent bullying. Elementary 5–6.
- How to Help Others Being Bullied
This lesson introduces a How to Help Sheet for those being bullied using effective group solutions. Elementary 5–6.
- Reviewing Bullying
This lesson is to reinforce the concepts taught. It contains a Bully Review Sheet. Elementary 5–6.
- What Parents Can Do About Bullying and Teasing
This is information on what parents can do.
- Individual Meeting with Students Who Bully
- The T.I.M.E.! Technique
This is a lesson on the technique that the student can use to control anger.
- National Center for Bullying Prevention
This lesson is appropriate for grades 2–6. It is created to help teach elementary children about bullying prevention.
- Bullying & Teasing
This lesson is appropriate for grades K–5. This lesson is created to recognize different bullying behaviors.
- Group Cooperation
This lesson is appropriate for grades preschool, K, 1–2. This lesson is created to observe communication of thought, feelings and ideas.
- Don't Laugh At Me
Through music, video, and classroom activities, the “Don't Laugh at Me” (DLAM) programs help sensitize children to the painful effects of bullying. Don't Laugh At Me is designed to help students, along with their teachers and other educators, to transform their classrooms and schools into “Ridicule Free Zones”. The program materials include a curriculum guide, CD, video and pre-and-post implementation questionnaires for both schools and summer camps. The school program consists of two separate curricula; one developed for grades 2–5 and the second developed for grades 6–8.
Click on the Order Now button for a free Don't Laugh at Me Program. It includes: Curriculum Guide, CD, and Video. You can also pull up the PDF for a copy of the whole book.
- Coloring a Peaceful World
Students discuss conflict resolution techniques and color posters about those techniques.
- Simon Says “Who Are You?”
Students play a variation of Simon Says that highlights their similarities and differences.
- Understanding Needs and Feelings
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.
- The Talking Stick
Students practice listening and communicating.
- The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation
Collection of lesson plans to help your students gain experience in giving and receiving kindness.
- Great Web Resources for Teachers
This is a collection of links to resources for Character Education.
- Free Materials from No Name Calling Week Kit