The Boston vs. Bullies curriculum provides a proactive approach that teaches kids strategies on how to stand up to bullying.
The 33-minute video features all star athletes from Boston’s professional sports teams sharing their stories and providing kids with ways to stand strong against bullying.
Housed on Levels 5 and 6 of the TD Garden, we have more than a half-mile of exhibits celebrating sports in Boston (and beyond).
Bullying is different from conflicts, fights, or disagreements. Bullying is physical or emotional abuse that has three defining characteristics:
Inflicting physical or emotional harm is never acceptable. But it’s not bullying unless it meets three criteria: It’s on purpose, it happens over and over again, and it’s an abuse of power.
This guide helps teachers and other adults work with kids to stop bullying in our community.
It includes key bullying prevention information and strategies that every kid needs to know to stand strong against bullying. It features interactive activities to help kids develop and practice the skills they need to effectively prevent and stop bullying. The guide is especially designed for teachers, youth leaders, after school program staff, parents, and caregivers of upper elementary and middle school students.
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