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Upstander Anti-Bullying Activities for Juice Box Bully or DARE!


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We all want our students to become upstanders but like other social skills, this takes direct teaching, modeling, and practice. This anti-bullying lesson plan (standalone or paired with a mentor text) helps build positive classroom culture and community and gives students the opportunity to really learn and practice what it means to be an upstander.
This lesson plan includes:
  • Brief opening ‘hook’ activity
  • Slideshow for teaching about bystander vs. upstander
  • Discussion questions for three different mentor text options: Dare! by Erin Frankel, The Juice Box Bully by Maria Dismondy and Bob Soronson, and Say Something by Peggy Moss
  • Interactive and collaborative activities for students to practice being an upstander. Includes 30 scenarios (Color and B&W).
  • Class pledge and student pledge cards.
  • Exit Ticket for teacher/counselor to gauge mastery
✨Glowing Praise for This Resource✨
Excellent resource for such an important topic. I absolutely love using this, super cute & engaging. My students love this too. Will use for years to come.” ~Candace D.
“I LOVED using this resource! The scenario cards promoted such great discussion in my class about how to be an Upstander!” ~Rustic Resources
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“I loved that this resource included activities for multiple bullying awareness stories. The students thoroughly enjoyed the lessons.”

“This resource was great for addressing bullying in a positive way. Rather than focusing on what NOT to do, it gave the students options for standing up to the bullies. I feel like my students are more empowered to stand up to bullies now.”

“I absolutely love this resource! It’s packed with a ton of helpful activities and a variety of ways to use the activity as well. It’s definitely worth the price.”