Bullying Facts And Solutions For Children's - Bullying facts and statistics or cyber bullying facts adults shown the big number from year to year! It's mean bullying is growing? yeah, I think so! But, today i'm going to share Anti Bullying Solutions and Here you will find a wide range of anti bullying solutions to help deal with bullying at school, over the Internet, in the workplace and wherever bullying may occur.
Pre-school to Early Primary
Bye-Bye Big Bad BullyBug!
A 32 page hardcover publication from LB Kids, Bye-Bye Big Bad BullyBug! is aimed at 4-8 year olds. It is a novelty storybook that helps children face, and then chase away, their fears about bullying at school and pre-school. Written by Ed Emberley, he is both the illustrator and author of over 80 books, including the bestselling Go Away, Big Green Monster!
Kids Talk About Bullying
Suitable for kindergarten to grade 2, this book is targeted toward the younger audience. Kids Talk About Bullying is a 32 page illustrated book published by Picture Window Books and written by Carrie Finn and Amy Bailey Muehlenhardt. It poses a series of questions written by kids, and answered by the narrator, Sam.
Most responses are only a few sentences long, giving just one simple solution to each problem. The book contains a quiz about bullying and additional resources. It offers some worthwhile advice, and coupled with suitable adult guidance, provides a good starting point for further discussion and exploration of the subject of bullying at school and elsewhere.
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Stop Bullying Bobby!
Stop Bullying Bobby! is a 48 page paperback written by Dana Smith-Mansell, illustrated by Suzanne Riggio and published by New Horizon Press. It is aimed at children in the 4-9 age group.
This story line is one based on actual events and is aimed at helping children cope with teasing and bullying by promoting awareness, support, understanding, and tolerance of everyone's differences. The book encourages children to reach out to others and teaches that we all can make a difference!
Free From Bullies
Two experienced educators, Robyn Collins and Wendy Nichols, have had almost 40 years of teaching under their belts. In this time they have seen first hand the impact that bullying can have on children. They have also seen bullying at school and the way that schools deal with bullying including some who don't seem to take bullying seriously. With experience raising their own families and spending a good deal of their lives in the education system, both Robyn and Wendy are confident of being able to offer help to young people who may be on the receiving end of bullying behavior.
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Free From Bullies - Top anti bullying solutions
Given this backdrop, Robyn and Wendy were spurred into action and have written an e-book entitled "Free From Bullying" with the parents and children who are victims of bullying in mind. The book spells out what you need to know to identify, deal with and combat bullying, including what to say to the teachers and the school principal. The anti bullying solutions contained in the e-book are simple, practical and are presented in an easy to follow step-by-step format.
While Robyn and Wendy do not purport that successfully overcoming bullying is simple, they believe that if you follow the steps outlined children can learn to assert themselves, take control of confrontations and deal with bullies in an effective and successful way. Oh, and by the way, Robyn and Wendy want you to take 60 days to examine their e-book and if you’re not happy with it for any reason they'll refund your money.
Anti Bullying Resources
International Organisations Helping To Combat, Stop and Prevent Bullying
(Listed in Alphabetical Country Name Order)
National Bullying Prevention Center
Eyes on Bullying
Education Development Center, Inc.
55 Chapel Street, Newton, MA 02458-1060, USA
The Workplace Bullying Institute
PO Box 29915
Bellingham, WA 98228
International Bullying Prevention Association
P.O. Box 3356
100 Postmaster Drive
McDonough, GA 30253-9998, USA
Ph: 770-957-6601 Ext.102
Ph: 1.877.602.N0.BULLY (1.877.602.8559)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Ph: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
A Call To Stop Bullying
Jacob C Herman
Cyberbullying:The New Online Crime
A. Scott Grabel & Associates
Bullying No Way
Enough is Enough Anti-Violence Movement Inc
P.O. Box 799
New South Wales, 1499
Ph: +61 2 9542 4029
Fax: +61 2 9542 4036
Sutherland, NSW 2232
National Centre Against Bullying
GPO Box 2469,
Ph: 07 3369 1588
Fax: 07 3367 1266
7/280 Elizabeth Street,
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
PREVNet (Promoting Relationships and Eliminating Violence)
98 Barrie Street
Ph: (613) 533-2632 or Toll Free (866) 372-2495
Fax: (613) 533-6732
The National Council for Children
1620 Copenhagen V
Ph: 3378 3300
Fax: 3378 3301
Trekronergade 126 F 2500 Valby
Ph: 35 55 55 59
Fax: 36 18 00 61
Dansk Center for Undervisningsmiljø
DK-8930 Randers NØ
Ph: +45 722 654 00
Observatoire International de la Violence à l’Ecole
Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2
3 ter Place de la victoire
Ph: 01 44 79 90 91
Fax : 01 44 79 08 02
E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph: 0800 NO BULLY (0800 66 28 55)
The Children's Movement
3 Milner Road
Childline South Africa
Ph: 0800 055 555
Inclusive Education Western Cape
Ph: 0808 800 2222
8 Wakley Street London EC1V 7QE
Ph: 020 7843 1901
NSPCC Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH
Ph: 0800 1111
Ph: 0208 771 3377
Fax: 0208 771 8550
2 Grosvenor Gardens
London SW1W 0DH
Ph: 020 7730 3300
Fax: 020 7730 7081
Helpline: 08451 205 204