Bully Free Lesson Plans—Second Grade

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Two lessons shed light on bullying in hopes to create a bully-free zone in your classroom. The first lesson defines bullying and allows scholars to reflect on their behavior. The second lesson focuses on choices and consequences. Both lessons bridge school to home with an in-depth conversation between child and family. 

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Invite the school counselor to be part of the conversation—ask him or her to add to the discussion with tools of their choice 
  • Have extra copies of the Actions and Consequences worksheet, if a class member makes a poor choice use the page as a guide to resolving the problem 
  • Send several copies of the Actions and Consequences worksheet home for parents and guardians to use outside of school 
Classroom Considerations

  • Two lessons are sampled from a larger 35-lesson unit 
  • Be sensitive as some classmates may be victims of bullying and discussing it publicly may be difficult for them
  • The duration reflects an approximate amount of time to complete one lesson 
Pros

  • Lessons encourage smart decision making 
  • Lesson plans are brief, to-the-point, and impactful 
  • Concepts are valuable both in and outside of school
Cons

  • None