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Parent Guide to Bullying

Parent Guide to Bullying

Bullying is a main source of violence in school. Parents play a vital role in recognizing signs, supporting courage, and helping their child.

Anti-Bullying Books

Build confidence and understanding with these stories of strength, courage and acceptance.
Build confidence and understanding with these stories of strength, courage, and acceptance.
Use these books to start a conversation with your 6th-8th grader about bullies and bullying.
Confront bullying by reading these books with your children.
October is Bullying Prevention Month, so pick up one or more of these books to help for your family learn more about it.
These memorable picture books inspire self-confidence and reinforce a can-do spirit through humor and honesty.

Warning Signs & Help

Get advice on how to protect your child from the school bully.
Know the facts about bullying, even if you don’t think it affects your child.
Girls as young as three years-old use social aggression to hurt others. Find out how to short-circuit this behavior early.
Studies show that more kids are being bullied in their own homes than at school. Here’s how to stop a bullying problem before it starts.

Cyber Bullying

Help your child deal with bullies in the virtual world.
In middle school, counselors take on serious social issues such as cyberbullying.
Get involved to make sure your child knows the risks, as well as the rewards, of the Internet.
Get tips on how to keep your connected child safe online.

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