Types of Bullying
Roles in Bullying
STAND Action Plan
Creating a Safe Place

100

Aggressive behavior that involves hitting, pinching, or spitting.

What is physical bullying?

100

Kids who laugh and cheer.

What are kids who encourage bullying?

100

We Stand: S stands for Speak.

What is Speak Up! Say STOP in a confident voice?

100

Eating right and getting enough sleep.

What is Healthy?

200

Harassing behavior on the internet through social media or through texting.

What is cyber bullying?

200

Kids who watch bullying but do nothing.

What is the Audience?

200

We Stand:  T stands for Together.

What is Stay together in a group?

200

Listening quietly and allowing others to speak.

What is Respectful?

300

Convincing others not to be friends with someone, or spreading rumors about another person.

What is social bullying?

300

Kids who comfort or help a child who is bullied.

Who are Defenders?

300

We Stand:  A stands for Ask.

What is Ask the bully about heir behavior?

300

Understanding that we are all different and that's okay.

What is Accepting?

400

Calling names, taunting or teasing.

What is verbal bullying?

400

Kids who encourage bullying and sometimes engage in it too.

What are kids who assist bullying?

400

We Stand:  N stands for Nurture.

What is Nurture the child who is bullied and be their friend.

400

Going out of the way to be polite and helpful.

What is courteous?

500

Aggressive, unwanted behavior that is repeated or could potentially be repeated and involves an imbalance of power.

What is bullying?

500

A person who tries to have power over another by behaving meanly towards them.

What is a bully?

500

We Stand: D stands for Decide.

What is Decide to tell an adult?

500

Watching out for hurtful people and telling an adult.

What is Alert?