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  • Bullying is something most children encounter in one form or another, and this is a serious problem and one which parents need be aware. As a parent, you should be able to recognize if your child is being bullied or if she is bullying someone else. You should also know how you can help! Make sure to listen to your child, especially if she complains about bullying behaviors. If you suspect that your child is being bullied, or is bullying others, you will need to get involved. You can make a difference in your child’s life and help put a stop to bullying. As a way of helping everyone especially the parents, who still find it quite hard to manage issues like this, I found this great application which featured a safety app which gets me connected to a Safety Network or escalate my call to the nearest 911 when needed, it has other cool features that are helpful for your kids with just a press of a Panic Button. Check it here: http://www.SafeKidZone.com/
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  • 1. Bullies Don’t Be A Bully!!!! By: Kelsey, Kimberley, and Ashton
  • 2. Being Physically Bullied
    • Twenty two percent of 11-year olds say they have been physically bullied at school.
  • 3. What you might feel
    • If You Are a Victim of Bullying, You Might:
    • 􀁺 Feel angry, sad, lonely, or depressed.
    • 􀁺 Feel like you have no friends.
    • 􀁺 Find that you are getting into fights.
    • 􀁺 Want to hurt someone else or yourself.
    • 􀁺 Feel like taking steps to defend yourself.
    • 􀁺 Feel helpless to stop the bullying.
    • 􀁺 Feel hopeless that anything can be done
    • 􀁺 Be afraid to go to school, or feel anxious all the time.
    • 􀁺 Feel bad about yourself..
  • 4. What to do with a bully?
    • Are you afraid that a kid at school might be dangerous, AND afraid of being called a tattletale? Most schools will protect your privacy. They won't tell who told them. They’re very careful not to. Pretend that you're asking them for change in the cafeteria. Tell people you went to a guidance counselor to talk about your grades. Nobody has to know why you really went to talk to them.
  • 5. Why Girls Bully
    • To get what they want
    • To gain respect
    • To become more popular
    • To feel better about themselves
    • To punish people they are jealous of
    • Because they think it’s fun to hurt others’ feelings
    • Because others are doing it
  • 6. School Bullying
    • Children can be both bullies and victims. “Although there is a tendency to categorize, we must realize that students may be a victim in a given circumstance and a bully in another,” she writes. “Sometimes when a bullied student is otherwise unable to stop the bullying, the victim may in turn exhibit those behaviors to others.”
    • 56% of students have personally witnessed some type of bullying at school.
    • 15% of all school absenteeism is directly related to fears of being bullied at school.
    • 71% of students report incidents of bullying as a problem at their school.
  • 7. Why Students Bully
    • Students who bully others tend to have difficulties with other relationships, such as those with friends and parents. Targeting those relationships, as well as the problems children who bully have with aggression and morality, may offer ideas for intervention and prevention.
  • 8. Pictures of Bullying
  • 9. Thanks
    • Thanks for watching Kelsey’s, Kimberley’s, and Ashton’s show! Hope you liked it.