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Bullying Stinks Presentation Card

SKU: PB-PS127-CARD

  • A perfect companion piece to our presentation display. This presentation card is a smaller version of our large display, making it a perfect leave behind to reinforce what was learned from the display, or a stand alone educational tool.
  • Defines bullying, what bullies do, and why they do it.
  • Explains that bullying hurts everyone.
  • Identifies who might be targeted by bullies.
  • Provides guidance for those who are bullied.
  • Describes cyberbullying.
  • Suggests methods to stop cyberbullying.
  • Advises victims of bullying to share what's happening to them.
  • Urges students to stand up for others.
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    The "Bullying Stinks" Presentation Card is a powerful tool to explain to young people the facts and consequences of bullying. Over 47 percent of students report being the victim of one type of bullying or another. And as there is a strong link between bullying and suicide, it is very important that young people not only understand what bullying is, but what they can do to help prevent it.

    The display identifies bullies as people who have power over someone else and who repeatedly and purposefully hurt that person. Bullies can't be identified by their looks, but they can be identified by their actions. Bullies may hurt other people because they feel superior or insecure, or because they have been bullied.

    But bullying hurts everyone! Victims of bullying experience feelings of fear, anxiety, depression, and loneliness. They may also have suicidal thoughts or low self esteem. And in some cases, victims develop physical maladies from being bullied. Bullies experience lasting consequences from their actions, too. By the age of 24, 60% of bullies have a criminal conviction and 40% of them have three or more convictions.

    Bullies can target anyone, but they usually pick on those who are different. These differences may include anything from hairstyles to clothing to race. Bullies also go after children who appear vulnerable. These kids may seem that they're easily upset or scared or they appear helpless. Children who are frequently isolated or alone are common targets, as well.

    There are steps that young people can take to avoid being targeted, though. Developing strong relationships, finding allies, and being a good friend reduces the risk of being bullied. A strong sense of self confidence is also likely to deter a bully. Children should avoid places where bullies hang out and try not to draw attention to themselves when bullies are around.

    Even with preventative measures, however, some children may still be targeted by bullies. If this happens, some of the preventative steps previously mentioned can help to quell the bullying. Demonstrating confidence, strength, and composure in response to bullying will show bullies that their actions don't have an effect and they will be less likely to continue. Traveling with groups of friends prevents bullies from having an easy target to pick on. Those who are bullied should not respond with violence. This reaction only ensures that someone will get hurt or get in trouble. Bullies want to get attention because of their actions. But when a victim walks away and ignores the bully, the bully loses.

    The card moves on to address cyberbullying. This type of bullying is becoming more and more prevalent because of the numerous social media sites that exist. Saying mean or threatening things about someone else online or through text messages are some forms of cyberbullying. And in some states, it's illegal.

    Victims of cyberbullying should take steps to block the bully. Many social media sites allow users to prevent other users from sending them messages. Email addresses and phone numbers can be blocked as well. If that doesn't work, the victim should save all the evidence of harassment, whether the evidence includes emails, instant messages, or online posts. With that evidence in hand, the victim should report the abuse to a trusted adult.

    Above all else, victims of bullying should talk about their experiences so that they don't suffer in silence. And those who aren't bullied shouldn't be afraid to stand up for those who are. When everyone stands up for what is right, the bullying will stop.

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    Additional Information

    Add a Custom Imprint? Yes
    Imprint Size 3" x 3"
    Size 3 5/8" x 9 1/2"
    Grade Level High School, Middle School 7th-8th
    Product Type Cards
    Minimum Order Quantity 100
    Sold in Multiples of 100
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Bullying Stinks Presentation Card

  • A perfect companion piece to our presentation display. This presentation card is a smaller version of our large display, making it a perfect leave behind to reinforce what was learned from the display, or a stand alone educational tool.
  • Defines bullying, what bullies do, and why they do it.
  • Explains that bullying hurts everyone.
  • Identifies who might be targeted by bullies.
  • Provides guidance for those who are bullied.
  • Describes cyberbullying.
  • Suggests methods to stop cyberbullying.
  • Advises victims of bullying to share what's happening to them.
  • Urges students to stand up for others.
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