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BULLYING PREVENTION SOCIAL SKILLS FOR KIDS Tanner’s Tuesday Tips Hi everyone, SCHOOL BULLYING PREVENTION Thanks to the SCHOOL BUS SAFETY COMPANY for these bus safety tips for kids: 1. Never cross close to the front of the bus-make sure the driver can see you.
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Here I am again with another issue for you. Some kids think that being mean, rude, and disrespectful is cool. Some kids think that bullying is cool. Why would anyone think they could be cool if they are unkind? Don’t you think that to be considered cool, you should be kind? For National Bullying Month (YEAR), let’s spread the word that “kind is cool” and “cool is kind.”
2. Never pick up anything you drop close to or under the bus-ask the driver what to do.
3. Never run after a bus or bang on the side.
4. If you most cross the street in front of the bus, follow the driver's directions, and stop and look before you cross.
5. Never run across a street, it's better to miss the bus than rush and risk being hit by a car.
6. Stay away from the rear and sides of the bus-always be in a safe place where the driver can see you.
7. Respect the 10 foot danger zone around the bus.
SOCIAL SKILLS FOR KIDS
Tanner’s Tuesday Tips
SCHOOL BULLYING PREVENTION
Thanks to the SCHOOL BUS SAFETY COMPANY for these bus safety tips for kids:
1. Never cross close to the front of the bus-make sure the driver can see you.
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