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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - September 18 - September 24, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

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 With school back in session in most places, and a huge number of kids riding the bus to and from school, its important to stress that bullying can be prevented by older kids caring about and watching out for younger kids, obeying and driver, and following the Golden Rule; treat others the way you want to be treated.


 HERE ARE Some tips from me, Tanner. If we can be kinder and nicer at school, why can't we be the same way when we get home. Last time I mentioned kids being afraid to go to school for fear of being bullied there. What about the kids who are afraid to go home and see what has been posted about them on the Internet? We should be kind and nice everywhere and to everyone, don't you think?

 Cool Kind Kids…See and are aware of mean behavior in their friends and others and are bold enough to tell them to stop!


Here I am at Dogie Boot Camp. I was mean to some dogs at my dogie day care, so Mommy wants me to learn how to be kinder to the other dogs. Just because I'm an English Bulldog doesn't mean that I have to be a bully. I hope that you are kind to other kids, not mean. Mean isn't cool.



Half of young people have experienced cyber bullying, 10 - 20% experience it frequently.

FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - September 11 - September 17, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA  Whether playing a game with friends or working together on a school project, cooperation is needed. Kids need to learn from an early age to share, give preference to another, and take turns. When these things are present, the game or project run smoothly [...]

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Tips for Recognizing Bullying

With October just around the corner, we'll see a huge push everywhere to bring attention to bullying.  As part of National Bullying Prevention Month, schools, communities, educators and parents, as well as the media will be focused on finding strategies and solutions to end this pervasive problem.  Many will be offering definitions of what bullying [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - September 4 - September 10, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

TANNER'S TUESDAY TIPSI know some kids who are scared to go to school because they are afraid they might be bullied. I try to encourage them and stand up for them when I see a kid who bullies approaching them. I even get some other friends to stand [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - August 21 - August 27, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS BY BARBARA Though it may be okay for kids to throw a tantrum, scream and yell, or curse at home, it isn't going to be okay at school or daycare. Teach your kids early how to handle their emotions. Equip them with strategies for dealing with [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - August 7 - August 13, 2017 [In case you missed a few.]

ANTI-BULLYING TIPS FROM BARBARA School will be starting soon. Whether your child is going to preschool for the first time, or returning to school, cooperation, sharing, and playing fair are important skills for them to learn. Start now reinforcing these concepts by setting up games with siblings, [...]

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FACEBOOK POST REVIEW - June 11 - June 18, 2017 [In case you missed some posts.]

SOCIAL SKILLS TIPS FROM BARBARAAn easy introduction for kids to learn is, "Hello, I'm Blake, what's your name?" The other responds with, "I'm Jake, it's nice to meet you." Then they can start talking by asking how they are, what class they're in, or what sports [...]

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Why we Need Manners and Social Skills Training for our Children

Bullying is our number 2 epidemic.  It is starting in preschool, as young as age three.  Our children are going to daycare, preschool, and other babysitting or learning environments at younger ages than in previous generations.  Many are not going into these places with the social skills they need to get along with other children. [...]

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Bullying, our #2 epidemic, has been receiving a huge amount of press recently.  Every day I'm posting articles, news reports, studies and stats on our Facebook Page.  Every day there is another report of a suicide to post.  Most of these are teens, but some are as young as 8 or 9. This is a senseless [...]

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6 More Social Skills Tips for the New Year

Here are some more SOCIAL SKILLS tips to help you help your children learn ways to think, act, and behave that will enable them to get along well with others. Another benefit is these skills will better prepare them for BULLYING PREVENTION. 1. When we GIVE ENCOURAGEMENT to a child for a job well done, a chore completed, a kind [...]

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