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Have you ever been teased at school or picked on by a bully? It’s NOT a good feeling. Help end mean behaviors by starting a campaign to erase meanness.
Bullies are usually mean because teasing and namecalling (or worse) makes them feel more important. Students form cliques so they have a place to fit in at school. Many children are picked on or feel left out every day. What rules does your school have about how students and staff are expected to treat each other?
You can do something more to stop the meanness! First, you can set a good example of how to treat others. You can also start a campaign to identify how to be kind to others and the best ways to react to bullies. Here’s one action you can take to help erase meanness. You and your classmates can generate many great ideas!
Choose a positive behavior, such as how to be a good friend, to illustrate on a poster. Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils on white paper to highlight your message. It is easy to erase color to create details and special effects, either with white space or by filling in with another color.
Make a border with vivid colors and erase out a design. Add a message to your poster using active, positive words that encourage kindness. Use your poster to start discussions with classmates on creating a friendlier atmosphere within your school.
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