Anti-Bullying STEAM Curriculum for Preschoolers and Kindergarten Kids: Story, Paintings ,Coloring Pages, Prompts and Activities, With How to Use Tips by Michelle KorenfeldHelp children internalize empathy and friendship ignited by the animal world. In the mean-time teach them without them even noticing about the food chain. This book offers experiential and music activities to stimulate the moto: “Sometimes we’re bigger, sometimes we’re smaller. Sometimes we’re stronger, sometimes we’re weaker. But we are always friends.” Identifying with the animals in the story “In the Shade of an Old Tree” the children are invited to provide their own advice on how to become better friends. Coloring the coloring pages and drawing inspired by the fun prompts, they embrace a shield against anti-bullying inspired by their own advice. Moreover, the children are kindly introduced to terms like diversity and relativity and to values like protecting nature. This book is based on Michelle Korenfeld’s lifelong creative education practice with preschoolers and kindergarten children. It has been developed according to feedback from both teachers and children. It is also based on Michelle’s teaching at The Dr. Erica Landau Institute for the Advancement of Youth to Excellence and Creativity, and on conversations with Dr. Moshe Rishpon who established The Clore Garden of Science and The Science Oriented Youth Department in The Weizmann Institute. The Science Oriented Youth Department is a pioneer program in science education and a leader of that field worldwide. Turn anti-bullying education into a delight using the original materials, story, activities, coloring pages and prompts in this book, all the product of the author. Speak with the kids in a language they relate to about animals, let them experience coloring, drawing and experiential activities for an anti-bullying education that lasts.
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20 of the Best Anti-Bullying Picture Books for Teachers
GRE scores not required Prepare for teaching credential. No GRE scores are required to apply. In the past five years, bullying has become a hot topic in school yards and parent-teacher meetings across the country. It isn't that bullying incidents have increased dramatically, it is just that parents and teachers and students are all far more aware and conscious of the threat of bullying. One strategy to combat bullying is to try and nip the problem in the bud early and often. Because of this strategy, the popularity of picture books covering the topic of bullying has risen. Here is a non-exhaustive, non-comprehensive list of some of our favorite picture books about bullying.
In fact, 1 out of 4 teens are bullied and 1 out of 5 kids admit to being a bully. With the help of our awesome teacher community, we compiled these anti-bullying books organized from youngest to oldest that address teasing, friendship, self-esteem and more.
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Bullying is a serious issue, and reading children's books on the topic can help kids understand it better and have healthier relationships with their peers. Whether your child has been a victim of bullying or a participant in bullying or he just needs to learn more about empathy, these emotionally enlightening books for all ages can help. Find more books on bullying, feelings and other tough topics in our Book Finder. Just Kidding by Trudy Ludwig. Confessions of a Former Bully by Trudy Ludwig.