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What to do if you are bullied worksheet
The second Wednesday in October is National Stop Bullying Day. This Monday I have an activity students can work through to determine what to do if they are bullied in various situations and ways.
In special education, students often need visual supports to help them understand more abstract and social communication-type concepts. This worksheet has some examples of what bullying may look like, as well as different ways they could react when these instances of bullying may occur.
Of course, you will want to pull in your own school’s prevention message when it comes to bullying.
There can be more than one right answer. I provided suggestions for color coding in the digital format, but really, this is a great activity to talk through and to figure out what the best response to these scenarios would be if they occurred.
I have included a color and black and white version. For students who need more support, you can easily add some color coding shown in the digital version to assist your students.
Visit my blog post on color-coding worksheets to learn more about this quick and effective technique.
The goal is to have one worksheet that all the students in your class can do with some simple modifications.
I also include a link to a digital version as well in case you are teaching remotely or want to set up an independent work center in your classroom.
I hope that you will grab this free worksheet by clicking the button below the video.