Bullying Videos for Elementary School

Instructor: Clio Stearns

Clio has taught education courses at the college level and has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction.

Teaching elementary students about bullying is an important part of social emotional learning. This lesson gives you some ideas for videos that will help you start conversations about bullying with your students.

Why Anti-Bullying Videos?

Teaching elementary students not to bully is an important aspect of any social emotional learning. By talking with students about why bullying is wrong and helping them understand how bullying hurts people, you open up conversations about appropriate social behavior that will last a lifetime. One great way to teach students not to bully, and also how to respond to bullying, is to show them videos. The videos in this lesson are entertaining, but more importantly, they deal with themes that will start helpful conversations in your class. When you show students videos about bullying, make sure to leave plenty of opportunity for them to talk about any feelings or ideas that came up. Some of the videos even come with free quizzes and other interactive activities that will help children talk about bullying. Yet these activities should never replace thoughtful conversations with classmates and supportive adults.

KB's First Day

Found on stopbullying.gov, KB's First Day is a free video that tells the story of a girl named KB who is just starting a new school. On her first day of school, a girl named Cassandra makes fun of her in front of the entire class. After showing this video to your students, you can ask them the following questions:

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