First Days of School — Be Nice to the New Kid Month

By | Bully, bullying prevention, elementary school, elementary schools, first day of school, Kathryn Otoshi, kindness, leadership, new kid, new students, ONE, R.J. Palacio, school, school tips, Uncategorized, Wonder | No Comments

By September 7th, most kids up to the age of 18 will be back in school in the U.S. so I’ve designated September as National ‘Be Nice to the New Kid Month. “Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.”   —Blaise…

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Siblings, The Summer, and Bullying

By | Bullies and Victims, Bully, bullying prevention, Do Something, Dr. Barbara Greenberg, International Bullying Prevention Association, Pediatrics, sibling bullying, siblings, SuEllen Fried, summer activities, Uncategorized | No Comments

This week’s anti-bullying buzz is about siblings.  A new study published by the journal Pediatrics, reveals that sibling bullying can be just as harmful as peer bullying to children’s mental health. When kids are out of school and spending more…

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