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Bully: A Read-along Story About Bullies for Kids: Read-Aloud Stories from PlayKids

Does your child have questions about bullies or bullying? Lupi learns how to deal with a preschool bully with the help of his older Junior and their friends. Sometimes kids need to learn how to deal with scary situations on their own, and to learn how to find the courage to stand up to a playground or school bully. Lupi teaches kids how to be brave, and that sometimes being kind is all it takes to change a bully to a friend!

Teachers and parents can use this story to help kids learn how to deal with a bully, how not to be a bully, and how to show kindness and empathy towards others.

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The dawn of a new era has arrived in the fight against cyberbullying with the official launch of Cyber Bullying Report. An Anti-Bullying and Internet Safety Services resource for fighting bullies and keeping you up to date on current events. The crown jewel of Cyber Bullying Report is the Anti-Cyberbullying Second Strike System anonymous publishing service designed to help victims of cyber bullies turn the tables on cyber bullies and cyber stalkers. This total package of internet safety resources is also fully automated current Cyber Security News machine.

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Girl bullies are just as much an everyday occurrence in schools as boy bullies. The girl bullies make use of different methods, however. While a number of them will spread gossip about the other girls, or taunt girls about their body mass or overall look, others school girl bullies will be inclined to act as a cluster, which gives the lead bully far more power.


Furthermore, because girl bullies operate in groups, they are unsurprisingly cheered on when showing abuse to others girls. This provides them with the influence to carry on picking on others. In some instances, they will use their assemblage to swell their apparent authority which will result in after school physical altercations. This raises quite an interesting issue. Girl bullies who partake in fighting are usually encircled by boy bullies and their acquaintances. The attendance of the boys seems to almost encourage the violence.


Girls who bully other girls do so very easily. If they see a girl who is fresh to the school or seems a bit introvert, maybe wearing different style clothing, she will become a main target. So, too, will girls who are new to our country who wear their native costume, and who are helpless in grasping the terminology used in every day school life.


In comparison to boys, schoolgirl bullies are cruel in their bullying strategies as well as in their street combat. They display no regret or worry, but dwell exclusively on the achievement of popularity amongst their peers.


Most girl bullies can be rapidly identified by the amount of girls who goes around with them. In addition, their outlook, their similar way of dressing and their verbal communications are obvious indications that somebody in this bunch is a leader as well as a bully. They show a blatant disrespect for authority of any kind and will make use of whatever means necessary to cover up their deeds by intimidating those in their group to stay quiet.


Another issue is that school girl bullies frequently opt for targets who appear to get on well with teachers, those who are academic, and who do not play the game of the ‘gang-like’ values most girl bullies enforce as leaders. According to the figures on school misdeeds and safety, 26% of females have been caught up in bodily fights. In addition, the Journal of the American Medical Association recognizes schoolgirl bullies as “those who use verbal bullying and rumors to victimize other girls.” It’s hardly surprising then, that 39% of middle school girls when asked, stated they do not consider themselves to be protected at school.


Incidents of girls who bully girls take place more often in sixth to eighth grade, and the girls usually reside in built-up areas. Victims of school girl bullies are evidence of to the fact that they are emotionally and spiritually mistreated.


The bottom line is that for girl bullies, it is a passed down behavior. Proof indicates that bullying starts from the tender ago of just two years old. Schoolgirl bullies can create intense disturbing unease within their victims. For that reason it is up to the parents, teachers, administrators, guidance counselors and support staff to see the signs and act to put an end to these incidents of girl bullying immediately.


copyright By Mandy-Jane Clarke

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