What to Do About Bullying: Tips for Parentswww.cfchildren.org/This page within the Committee for Children’s excellent site features tips for parents on how to deal with and discuss bullying with their children.
Out On a Limb: A Guide to Getting Along
This page within the University of Illinois Extension website, allows children to follow an interactive story that focuses on conflict resolution.
“Bullying and Victimization: Prevention and Intervention. A
This site, which is put out by the Psychology Department of
the Toronto Catholic District School Board, outlines the issues
related to bullying and offers advice to parents on how to deal with
children who are either being bullied or bullying others.
Parent Teacher Association
The National Parent Teacher Association website has a list of
parent resources to prevent bullying.
This site has a wealth of information for parents detailing particulars about bullying, the warning signs, how to help your child, preventing bullying at school, and some of the more severe consequences of bullying that can carry into adulthood.
What Parents Can Do
This is a helpful list of 10 actions parents can take to help stop
INTERACTIVE STUDENT SITES
Out on a Limb: A guide to Getting Along
This page within the University of Illinois Extension website,
allows children to follow an interactive story that focuses on
Kids Against Bullying
Pacer Center’s National Center for Bullying Prevention – this is an
interactive, creative and relevant bullying prevention site created
for and by kids to raise awareness.
It’s Your Choice
This is a link to a site kids can interact with regarding character and
making good choices.