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The following resources are provided to help you as a parent or
professional find the information you need for your own special
Bullying - http://facs.pppst.com/bullying.html. Free
powerpoints, interactive activities games, lessons. Bullying Prevention
and Intervention Tips for Scout Leaders • Take a stand against
bullying (parent presentation)
Bullying Information Center on Education.com, www.education.com/topic/school-bullying-teasing. The
latest in bullying research conducted by world-renowned experts, plus 10
actions parents can take to help reduce bullying.
Coloroso, B. (2002) The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander: From
Preschool to High School, How Parents and Teachers Can Help Break the
Cycle of Violence. Harper Collins, Toronto.
Coyote, C. The Bully Game: Stop Picking on Me. A board game
available from www.amazon.com.
DePaola, T. (1979) Oliver Button Is a Sissy: Overcoming
Bullying. Harcourt Brace.
Estes, E. (1944, 2004). The Hundred Dresses. Harcourt
Facts for Families, #80 Bullying. American Academy of Child
& Adolescent Psychiatry, http://www.aacap.org. Understanding the motives
behind relational aggression has important implications as to what
school policy should be and how to intervene.
Free Bully Prevention Downloads & Websites for Kids, the Guidance
Jaksa, Peter. "Bullying and ADHD." Part One: How to help your
child cope with bullying. Part Two: How to stop and prevent bullying
McCarthy, LF. When Your ADHD Child Is the Bully, www.additudemag.com.
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center, National Youth
Violence Prevention Resource Center, STRYVE is a national initiative,
led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which takes
a public health approach to preventing youth. www.safeyouth.gov
McCain, BR. (2001) Nobody Knew What to Do: A Story about
Bullying (Concept Books, Whitman Pub, Morton Grove IL).
National Association of School Psychologists. (2002) Bullying
prevention: what schools and parents can do. National Association of
School Psychologists, Bethesda, MD. Retrieved August 10, 2005, from http://www.naspcenter.org/resourcekit/bullying_new_rk.html.
Olweus , D (1993) Bullying at School: What We Know and What We
Can Do. The definitive book on bully/victim problems in school. An
online overview of how a school can be involved in solving the problem.
Blackwell Press, Oxford UK. www.books.google.com
Thomas, P., Harker, L. (2000) Stop Picking on Me.
Barron’s Education Series.
Towes, RY. (2010) Bullying: A Parent’s Primer. PDF
download at http://www.thebullybook.com.
Stop Bullying Now! www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov. The U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services offers flash movies, games, and information
about bullying and how to prevent bullying. A website with kid
activities. The child can go onto the website, play games, watch videos
and interact with the cartoon characters. There is also an adult
Webisodes - Games - Adults' Page - What Is Bullying? Stop Bullying
Now Resource kit and other materials are available online at: www.stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov.
For an excellent list of books to read with your child, visit Best
Children’s Books on Bullying, http://www.best-childrens-books.com/childrens-books-about-bullying.html,
which is catalogued by bibliotherapy and children’s books about
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