The 8 Keys To End Bullying Activity Book For Kids & Tweens by Signe WhitsonThe 8 Keys To End Bullying Activity Book For Kids & Tweens by Signe Whitson

The 8 Keys To End Bullying Activity Book For Kids & Tweens

bySigne Whitson

Paperback | October 25, 2016

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The 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Book for Kids & Tweens is designed to be both useful and fun. There are quizzes, experiments, questions, and answers mixed in with games, puzzles, journaling challenges, and real-life stories that teach kids how to:
  • Tell the difference between rudeness, mean behavior, and bullying
  • Respond well when someone is bullying them
  • Stand up for someone else before, during, and after bullying
  • Have fun online and while texting without hurting others or putting themselves at risk
  • Keep a cool head and make good choices, even when they are upset
  • Pick fun, kind, trustworthy friends
  • Connect with helpful adults when necessary
  • Reach out to kids who bully, knowing that everyone has a story
  • Create awareness about the problem of bullying
  • Every part of this book is designed to teach kids what to do to bring an end to bullying, and to choose kindness whenever possible.

Organized around the groundbreaking principles of 8 Keys to End Bullying, the two-book 8 Keys to End Bullying Activity Program for Kids & Tweens builds key social-emotional skills in readers ages 8-12, empowering them to cope with conflict and end bullying in their communities and schools. Younger kids can complete the activities with a parent or teacher's guidance, while older kids can complete the activities independently. These simple activities cultivate (1) assertiveness, emotion management, and friendship skills in kids vulnerable to bullying, (2) problem-solving skills for kids who witness bullying, and (3) empathy and kindness skills in kids who are likely to bully their peers. Books are available individually or as a set.

Signe Whitson, a licensed social worker, school counselor, and author, is COO of the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute and presents workshops nationwide for parents and professionals on bullying prevention and helping kids manage anger. She lives in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania.
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Title:The 8 Keys To End Bullying Activity Book For Kids & TweensFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 8 × 8 × 0.8 inPublished:October 25, 2016Publisher:WW NortonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0393711803

ISBN - 13:9780393711806

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Editorial Reviews

The activities are fun to do and I couldn't wait to see what was coming next. After I completed the 8 Keys I really wanted to get rid of bullying at my school. I learned what bullying is and things I can do to stop it. — Ashlyn, age 11Well-organized and easily relatable, this workbook and companion guide will help kids understand categories of aggressive behaviors—such as how rude, mean, and bullying behaviors differ—and teach them to treat others with respect and kindness. Bravo for a fun, accessible anti-bullying activity program! — Carrie Goldman, award-winning author of Bullied: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know About Ending the Cycle of FearSigne Whitson continues to provide value that very few do: a detailed approach that offers tools and skill-building for young people in an action-based training format. This is the only way to impact one of our toughest issues that all people face: bullying. An amazing resource for educators and parents, with proven strategies to fight bullying situations. — Jason Spector, Veteran Physical Educator and Coach, Co-Founder of Sweethearts and Heroes Anti-Bullying Program, father of two[F]ull of wry vignettes and articles lampooning the motivated enthusiasm and game-changing promises of Silicon Valley’s tech bro elite… by turns cute, funny or chilling. And it’s more than the sum of its parts. — Sue Scheff, Parent Advocate, Internet Safety Expert and author of Shame NationCarr’s best hits for those who missed the last decade of his stream of thoughtful commentary about our love affair with technology and its effect on our relationships. — James Freeman, MA, CYC-P, Training Director, Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and FamiliesBright, fun, telling. . . . A collection that reminds us that critical thinking is the best way to view the mixed blessings of rampant technology. A treat for Carr fans. — Tara Schwartz, mother of a 9-year-old, Pennsylvania