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#KindVibes Headquarters is a place to become educated and empowered to spread kindness and prevent bullying. We created #KindVibes for October, which is National Bullying Prevention Month, but the truth is, we should be spreading #KindVibes all year long. The hashtag is all about reminding the world around you that sending #KindVibes is the first step in stopping and preventing bullying.

Consider this page your go-to resource for helping children and teens feel safe from bullying, and for teaching them how to prevent and respond to bullying and spread kindness instead.


               
 

#KindVibes For Parents


Use this page as a resource for helping your children feel safe from bullying. Teach them that bullying is never OK – and that there are healthy, effective ways to respond to these behaviors. Learn the signs if your child is being bullied or is the bully and how to respond. And teach your child about spreading kindness using #KindVibes.

Below you will find checklists for spotting the signs that your child is a target of bullying– plus ideas for how to address the topic in a way that will help your children open up about the difficult topic of bullying.

#KindVibes starts at home!


 

#KindVibes For Educators


We encourage you to become empowered as an educator, as you remind your students that bullying is never OK, inside or outside of the classroom. Teach them healthy, effective ways to deal with bullying, and teach them how to be empathetic and kind by spreading #KindVibes.

Resources available include classroom and school-wide activities, ideas for promoting National Bullying Prevention Month and/or #KindVibes at school, and for social media content to share.

Also available are lesson plans for grades K-8 for National Bullying Prevention Month to help you teach students how to prevent, recognize, and respond to bullying and cyberbullying. Feel free to use these any time of the year.

Let your school be a place where #KindVibes rule!


 

#KindVibes For Coaches


We encourage you to become empowered as a coach, and to educate and empower your youth athletes. Teach them that bullying is never OK, and that there are healthy, effective ways to deal with bullying. Also teach them how to be empathetic and kind by spreading #KindVibes.

Resources available include Talking Points for Educating Youth Athletes, Messages for spreading #KindVibes, and a Quiz for your youth athletes to determine their #KindVibes score.

Let your club, gym, or team be a place where #KindVibes rule!


 

#KindVibes For Students


This is a place where we encourage you to feel safe, knowing that bullying is never OK – and that there are healthy, effective ways to deal with it.

Below you will find resources to help you deal with bullies and spread kindness. In October, which is National Bullying Prevention Month, and year-round, we encourage you to talk to Safe Adults when you see bullying, cyberbullying or other hurtful and abusive behavior. Also remember, always show kindness to others.

#KindVibes is to remind (or show) the world around you that sending #KindVibes is the first step in preventing and stopping bullying. So, get out there and spread the #KindVibes! And when you do, tag us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!

#KindVibes starts with you!

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