Bullying Prevention Lesson Plans

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Research shows bullying CAN be stopped, but true change requires consistent education and intervention. Below are lesson plans for educators to help create a culture of kindness and safety in your school(s). Educators and prevention specialists at MBF developed these bullying prevention lesson plans for use during the month of October (Bullying Prevention Month) to help prevent and stop bullying.

While one lesson will not end bullying, using this lesson and the included activities as part of a broader plan to help reduce bullying is a great start.


October 2019 – Lesson Plans: K-2, 3-5, and 6-8

October 2018 – Grades K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8


October 2017 –

Florida Schools: Grades K-2, Grades 3-5Grades 6-8

Other Schools: Grades K-2, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8


Additional Resources:

Safety Matters Song

Safety Brief: Identifying & Reporting Bullying

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