Bully Prevention Parent Resources
The Four Types of Bullying
REMEMBER: Bullying is a pattern of repeated behavior and not a one-time incident
1. Physical: hurting a person's body or possessions
2. Verbal: saying mean things i.e. name calling, inappropriate comments, taunting or threatening to cause harm.
3. Socal/Relational: hurting someone's reputation or relationships i.e. telling others not to be friends with someone, leaving someone out on purpose, spreading rumors, embarrassing in public.
4. Electronic/Written Communication: involves cyber-bullying, colletive/group note writing, or any bullying undertaken through the use of an electronic device (computer, cell phone, etc.)
The following is a list of resources selected to provide you with more information about how you can assist your child with bully prevention.