Or you can download the entire coloring book here.
And why is a site about drawing, painting, and art classes for kids hosting an entire section about bullying? Because a part of our mission is to inspire kids to become better people through art, and we think that (free!) resources like anti-bullying coloring pages are a pretty cool way to do that.
Part 1: Treat Everyone With Respect
In Section I your children will learn that differences aren’t wrong, but rather, something to be celebrated. They will also learn how to cope with big emotions in ways that are safe, healthy and respectful.
Part 2: What to Do If You're Bullied
Section II is a tool kit that helps children learn what to do if they are being bullied. Through role playing and developing a safety plan, children are given the power to stand up for themselves and to get help.
Part 3: Stand Up For Others
In Section III children learn to not be bystanders and to get help for others. Students are introduced to the difference between tattling and telling and are given real ways to be a friend to others and to say something when they see bullying happen.
Part 4: Get Involved
Finally, in Section IV children are taught to be leaders at school and in their community. When children get involved in stopping bullying, they take ownership of their school and community, striving to make it a safe place for all.