- Bullies in Children’s Literature
This Web site contains reviews of books related to bullies.
- Braving Bullies
This Web site contains an annotated list of bullying-related books, videos, and Web sites for children and adults, organized by age group.
- Helping Kids Deal with Bullies
This resource discusses bullying and offers suggestions to help children deal with bullies.
(Also in Spanish)
- Preschool Bullies
This Web site includes suggestions on what a concerned parent can do about bullying behavior in children 5 years old and younger.
- Stop Bullying Now
This Web site from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services includes links to Web Casts, answers to questions about bullying, and resources for children, educators, and families.
- Working With a Bully
This resource includes suggestions on recognizing and changing bullying behavior.
- Early Cognitive Stimulation, Emotional Support, and
Television Watching as Predictors of Subsequent Bullying Among Grade-School Children
The early home environment has a significant impact on bullying in grade school.
- Bullying Hurts Everyone
- He's Teasing Me!
- Kids Who Care
- Helping Children Learn to Get Along
- Bullying Among Children
Author(s): Bullock, Janis R.
Publication Date: 2002
Source: Childhood Education, 78(3), 130-133.
- Bullying: It’s Everyone’s Problem
Author(s): Meckwood-Yazdpour, Jane E.
Publication Date: 2006
Source: Parent and Preschooler Newsletter, 21(3), 1-4.
- On Purpose: Addressing Teasing and Bullying in Early Education
Author(s): Froschl, Merle; Sprung, Barbara.
Publication Date: March 1999
Source: Young Children, 54(2), 70-72.
- Teacher to Teacher: Bullying Prevention
Author(s): Feldman, Sandra.
Publication Date: 2004
Source: Teaching Pre K-8, 34(6), 6.
- Your 3-Step Plan to Stopping Childhood Bullying
Author(s): None given.
Source: Exceptional Parent, 37(2), 64-66.
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