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What will I do?

Cyberbullying

READ ABOUT IT If you are being cyberbullied, think If you see cyberbullying, think B-SAFE. LASER.

BLOCK the sender of the

LET the bully know what he or

messages, emails or calls.

she is doing is not OK or cool.

is happening, or call a helpline. r o e t s Bo r e SUPPORT be friendly to p oand u k‘I saw what Ava the target; e.g S ALERT a trusted adult or call wrote. That wasn’t fair. Are you

SAVE the evidence – keep a copy

a helpline. Keep telling them what is happening until they do something.

FLAG or report the sender or the post.

okay?’

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of any nasty messages or emails. This can help you (or the police) to find and stop the bully.

ALERT a trusted adult to what

ENCOURAGE others to stick up for the target.

REFUSE to

join in, pass on or look at any nasty messages, pictures or videos cyberbullies send you.

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change your contact details (email, phone number, user name) if necessary.

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WRITE ABOUT IT

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© R. I . C.Publ i cat i ons by not replying to nasty messages, and •f o rr e vi ew p ur posesonl y• END the bullying

Imagine you have just received a text or email making fun of a classmate. What will you do? Name two adults you could talk to.

o c . che e r o t r s super MORE ABOUT IT

With a partner or in a small group, come up with a way to present either the B-SAFE or LASER message to others. You could make up a rap, a short play or a TV commercial. R.I.C. Publications® - www.ricpublications.com.au

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Bullying in a Cyber World: Ages 6-8  

The blackline masters cover the following: What is bullying?, Forms of bullying, Cyberbullying, Targets of bullying, Effects of bullying, Wh...

Bullying in a Cyber World: Ages 6-8  

The blackline masters cover the following: What is bullying?, Forms of bullying, Cyberbullying, Targets of bullying, Effects of bullying, Wh...