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Things I can do

Dealing with bullying

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2. When it is finished, play with a partner. – Ask your partner to choose one of the children on the outside. – Open and close the chatterbox for each letter of the child’s name. – Hold it open and ask your partner to choose one of the four numbers showing inside. – Open and close the chatterbox while you count that number. – Hold it open and ask your partner to choose one of the four numbers showing inside. – Lift up the flap and read about something you can do if you or someone else is bullied.

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Report the bullying.

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Bullying in a cyber world

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Bullying in a Cyber World: Ages 6-8  
Bullying in a Cyber World: Ages 6-8  

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