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Preventing bullying

MORE ABOUT IT There are some things the children in the story could do to try to prevent Ava and Sienna being mean to Mia and behaving like bullies. 1. Tick the things you think could prevent the bullying.

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(c) Mia could run away crying.

(d) The children who are playing can keep laughing at Mia.

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(a) Someone who joined in the game or is watching could report it to a teacher.

(e) Mia could be strong and not cry. She could stand up and say, ‘This isn’t a nice game. I don’t want to play with people who are nasty. I’m going to play with someone else. Who wants to join me?’

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(g) The people watching could do nothing.

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Ava and Sienna. I think you should stop playing this game’.

2. Choose one of the ideas above you think could prevent the bullying. Write one or two paragraphs to give your ending to the story.

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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  

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