The support curriculum of the Bully-Free Amazing Wonder Show (that’s in addition to the posters, student and parent handouts, the Amazing  Bully-Free Schools Handbook and the Four S.T.A.R. Steps™ DVD!!) includes 45 grade appropriate lesson plans. As you can see, these lesson plans get into every “nook and cranny” of bullying prevention topics, geared to each grade level.

Kindergarten Lesson #1
Helpers at School
Objective:  students will identify adults at school that they can ask for help.

Kindergarten Lesson #2
Everybody Plays
Objective:  students will understand that anyone can play and join in at school.

Kindergarten Lesson #3
When my Friend Needs Help
Objective:  students will recognize when a classmate needs help.

Kindergarten Lesson #4
How Do I Feel?
Objective:  Students will identify and name common feelings

Kindergarten Lesson #5
My Special Gifts
Objective:  Each student will recognize a unique talent, gift, or interest that he or she possesses

First Grade Lesson #1
Helpers at School and All Around Me
Objective:  students will identify adults that they can trust at school and in the community

First Grade Lesson #2
We’re all Unique
Objective: students will recognize that everyone is unique

First Grade Lesson #3
The Friendship Game
Objective:  students will identify healthy interaction between friends

First Grade Lesson #4
How Do I Feel?
Objective:  student will identify and state how they feel

First Grade Lesson #5
When my Friend Needs Help
Objective:  students will recognize when a classmate needs help from a trusted adult

Second Grade Lesson #1
Tattling or Alerting?
Objective:  students will recognize differences in tattling or alerting an adult at school and home (The “A” in the Four S.T.A.R. Steps™)

Second Grade Lesson #2
Be a STAR Problem Solver
Objective:  students will identify three problem solving methods when faced with teasing

Second Grade Lesson #3
Your Body says as much as Words
Objective:  students will demonstrate assertive body language

Second Grade Lesson #4
Words Can Really Hurt Me
Objective:  students will recognize that words can hurt and cause emotional pain

Second Grade Lesson #5
Be a STAR
Objective:  student will demonstrate knowledge of the Four S.T.A.R. Steps™ acronym

Third Grade Lesson # 1
Is this Friendly Teasing or Bullying?
Objective:  student will recognize the difference between friendly teasing and bullying

Third Grade Lesson #2
Feeling Left Out
Objective:  students will recognize feelings of being left out by classmates

Third grade Lesson #3
Handling Teasing Assertively
Objective: students will identify three strategies for problem solving when teasing occurs

Third Grade Lesson #4
What Happens When I’m Angry?
Objective:  student will identify physical changes in the body when feeling anger

Third Grade Lesson #5
Ouch!  Words Hurt Too!
Objective:  students will recognize that words can be harmful

Fourth Grade Lesson #1
It’s my Personal Space
Objective:  student will demonstrate appropriate boundaries of personal space

Fourth Grade Lesson #2
Is that really Bullying?
Objective:  students will identify methods, other than, physical fighting, that may be considered bullying

Fourth Grade Lesson #3
Popcorn and Peer Pressure
Objective:  students will recognize how easily peer pressure can affect decisions

Fourth Grade Lesson #4
Don’t Pop Your Balloon
Objective:  student will identify feelings of anger

Fourth Grade Lesson #5
Using “I messages”
Objective:  students will communicate feelings through “I messages”

Fifth Grade Lesson #1
Myths of Bullying
Objective:  students will identify myths that are associated with bullying

Fifth Grade Lesson #2
Friendly Teasing vs. Bullying
Objective:  students will identify the differences between friendly teasing and bullying

Fifth Grade Lesson #3
Are you Aggressive, Passive, or Assertive?
Objective:  students will communicate assertiveness skills through “I messages”

Fifth Grade Lesson #4
I didn’t know that was Bullying!
Objective:  students will have an understanding that bullying takes many forms beyond physical contact

Fifth Grade Lesson #5
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions
Objective:  students demonstrate effective decision making skills and how it relates to the Four S.T.A.R. Steps™

Sixth Grade Lesson #1
Be a STAR
Objective:  students will identify the Four S.T.A.R. Steps™ and the differences in applying them to middle school as compared to elementary school

Sixth Grade Lesson #2
I Didn’t Think of that…
Objective:  student will recognize the affects bullying has on school campuses

Sixth Grade Lesson #3
Techno Bullying
Objective:  students will identify types of bullying using technology

Sixth Grade Lesson #4
Conflict Resolution
Objective:  students will be introduced to conflict resolution

Sixth Grade Lesson #5
Point of View
Objective:  students will recognize that others have different points of view

Seventh Grade Lesson #1
Knowledge of Bullying
Objective:  students will identify general characteristics of bullying behavior

Seventh Grade Lesson #2
Internet Research on Bullying
Objective:  students will identify helpful websites as resources for information on bullying

Seventh Grade Lesson #3
Bullying in History/Current Events
Objective:  students will identify people or groups of people in history or currently that displayed or display bullying behavior

Seventh Grade Lesson #4
Who’s Stronger?
Objective:  students will identify ways of empowerment for by-standers

Seventh Grade Lesson #5
The Sneetches
Objective:  students will identify characteristics of positive peer groups versus cliques in a school or community

Eighth Grade Lesson #1
“Cyberbullying”
Objective:  students will identify types of bullying using technology

Eighth Grade Lesson # 2
Is this Friendly Teasing or Harassing?
Objective:  student will recognize the difference between friendly teasing and harassment

Eighth Grade Lesson # 3
Change the Outcome
Objective:  student will demonstrate knowledge of appropriate by-stander options when observing bullying incident

Eighth Grade Lesson #4
Sticks, Stones and Words Can Hurt
Objective:  students will recognize that words can’t be taken back once spoken

Eighth Grade Lesson #5
Stop bullying now
Objective:  students will demonstrate the knowledge of resources for bullying information