Don’t be a Bully is a short simple book for young children, and beginner ESL readers, promoting values of anti-bullying and anti-discrimination.
This book teaches children ten important life lessons about values and the importance of treating everyone equal, no matter what race, religion, gender, or abilities. There are exercises supporting the topics at the end which can be used for classroom life lessons/health education or home school exercises.
Each lesson is introduced by an animal with a name that uses alliteration, eg Gerty Goat, Wally Walrus. These animals are a feature of Free Kids Books’ life lessons, Be Nice sight words series.
While the word “discriminate” might be a big one for young children, we think it’s a REALLY important one, and well within their grasp to learn early.
All books are available in Creative Commons – CC-BY-SA-NC, as a pdf download, read online, and in an editable form too – which allows users to build on this resource, create lesson materials, or even new resources to share. Editable books can be a good way to teach older children editing, formatting, and writing skills, to create their own books in the same style, please do share them with us if you do!
See more books like this that promote anti-discrimination in our behaviour and valuescategories.
For those who want to add to this book or change it to suit your needs, here is the editable version of this book:Don’t Be a Bully odg
Note – these books are created using open office draw, since for picture based books, this format works much better, images and text can be interplayed on each page and don’t scroll. OpenOffice is a free program available at https://www.openoffice.org.
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Text from Don’t Be a Bully – Anti-discrimination
Don’t be a bully.
Be fair to everyone no matter what.
Treat everyone the way you want to be treated.
Don’t judge people for their beliefs or abilities.
Support and help others.
Never put someone down.
Hate hurts; Love heals.
Sharing is caring.
Be honest, but be kind.
The book includes some activities for children to help them think about and discuss anti-discrimination / anti-bullying concepts at the end.
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