Curriculum Focus
Browse our resources by your curriculum
View Curriculum
Try our FREE Teaching Resources
Get Access

Be a Buddy, Not a Bully

Be a Buddy, Not a Bully
View Curriculum Codes   
Description

In this worksheet, students seperate and sort illustrated representations of positive and negative interactions between peers. This is a great starting point
for discussions of kindness and bullying, and can be used as part of a HPE unit, or even for Valentine’s day.

Curriculum Codes

AC9HPFP02 9

Practise personal and social skills to interact respectfully with others

AC9HPFP03 9

Express and describe emotions they experience

ACPPS004 8.4

Practise personal and social skills to interact positively with others

ACPPS005 8.4

Identify and describe emotional responses people may experience in different situations

ACPPS019 8.4

Describe ways to include others to make them feel they belong

VCHPEP060

Practise personal and social skills to interact with others

VCHPEP061

Identify and describe emotional responses people may experience in different situations

PDe-2 old

Identifies people and demonstrates protective strategies that help keep themselves healthy, resilient and safe

PDe-3 old

Communicates ways to be caring, inclusive and respectful of others

PDe-9 old

Practises self-management skills in familiar and unfamiliar scenarios

PDe-10 old

Uses interpersonal skills to effectively interact with others

Differentiation

EXTENSIONS

Students can be asked to sketch their own examples of a kind and cruel thing to do to a classmate.
Students can write how they would feel if they were one of the people in the illustration.

Related Resources
Reviews
Elizabeth Wolter
Posted 3 years ago
QLD, Australia
Students were still mentioning this sheet days after we finished it - quite a hit. Very well levelled to younger school children.