Bullying Strategies for use in school

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Re: Bullying Strategies for use in school

Postby MizCeeDub » Mon Mar 25, 2013 5:54 pm

WackieWill wrote :
> You have to discipline your kids if they are bullying others at school.
>
> You cant expect them to learn from anyone better than their own parent!
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> Would you want someone to bully them? Then snap out of it and teach them
> its NEVER ok to bully

PREACH!!!! lol
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Re: Bullying Strategies for use in school

Postby jansharts89 » Tue Apr 02, 2013 9:45 am

So where do parents teach when to defend themselves and/or try to walk away?
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Re: Bullying Strategies for use in school

Postby DoraLynn » Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:54 pm

I say when their in toddler hood. Start them young by having play dates, teaching them to share, be polite, and explaining bad behavior and rewarding good behavior.
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Re: Bullying Strategies for use in school

Postby Iierralieon » Tue May 21, 2013 11:03 am

DoraLynn wrote :
> I say when their in toddler hood. Start them young by having play dates,
> teaching them to share, be polite, and explaining bad behavior and
> rewarding good behavior.

That sounds like a very good start for toddlers... Thanks, I'm a new parent. ;)
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Re: Bullying Strategies for use in school

Postby pinkiejay » Wed May 22, 2013 8:35 am

Congrats on new motherhood. Those are very good ideas as a starting point for kids. I heard that when kids have play dates, or are in preschool and daycare, that they are more sociable, tend to share more, and are less likely to be a bully or become a victim of bullying. Now if we can get our schools to participate in preschool for free and all day kindergarten.
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Re: Bullying Strategies for use in school

Postby WooChild » Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:39 am

As much as it hurts you as a parent to punish your child they have to know it is wrong to bully another kid so when you see this happen the first time you must act swiftly so they understand this behavior is never acceptable.
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