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Free Bullying Prevention Technique Cards / Tips & Printables for use to stop Bullying Everywhere
Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline

Dr. Stangline has used the Bullying Prevention Coping Cards for years as a school counselor (See the wall of cards above with copies available to students). Many students, and their parents, have practiced the Bully Coping Skill Cards and learned how to handle bullies in school, and in life!

Free Bullying Prevention Technique / Tips Cards that are proven to stop the bully! Great for adults to use, as well as teens and children.

Dr. Stangline created these Bullying Prevention Technique Cards for the adults she worked with in a mental institution and modified them for children in the school setting.

They have been used for over 15 years with clients and students of all ages. Now, you can have these wonderful Bullying Prevention Cards for free (A $19.95 Value).


How To Use the Bullying Prevention Cards

School Counselors: You will want to print these Bullying Prevention Technique Cards out and post them on the walls. Also, make copies and pass them out for students who need to take home a bullying prevention technique. Dr. Stangline gives these out for homework!

Private Therapists: Keep several copies of these Bullying Prevention Cards in your office and hand these out to your clients for homework!

Parents: Practice these Bullying Prevention Cards and techniques with your children. Make sure to role play with your child and have them practice over and over again until it comes naturally to them.


Warm Fuzzy Friend’s

Bully Prevention

Coping Skills Cards

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline

Written and Illustrated

By:

Dr. Michelle Stangline

 

A Warm & Fuzzy School

Our school is a Warm and Fuzzy Place! We don’t allow bullying, or mean teasing.  The Warm Fuzzies want you to stand up to bullies and mean teasers.

1.      If you hear someone bullying another person tell them to stop bullying, or teasing.

2.      Let the teacher, counselor, safe adult, or parent know if the bullying continues.

3.      Tell a trusted adult right away if you see anyone else being hurt.  


  Sparkle 

Sparkle outshines the bully and says: 

“There are better ways to shine than that!” 

 Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

 1. Stand up straight.

 2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Smile, and say, “There are better ways to shine than that!”

 4. Repeat as needed.

 5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Let your own sparkle outshine bullying!  

 Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Amour Uses Love and Kindness When Bullied or Teased. She Says:

“Just Be Nice!”  

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

1. Stand up straight.

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Say in a firm voice, “Just Be Nice!” and walk away.

4. Repeat as needed.

5. Practice this skill in front of the mirror before using it on a bully, or mean teaser.  

Amour understands that the bully, or teaser, is really sad and just needs some extra love and kindness.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Wish tells bullies, or mean teasers: 

“I wish you would leave me alone!”

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

1. Stand up straight.

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Say, “I wish you would leave me alone”, and walk away.

4. Repeat as needed.

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.  

Wish is too busy learning in school to let bullies, or mean teasers get in the way of good grades.    

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Prize Says:

“Trick or Treat!”  

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

1. Stand up straight.

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Say, “Trick or Treat” and walk away.

4. Repeat as needed.

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.    

Prize wants us to respect

ourselves and stand up for ourselves in a positive way.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Grateful teaches kids to use this bullying prevention coping skill: 

“The Thank You Game”  

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

1. Stand up straight.

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Act like you just got a wonderful complement, say “Thank You”, and walk away.

4. Repeat as needed.

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.

Saying “Thank You” will never get you into trouble. These are the most powerful words in the English Language.    

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Lucky 

  Lucky tells Bullies and Teasers:

  “It does not cost any extra money to be kind to one another!  

 Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Say in a firm voice, “It does not cost any extra money to be kind to one another!” and walk away.

 4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.

Lucky is too busy studying to let bullies, or mean teasers, get him down!

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Snowflake Asks:   

What Would Frosty Say to a Bully?

“Happy Birthday!”

  Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

1.  Stand up straight.

2.  Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.

3.  Say in a firm voice, “Happy Birthday” and walk away.

4.  Repeat as needed.

5.  Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or teaser.  

Snowflake knows how to freeze out bullying and mean teasing.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline

Stormy 

The Blue Warm Fuzzy

Stormy Uses Honesty:  

“That Makes Me So Sad”   

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye. 

 3. Say, “That makes me so sad”, and walk away. 

4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.     

Stormy states the truth when dealing with a bully, or mean teaser.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


My basket of Warm Fuzzies (Above) for kids to take with them after a session. Each one has a name and a bullying prevention coping skill to teach!

Yellow Sunny 

Sunny says to: 

“Just Be Cool!”   

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Say, “Just Be Cool” and walk away. 

4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Sunny knows he looks cooler than the bully when he uses this coping skill.   

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


 Flame 

Flame Uses: 

“The Hairy Eyeball”  

 Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Lift one of your eyebrows higher than the other one and walk away. 

4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.  

Flame uses the “Hairy Eyeball” as a boundary for the bully, or mean teaser. 

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


 Courage

 Courage Tells Bullies: 

“That’s Not Appropriate” 

 Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.

  3. Say, “That’s Not Appropriate”, and walk away.

 4. Repeat as needed.

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Courage knows it takes a lot of "courage" to stand up to bullies and mean teasers. 

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


    Busy 

Busy Likes To Use:

“The Kooky Comeback”   

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Give a Kooky Comeback such as, “You have great elbows!” smile, and just walk away.

 4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Busy likes to have fun coming up with different bullying prevention!         

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Clever 

Clever is smart and says to the bully: 

You’re smarter than that! 

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Tell them in a calm, but firm voice, “You’re smarter than that!”  Then just walk away. 

4. Repeat as needed.

 5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Clever uses his intelligence to stop bullies and mean teasers.

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Dream 

Dream tells the bully, or mean teaser: 

“Thank You for telling me I am special!”  

She turns a mean tease into a compliment and refuses to hear the bully!

 Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Tell the them in a kind voice,“Thank you for telling me I am special!”

 4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.  

Dream lets everyone know she is special and refuses to listen to negative comments from the bully!  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Peaceful 

Peaceful Smiles and Says: 

“Just Relax and it will be alright!”

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye. 

 3. Say in a calm and peaceful voice, “Just relax and it will be alright!” 

4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Peaceful uses relaxation techniques to stop bullying. 

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Neutral

 Neutral Uses Body Language: 

“Look at the Bully and shake your head!” 

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight.

 2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Use your body language and just shake your head. 

4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   


Being “neutral” means not responding to the bully.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Nervous 

Nervous Likes To:

“Wave The Hand”   

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Lift your hand up and wave to them, then just walk away. 

4. Repeat as needed.

 5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Nervous uses body language to stand up to bullies, or mean teasers.

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


  Creative 

Creative thinks creatively and says: 

“Wow, that is so creative of you!” 

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight.

 2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye. 

 3. Tell them, “Wow, that is so creative of you!” 

4. Repeat as needed.

 5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean  teaser.   

You too can think of creative ways to outsmart  the bully. or mean teaser!   

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Gloomy 

Gloomy asks:

“Are you sad about   something?”   

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill: 

1. Stand up straight. 

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Gently ask them, “Are you sad about something?” 

4. Repeat as needed. 

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.   

Gloomy knows that bullies and mean teasers are just really sad inside.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline


Warm Fuzzy Gift:

“What would Santa say to a 

 mean teaser, or bully?”   

 Answer:  

       “Ho, Ho, Ho!”  

Now, it’s your turn to practice this bullying prevention coping skill:

1. Stand up straight.

2. Look the bully, or teaser, in the eye.  

3. Say in a jolly voice, “Ho, Ho, Ho” and walk away. 4. Repeat as needed.

5. Practice in front of the mirror before using this skill on a bully, or mean teaser.  

Copyright (C) 2018 by Dr. Michelle Stangline

 

      

       

Disclaimer: This website and its content is intended for trained licensed mental health professionals and school certified mental health professionals to use for their clients / students at their own discretion.

*If you ignore the disclaimer above are using these techniques on yourself and you feel any discomfort or upset it is highly suggested that you seek out a licensed  mental health professional immediately.

For any other type of mental health emergency call your local 911 / Police Number immediately.

Dr. Stangline does not offer advice / suggestions to anyone who is not a professional mental health provider, or a student who is studying this field and has questions about mental health programs of study.

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