Wise Owl Bully Stopper Kit
Running Time: 32 minutes total running time
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Kit includes three videos/DVDs and extensive teacher’s guide as well as other kid-friendly components for post-viewing fun and learning. The live-action videos are hosted by a likeable cartoon character, Wise Owl, who encourages young viewers to learn more about what bullying is, and how it can be stopped. Helpful vignettes play out common situations that appeal to young viewers. Also includes three full-color posters for classroom display, a laminated deck of brightly-colored activity cards, various group activities, and an ample pack of Wise Owl stickers for classroom give-away. The activity cards (5-1/2” x 8-1/2”) can be used by the entire class for role-playing and storytelling activities, in small groups or during independent play time. Teacher’s Resource Book is filled with additional student activities, classroom project ideas, worksheets, coloring pages and more.
3 Videos on DVD, 3 Full-Color Posters, Activity Cards, Stickers, teacher's resource book, student activities and pre/post test
Columbus International Film & Video Festival: Honorable Mention
Wise Owl, an animated character, hosts and narrates this live-action series about bullying. I See a Bully teaches viewers how to recognize a bully. In You Can Stop a Bully, children learn three coping techniques. Don't Be a Bully Bystander encourages youngsters to avoid becoming the audience for a bully and to take positive action by helping others employ the coping techniques presented in the previous title. In a series of vignettes, children are shown bullying and being bullied. The series includes an extensive teacher's guide and blackline masters. This straightforward approach to the topic provides important information without overwhelming young children and would be an asset to schools where bully prevention is part of the curriculum.
- Teresa Bateman, Brigadoon Elementary School, Federal Way, WA
School Library Journal