A boy shoves another boy into a locker.
Adapted from bullyingcanada.ca; thebullyproject.com;
and The Vancouver Sun by Nila Gopaul
Bullying happens when a person or people
hurt or scare another person,
again and again.
Bullying is wrong.
Bullies want to make a person feel small and powerless.
Here are four examples of bullying:
Photo: Roots of Empathy Program
A student learns from a ‘Tiny Teacher’ in the Roots of Empathy Program
Information adapted from Roots of Empathy Program
by Nancy Carson
Roots of Empathy (ROE) is a school program.
It educates the mind and the heart.
The program is for children from Kindergarten to Grade Eight.
ROE is about “emotional literacy”. It teaches important life skills.
Read the PDF. Try the exercise.
Watch a video on the program.
A boy washing dishes
Adapted from The Vancouver Sun
Chores are small jobs around the house,
such as washing dishes and doing laundry.
Chores are part of family life.
Studies show that doing chores
helps children to become
more successful adults.
Read the PDF.
Try the Exercise.
What parents can do:
Show children how to do a chore. Later, they can do it without your help.