Get ready to learn all about bullies and how to handle them in this fun-filled action card game based on the book, How to be a Bully...NOT!
Object of Game: To become the first player to get four Hero Cards (who stand up to Bullies) and three Good Bystander Cards (who help kids being bullied).
Helps kids learn what bullies do how to stand up to them and what makes a helpful and not helpful bystander.
2-4 Players. Ages 6+
For individual, small group and classroom guidance
Dr. Poppy Moon is an author, illustrator, and awesome elementary school counselor from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She enjoys eating Oreo cookies, drinking Coca-Cola and creating innovative guidance materials that inspire, educate, and motivate. She lives with her husband, two weenie dogs, and three super cool cats.
Also available – How to be a BULLY!...NOT! - Book
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