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Card Game: How to be a Bully......NOT!

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).

  • Find out: what bullies do, how to stand up to bullies and what makes a helpful and not helpful bystander.
  • Race against your opponents to get rid of all the bullies and bystanders in your hand
  • ask and answer questions about bullying.
  • Watch for the “Swap,” card which allows you to take a card from another players’ hand.

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

Author Bio:

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

 

Card Game: How to be a Bully......NOT!

Author: Youthlight

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