It can help to recognise bullying by breaking down ways that it can occur.
These worksheets focus on two types of common so-called ‘humor’ bullying:
Neither humor type is intended to make the victim feel good about themselves. They are meant to leave the victim with a negative feeling. Some can be gentler, but the serious pranks and on-going sarcasm directed to the one person can be very wearying and is bullying.
Often, when the curriculum focuses on the elements, they are called out when they occur in the school yard or workplace.
So, think about introducing them in to your curriculum. They can then be called out – before they do any damage.