Pushing and shoving someone doesn't make you cool.
It makes you the fool . . . kidswonderart
As parents we want to protect our children as best we can and having young school age children it is important that we become involved in anti-bullying.
Kindergarteners through college students, and even adults, are affected every day with a form of bullying. As adults we can speak out most times, but children are afraid to say anything.
Be Creative and Express Yourself
Children's creativity is a way for them to express themselves and communicate with others. They can share their thoughts in the form of drawings, collages, or words.
The kids feel less intimidated when they can be creative and this outlet can be effective in making children aware they are not alone.
Anti-Bully Issues For Campaign
Having the kids involved in any campaign helps them learn how to communicate and be compassionate. Here are a few ideas to help the kids get started when creating their artwork, collage, or poem.
What are the signs of bullying? Younger children may not realize they are being bullied or abused.
Encourage students to be supportive of each other.
Kids helping kids - make all children aware they are not alone.
Share the Art Project
Share the Art Project is our way of showcasing children's artwork. Pease join our anti-bullying campaign and send in the original art your students or children have made. We will be proud to feature it in our gallery.
It's easy to do. (1) Include the child's first name only, age, city or state/country, and a title of the picture if possible.
(2) Take a photograph of the work and upload it to your computer.
Click here to send the artwork to us via email.
Please be sure to attach the photo to the email before you hit send. We look forward to hearing from you.
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