BULLY NO MORE instructs what to do if children are a bully target, a witness to bullying, and we even address those who are doing the bullying.
Show Title: “Bully No More”
Please call to discuss if your audience has pre-school age children. The content of this program is not targeted for them.
Program Length: Approx. 45 min.
Key Messages: Bullying is wrong. Bullying should not be tolerated, and bullies, bully targets, and those who are witnesses to bullying need to take care of their situations appropriately.
Synopsis: YoJo now has a bullying problem. The problem is that YoJo’s the bully! In fact, YoJo initially uses bully tactics just so he can get laughs from others.
But when YoJo realizes how frightening and harmful bullying can be, he realizes how unfunny his actions have been.
YoJo and the show’s host then review all the important things for kids to do if they are being bullied, a witness to bullying, and we also address those who are doing the bullying, too. These important lessons include …
Standing up to those who bully (given safe circumstances)
NOT making bully situations worse by overreacting or trying to bully back a bully.
Being supportive to those who need help, not those who bully.
Considering the differences between what’s being playful and fun, and what’s harmful and mean.
Including, not excluding, others in groups and activities.
Always talking to a trusted adult about bullying incidents.
Plus much more …
The program concludes when YoJo sees an audience volunteer that is put in an on-stage bullying situation. YoJo responds by putting his arm around the bully target, taking him/her away from the bullying situation, and including him/her involved in a friendly activity.
Great For: Teaching a serious life lesson, but in a very positive and upbeat manner
And just like our other shows …
The BULLY NO MORE assembly also includes a half-dozen free 11″x17″ color posters as a special gift to your school or organization!
BULLY NO MORE YouTube Videos
READ A NEWS ARTICLE regarding a BULLY NO MORE performance when YoJo traveled up to New Jersey during their “Week of Respect.”
Final Note: Most school districts define bullying as being repetitive in nature. If your school regards bullying as being of a single occurrence, too, please let us know beforehand so we can appropriately adjust our content.
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