Anti-Bullying Awareness Activities

Anti-Bullying Awareness Activities

Hello Voki Users!

Most of you may know that October is Bullying Awareness Month. It’s so important to have open and honest conversations around bullying in your classrooms. We’re hoping that some of these resources can help you do just that!

hopeful video

Hopeful (Bullying Song)

This song was rewritten by a boy who had been bullied in the past. This song is heartfelt and catchy. Teachers could print out lyrics and have small groups of students listen to it, read it, analyze it and explain each verse.


Stop Bullying Now Webisodes

These are webisodes starring animals that showcase different kinds of bullying. These webisodes can be shared with students to spark conversation about the actions of the characters in them.

Voki Bullying Scenarios 

voki bullying scenarios

This Voki presentation gives students the chance to wrestle with truly difficult scenarios in which they take on the role as bystander or bully. What do you do if your best friend is bullying someone? Could you be bullying someone  and not realize you are doing it? These are questions this presentation touches upon. We recommend you use this presentation to get your kids moving around the room .  Setup a line down the center of your room  with each end representing an opposing opinion. Students can stand anywhere on the line to show the varying degrees of their opinions about the scenario. Students should engage in a discussion by explaining why they chose their place in the line and what they would do if they were in the given scenario. This is called the Barometer Activity and can be used to spark debate and foster healthy discussion.

brain pop bullying

Brain Pop Jr. Bullying Video

We all know and love Brain Pop! They have videos for everything, including Bullying. Luckily, their Brain Pop Jr. video about bullying is free! Many students are familiar with Annie and Moby and will feel comfortable learning about a difficult topic with two trusted characters.

beat the bully

 Bullying Game

This game allows students to compete in a race by answering bullying questions correctly. Have students play these games individually or as a whole class on a Smartboard.

Let’s make Bullying Awareness month really count!

Until Next Time,


Heather Bio: Heather is the Community Manager at Voki and is part of the Marketing Team at Oddcast.  Before she joined the Voki team, she was a teacher for 7 years!  She has taught in charter, private, and public schools all across NYC. With her teacher hat on, she will create meaningful, engaging, and relevant content that can be implemented in your classrooms.  She is excited to partner with you to engage and educate your students! 

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