About Bullyng features interactive games and quizzes for children and teens.
Boys tend to be more active and more aggressive than girls. This resource from PBS takes a look at boy agression, the role media has in boy violence, and what parents can do.
Bullying is a common experience for many children and adolescents. Surveys indicate that as many as half of all children are bullied at some time during their school years, and at least 10% are bullied on a regular basis.
From the US Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Service Administration, this guide lists the characteristics of children who bully and helps parents deal with a child who bullies.
“Fight Crime: Invest in Kids…America must cut the pipeline that funnels young people into lives of crime and violence. We take a hard-nosed look at research on what keeps kids from becoming criminals and put that information in the hands of policy-makers and the public.”
According to the AAP statement, exposure to and the influence of media violence directly correlates to violent behavior.
Features daily news, organizations, publications, a Spanish version of the site, and a super multimedia department where viewers can check out webcasts, webinars, videos, and PowerPoint presentations. The also have fact sheets and posters available to download for free.
Cited by the American Academy of Pediatrics as one of the most effective intervention models, this program targets bullies, victims and bystanders.
Understand how repeated exposure to violent media has been shown to cause aggressive behavior in kids.
Learn what makes kids violent and get resources to change violent behavior.
Ways to prevent and correct aggressive behavior in kids and teens.
Understand why gangs appeal to some kids.
Learn the role of law enforcement in preventing gang violence.
Parents and teachers can work together to combat gangs.
Ways to help your school decrease student violence.
Helpful tips to teach your kids tolerance.
This quick-reference card gives parents useful tips-at-a-glance and is sponsored by COPS (Community Oriented Policing Services), the FBI, and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Describes what bullying is, its effects, how to report it to other parents, and what to do if your child is being bullied. Provided by the US Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Service Administration.