Anti Bullying Craft: Say No To Bullying Ribbon

Bullying is becoming a problem in schools for many children and teens. Saying no to bullying can be tough, and is something that needs to be practiced with children. A visual reminder such as this anti bullying ribbon is a great way to remind kids to take a stand against bullying.

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Making your own anti-bullying ribbon is easy and inexpensive, and is something children can do on their own. Take a peek below at how to make your own anti-bullying ribbon kid’s craft, as it is a wonderful way for children to take the first step in standing against bullying. Take a look!

Say No to Bullying: Anti Bullying Ribbon Kid’s Craft

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Supplies needed: (affiliate links included)

We were able to find all of these items at our local craft store for around $1 each. With these supplies you can easily have enough to do this project with a classroom or large group of children. It is a fun craft you can all enjoy at a great value!

Directions:
1. Begin by taking one cupcake cup and flattening it out into a circle. This will be the top of your anti-bullying ribbon.
2. Cut a 2 inch thick strip of paper. This will be the bottom of your ribbon. Cut a V shape into the ends to give it more shape.
3. Glue the strip of paper to the back side of the cupcake cup. Press it firmly until it has adhered.
4. On the strip, write an anti-bullying slogan. You can write something such as “Say No to Bullying” or “I Promise Never to Bully.” You can even let children make up their own slogans to use. We have a selection of bullying quotes to help you come up with ideas!

To wear your anti bullying ribbons, simply attach them to your shirt with a safety pin or tape. Have a special Anti-Bullying Day or Bully Awareness Day where you wear your ribbons and discuss this important topic. By discussing it, you can begin to change the pattern of it.

Give this anti-bullying craft a try and see how fun and easy it can be to tackle the issue of bullying! What do you do to teach your kids about bullying?

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