PEC: Bulletin Boards for Physical Education

Title of Bulletin Board: NO BULLY ZONE

Category: Bullying

Suggested Grade Level: 6-8

Materials: Packet of materials from teacher supply store, blue border, yellow paper, blue and yellow lettering, markers, colored paper


I created this bulletin board for my health class at UNCW. It is based on the 8th grade objectives from the NCSCOS for relationships/bullying/gangs/appropriate behavior standard. The board features some punch-outs from a packet of materials I purchased at the teacher supply store in Wilmington. "Beyond Bullying", "What is Bullying?", "How Can I Prevent Bullying?", and "Do I Ever Bully?" are all part of the packet I bought and then the "Bully Brainstorm" idea web came along with it too but I filled out words/blurbs on what bullying is and what to do and just related words/ideas (gossip, don't stand back, stand up, be a friend, be open-minded to others, etc). I then printed out key words for the different forms of bullying, such as "physical", "social", "emotional", "high tech", and "homophobic". I then added a picture which I printed and then pasted a red sign over it, giving the message to not bully.


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Submitted by Shelby Stamets in Wilmington, NC. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 11/12/2009 7:46:00 AM. Viewed 13523 times since 11/11/2009.

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Hi! I know this post is older, but I absolutely love your bulletin board. I would like to create something similar for our school, for our anti-bullying kick off at the end of the month. What was the name of the packet that you have purchased and any ideas if it's still around? I love how colorful and eye-catchy it is. Thanks!