The Juice Box Bully is the perfect lesson about being an upstander vs a bystander in situations involving bullying. It’s also a great lesson to talk about a safe and welcoming classroom community. This is a book companion for the book, The Juice Box Bully by Maria Dismondy. Use it with the book or visit YouTube to find a read aloud. In addition, the activities can be used without the book as well.
This lesson can be used for Grades K-5, as the activities are differentiated for grades K-2 and 3-5.
This is a great story and activity to talk with students about using their voice to say when something or someone is being hurtful and how to help others when they see bullying.
- Lesson Plan to be used as a book companion to The Juice Box Bully–includes differentiation for grades K-2 and 3-5.
- Warm Up Activity
- Discussion Questions
- Scenarios Activity
- “I Promise” Classroom Activity and Worksheet
- “What I Can Say” Foldable
- T Chart Discussion Worksheet
- I Can Learning Targets Posters
- Aligned to ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors
- Color and Black & White Versions
The Juice Box Bully is a wonderful story about the power of being an upstander and having a safe and caring classroom community.