Schools are taking the fight against bullying seriously these days. Help your students understand more about this difficult topic with these anti-bullying posters, bulletin board sets, and classroom incentives like pencils and stickers. They’ll help to keep the message fresh in kids’ minds, reminding them it’s always better to be kind.

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1. 4 Types of Bullying Poster

Bullying Posters 4 Types

Remind students that bullying can happen in a variety of ways. This 17″x22″ poster is laminated for durability. 

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2. Chalkboard Bullying Posters 6-Pack

The chalkboard style of these bullying posters is fun but effective. Each is 14″x19″ and you get all six in the set.

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3. Horton Hears a Who Bully-Free Zone Banner

Bullying Posters Seuss

Hang this big banner (12″x45″) in the hallway or over your school’s front door to make it clear that bullies aren’t welcome here.

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4. Anti-Bullying Pledge Cards

Example of anti-bullying pledge cards

After spending some time talking about the concept, have each student sign an anti-bullying pledge card. Hang them on a bulletin board to remind kids of their promise every day.

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5. Anti-Bullying Pinback Buttons

Pass out these anti-bullying buttons as classroom incentives or as part of your school campaign. There are a variety of other options available, too.

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6. Am I Being a Bully? Sign

Sometimes, kids don’t even see their own bullying behavior. This aluminum 7″x10″ sign can help them recognize the patterns and start the process of learning to be kind instead.

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7. End Bullying Pencils, 50-Pack

Set of colorful pencils with anti-bullying slogans

These anti-bullying pencils serve as a constant reminder for kids that bullying behavior is never okay. Hand them out to your whole class as part of your discussion on the topic.

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8. Everyone Has a Chance to Make a Difference Banners

Bullying Posters Chance

Anti-bullying messages don’t always have to address the topic head-on. Messages about being kind and brave are just as important, and these big banners do a great job making those points.

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9. Anti-Bullying Slogan Stickers, 10 Sheets

Bullying Posters Stickers

Every kid loves stickers! These come in 10 sheets of 12 stickers each, for a total of 120 stickers with clever anti-bullying slogans and images.

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10. Be Kind Vinyl Wall Decal

Bullying Posters Decal

This vinyl wall decal would be terrific behind your desk or across the top of your whiteboard. It removes easily, so there are no worries about damaging school walls.

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11. Toss and Talk About Anti-Bullying Ball

Toss this ball from student to student. Wherever their thumb lands when they catch it, have them read the question and then discuss it as a class.

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12. THINK Before You Post Poster

Cyber bullying poster telling kids to think before they post

The THINK acronym is useful online or in-person. Encourage your students to really give some thought to what they say and how they say it with this 17″x22″ laminated poster.

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13. Anti-Bullying Sticker Roll

This roll of 100 anti-bullying stickers is a real bargain. Hand out stickers to students as you finish up a unit on bullying and kindness.

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14. Anti-Bullying Silicone Bracelets

Sport a trendy silicone bracelet to show your support for a “no bullies allowed” culture at your school. They come in sets of 24 with six varying slogans.

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Looking for more ways to create a positive school culture? Learn How to Start a Bullying Prevention Program at Your School.

Plus, What’s the Difference Between Meanness and Bullying at School?