This Anti-Bullying iPhone Booklet makes a fun activity that helps pupils to think about some of the key issues about bullying.

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Pupils will create an iPhone-shaped booklet in which they write or draw to answer text messages about different issues relating to bullying.

The Powerpoint provided guides you though different discussion points and offers 3 different challenge levels for each question, allowing you to easily adapt this resource for your year group. Then pupils can use the templates provided to create their own antibullying booklets, making an excellent classroom display or handheld project to take home!

This resource includes:
- A full lesson powerpoint including differentiated discussion points
- A resource pack including teacher instructions and templates for the activity.

This is a fun and through-provoking activity easily adapted for KS1, KS2 or KS3!

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    user avatarMrBounce13 days agoreport

    This is such a great idea. Thanks.

  • 5

    Really comprehensive content, and so well-presented too, the 'look' is just right for this age range - thanks