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- Bullies: What is bullying? - An excellent site from PBS that explains
the different types of bullying, offers advice for handling bullies,
includes names of famous people who have been bullied, and suggests
ways to start anti-bullying programs in schools or organizations.
Recommended for grades 4 and up.
- Kids' Turn
- Almost half of all kids in the United States have divorced
or separated parents. Kids' Turn is a website that helps kids
learn about divorce and, hopefully, feel better about it, too.
Read what other kids feel about divorce. Play games and do activities
to help you express your feelings and learn about divorce. See
the artwork of other children whose parents are divorced. Read
answers to frequently asked questions, including, "Do my
parents still love me?" and, "If I'm good, will they
get back together again?" Recommended for grades K-5.
- The Police Notebook - Offers advice on how to use the Internet safely.
Also includes information for keeping safe when you're home alone,
at the park, meet a strange animal, get in an accident, get lost,
receive a prank call, and more. Recommended for Grades Kindergarten
- 4, but good site to browse through even if you're older.
- Stop bullying now! - Information, cartoon "webisodes" and
games to help kids understand and stop bullying. From the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services.
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