A child goes up to another child and grabs him by the shirt. He then forces the child to give him his lunch, his money, do his homework, or other action with the threat he will be hurt if he does not. What would the best thing to do be?
Ignore the bully - as long as you don't get involved you'll be fine.
ignore the situation and don't get personally involved ... however you will tell a teacher so they aware of the situation
A child is not as good at something as her peers. She has trouble jumping rope, or playing hopscotch, or he cannot catch a ball well. Another child shouts out to that child “Can’t you do anything?” or begins to make up songs that spotlight the inability.What is the best thing to do?
Join in the rambunctious chanting and upset the person being bullied.
support the person being bullied and make him/her feel better about themselves.
Children are playing in a group. Little Suzie is sitting alone because the other girls won’t play with her. In Suzie’s mind the teachers are not doing anything to make things better so she changes how she thinks about things as she sits by herself. Suzie begins to withdraw into her own little world.
be Suzies friend and make her happy and basically let er know she isn't alone in the world
bully her more and make her feel really bad about herself