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Healthy Bodies – Strong Minds. The ingredients for anti-bullying. Objectives. To explain what self-esteem is and why it is important to for the students to develop self-esteem.

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Healthy bodies strong minds

Healthy Bodies – Strong Minds

The ingredients for anti-bullying


  • To explain what self-esteem is and why it is important to for the students to develop self-esteem.

  • To develop an awareness of positive attributes a person may have and have the students develop an awareness of their own personal positive attributes.  

  • To introduce the idea of using self-esteem as a way to promote positive community and reduce bullying behaviour.

Summary of the lesson
Summary of the lesson

  • Introductions

  • Self-Esteem

  • Big Group Activity

  • Small Group Activity

  • Introspective & Star Activity

  • Summary & WOD for Kids

Self esteem

  • What is self-esteem?

  • Why is self-esteem important?

Self esteem is
Self-Esteem Is…

  • Self-esteem is the concept of valuing yourself and your abilities.

  • Self-esteem involves self-confidence, valuing your beliefs, your thoughts, and your abilities.  

  • Having high self-esteem allows one to be open to others achievements as well.

  • And many of the things you just said!

Group activity
Group Activity

On the board…

What do you think
What do you think…

  • What are sources of self esteem statements?

  • Examples:

    • I am good at soccer.

    • I am funny.

    • I am good at reading.

    • I write good stories.

    • I have lots of friends.

Small groups
Small Groups

Writing activity

Write down on your paper
Write down on your paper…

  • What is something you have done that you are proud of?

  • What is something that you like about yourself?

  • What is a characteristic that you admire in other people?

  • What could you do to develop this characteristic in yourself?

Now share with your group
Now share with your group…

  • Keep conversations positive

  • Support your classmates and friends

  • No pressure! You can keep your reflections to yourself and just listen at this stage.

Bullying discussion questions
Bullying: Discussion Questions

  • Who has heard of somebody being bullied?

  • What does a bully look like?

  • What types of attributes do bullies tend to have?


  •   If you feel good about yourself you are less likely to say or do things that would make other people feel not good – which is what we call bullying.

  • Research shows that improved self-esteem both decreases bullying and helps the victims of bullying do better.

  • Bullying is a significant negative burden in our society through all ages.

Introspective activity
Introspective Activity

  • Think of a time when…

  • Why?