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art illustration Jason NAYLOR jasonnaylor jnay NAYLOR When I was young I thought brave meant going as fast as possible on my bicycle or jumping off even more stairs on my rollerblades. Later in life bravery meant having the confidence to walk up to a girl and talk to her. That was even scarier than the steepest of hills or the longest of stairwells... Now BRAVE means standing up for what I believe in telling people how I feel and being vulnerable with clients and colleagues. And that can be even
art illustration Jason NAYLOR jasonnaylor jnay NAYLOR For this weeks #goodtypetuesday its all about style and my style relies on a full spectrum of color and variation in letter shapes colors gradients and patterns. My work is focused on messages of kindness love and positivity and using variation and color I am able to bring those feelings out with an explosive and festive attitude. I like to use a maximalist design because my messages are not passive they are proud and confident! And I love to
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art illustration Jason NAYLOR jasonnaylor jnay NAYLOR I was in 10th grade when I started listening to Biggie. It was the best thing I had ever heard in my life ha! Wise words from a talented man. RIP #biggiesmalls and I could not agree more with the words. IT IS THE BROOKLYN WAY!!! Spread Love!! Art by Jason Naylor jason jason naylor naylor art
How to Prevent Bullying of Kids | Looking for ways to stop bullying? Whether you’re the parent or teacher of special needs kids, elementary school kids, teens in middle school, or high school students, we’re sharing 9 tips to teach you how to prevent bullying of kids with autism and other developmental disorders as well as 15 inclusive, team building anti-bullying activities to help educate, protect, and empower our youth!
We recommend asking your students to journal about topics related to anti-bullying. As kids write and reflect on how they can better foster acceptance in the classroom, they’ll become more prepared to recognize bullying when it first starts to happen—and they’ll be ready to actively work against it. Here are 10 effective anti-bullying journal prompts to use with your students.
These bullying prevention activities for kids will help your teach you students what bullying is and how to be an upstander. These are great for bullying prevention month or to build a positive school community. These can be used in individual, small group or classroom school counseling lessons. They can also be used with targets or perpetrators of bullying or relational aggression.