Second Step® Bullying Prevention Unit for Kindergarten–Grade 5

The power to create a positive school climate

Research-based bullying prevention taught in Second Step® Elementary that teachers know and students love. Set a foundation for social and academic success by teaching Second Step Elementary. Then build on those fundamentals with the Bullying Prevention Unit for Grades K–5, with training for all school staff and lessons for students.

Product # 200099

Price $1,239.00


Save $135 when you order the Second Step Bullying Prevention Unit for Kindergarten–Grade 5, which includes:

  • Kindergarten Lesson Notebook
  • Grade 1 Lesson Notebook
  • Grade 2 Lesson Notebook
  • Grade 3 Lesson Notebook
  • Grade 4 Lesson Notebook
  • Grade 5 Lesson Notebook
  • Streaming media for all grades, including online access to lesson photos and videos (also in Spanish for Kindergarten–Grade 3)
  • Online Training for administrators, all staff, and teachers
  • Downloadable Spanish translations of lessons and teaching resources
  • Principal Leadership Guide and training module to support implementation
Lesson Topics


Each lesson takes approximately 30 minutes to teach.

  • Class Rules
  • Recognizing Bullying
  • Reporting Bullying
  • Refusing Bullying
  • Bystander Power


Each lesson takes approximately 30–45 minutes to teach.

  • Class Rules
  • Recognize, Report, Refuse
  • Bystander Power
  • Bystander Responsibility
  • Bystanders to Cyber Bullying

Second Step® Bullying Prevention Unit Scope & Sequence

Bullying Prevention Unit (PDF)

Staff Training

The Bullying Prevention Unit includes training for all staff, with the following online training modules.


Principals and Program Coordinators (45–60 minutes)

  • Understanding the adult/student relationship
  • Understanding and communicating policies and procedures
  • Communicating with families


All School Staff (75–90 minutes)

  • Recognizing bullying
  • Responding to bullying
  • Reporting bullying
  • Making a plan


Teachers and Counselors (45–60 minutes)

  • Exploring the lesson notebook
  • Teaching the lessons
  • Following through
  • Involving families

View a sample scenario from the All-Staff Training, Module 2: Training Demo


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