The Guidance Group Launches New Anti-Bullying Web Site

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The Guidance Group, a leading United States publisher and distributor of anti-bullying materials for children in grades K-12, announces its launch of a new web site with a large selection of products to help teachers, counselors, prevention specialists, law enforcement, and parents stop bullying in schools and everyday life.

Products include printed curriculum, handouts, books, educational games, and live-action DVDs focused on all forms of bullying. Special attention is given to products that show the dangers of cyber bullying which is the fastest growing threat to youngsters. Also included on are free, downloadable resources that can be used at home by parents and at school by teachers to promote a safe, anti-bullying environment.

This easy-to-use web site lets the visitor search for anti-bullying products by the age/grade of the child, the topic (cyber bullying, teasing, etc.), and the type of media (DVD, activity book, etc.). All products are low-cost and 100% guaranteed to be effective by The Guidance Group.

Of special note is a new DVD series featuring Michael Pritchard, an award-winning, nationally recognized counselor and youth advocate. The series, Stepping On Up, is for children in grades 3-5 and has Pritchard interacting with puppets as he and the puppets face difficult bullying situations and find safe, practical answers.

About is a brand of The Guidance Group. The Guidance Group is a publishing company specializing in hands-on materials for drug and violence prevention, character education, life skills, school success, and mental health. Our innovative resources are used by hundreds of thousands of professionals, parents, children, teens, and adults throughout the United States and across the globe.


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