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It’s Great to be Me!!
It doesn’t matter if I’m short or tall,
Or maybe my hair is red,
I might wear glasses or be a little plump,
It doesn’t matter what any one said.
Maybe I talk unlike the others,
Or maybe I can’t hear or see,
I may have to wear a brace on my leg,
It doesn’t matter, cause it’s great to be me!
Everyone is different in many ways,
But we are the
same inside too,
We all like to laugh and play and have fun,
It’s all we really want to do!
It’s great to be me I can do many things,
And I know that
you can too,
Why don’t we all join together,
Even the kids who are new.
Let’s celebrate each other’s differences,
Teach others to understand,
That being different is a special gift,
And caring is reaching out a hand.
I may be able to do some things,
That you are unable to do,
But you can
do many other things,
That are special, only from you!
Let’s get together and share,
With others we’ll have lots to see,
We’ll have many friends to play with,
And we’ll all shout- it’s great to be me!
copyright Dana Smith-Mansell
No Power to Bullies
I give no power to bullies,
And this is how it works,
When they start their teasing,
In my head I call them jerks.
As their taunting continues,
I decide to take a stand,
I look them in the eye,
And take the upper hand.
First I tell them “Stop,”
You have no business with
If that doesn’t work,
I safely try to leave.
I try not to show emotion,
Even though I’m trembling
I will not give them the
Of letting them see me cry.
I walk to find a teacher,
Or another caring adult,
I share my story with them,
And hope that they will help.
I learn to walk tall, head
And remember how special
For I can be the first one,
To take power from the bullies’
Dana Smith-Mansell 2005
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A Short Rhyme
Talk, to trusted adults
Walk away safely when you can,
Balk at taunting and teasing,
Against bullying you can
© Dana Smith-Mansell 2005
This little rhyme may help you
remember some things you
can do to help yourself against
Talk. It is very important for you
to talk to a trusted adult.
your parents, aunts, uncles, or any
other grown-up. You
must let others
know what is happening to you. You
have a right to
Walk. If you can do it safely, try to
walk away from the bullies.
have to say anything, just walk away,
and don’t pay attention to anything
they might say. Make
sure you tell a
trusted adult right away.
Balk. By talking to adults who can
help and making sure you help others
who may be bullied, you are saying
“I will not
accept bullying.” “I
am blocking bullying
sure we all are
You have the power
to help stop
Bullying. Talk to your teachers,
parents, and friends. Make sure
your school and
“NO BULLYING.” Be active.
Help yourself and
others. You are
Special AND you
can do it!
Please email me to let me know
what you have done!