Buzzin' with Kindness
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The story is about ten bees bullying one another while flying around in Mrs. Busy?s classroom. The ten bees are buzzing very loud, shouting at one another, crashing into one another, pushing, shoving, trying to sting the children, and flying around the classroom while Mrs. Busy is teaching. These are not acceptable behaviors. The bees are being rude and are trying to bully one another. All of a sudden, the bees decide being bullies is wrong. Being bullies to one another is not the correct thing to do. The bees decide to be kind, use kind language to one another, use good manners, be polite, and set a good example for the children. Being bullies set a bad example for the children. Mrs. Busy tells the children to behave nicely to one another. She tells the children they should not push, hurt, shove, or bully one another. They need to be thoughtful, kind, and say ?Excuse me? or ?I?m sorry.? Being a bully is not the correct behavior either in school or outside of school or anywhere. Mrs. Busy tells the children to do their best in school and play together nicely as bullying hurts the feelings of others. Mrs. Busy lets the children know they should use only kind words and their indoor voices, they should be good listeners, and they should not punch, kick, shove, hit, spit, and grab one another. Bullying hurts others. The ten bees were wrong to hurt one another. No bullying! Bullying others is not an acceptable behavior. Bullying hurts!
Sophia Domogala, EdD, grew up in Uniondale, Long Island, New York. She graduated with a master of arts degree and a bachelor?s degree in education from Hofstra University, New York, as well as received her doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University, Florida, in educational leadership. She also attended Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey for postgraduate course work in School Law. She served as a banking business consultant and pursued a career in the public education field for twenty years as a special education teacher, elementary school teacher, middle school teacher, principal, and director in the education field. She loves the arts, music, theater, traveling, cooking, and enjoys drawing, oil painting, and sketching.