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Youth & Children's Parties

Youth Party Information:

Art Expression Bullying Program

Some feelings and perceptions are best expressed through art, and these activities encourage the exploration of bullying using creative approaches.

Campaign Poster 5/5 (2)

Summary: Groups work together to come up with a slogan and a poster to remind others not to bully

Target grades: 4th and above

Minimum time needed: 40 minutes

Materials: poster boards; art supplies

Connection to bullying: Slogans and posters can remind others not to bully

Activity instructions:

Divide participants into groups and assign each a poster board. Ask participants to think about what would get attention while walking through the hallway, and to create something that catches a passerby’s eye and also makes them think twice about bullying or hurting others. First, the group decides on a slogan that supports non-bullying behavior. Give some examples, like: “It Hurst To Bully” “Spread the Love” etc. Next, groups decorate their posters, with their slogan written on it, to display in the room or hallway.

Discussion questions:

  • Why did you choose to create your poster the way you did?

  • Did you base if off ideas or experiences that you have had in the past?

  • What is the overall message of the poster? What do you want people to think when they see it?


24.99 Per Child 11 Child Minimum


Off-site events require the host/venue provide adequate tables, set up is 1 hour prior to the event. Parties can also be held in the studio.

  • Please contact us to discuss details of your event.

  • There is a 10 painter minimum for children at Youth Parties.

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