Sometimes parents can have a tough time finding out what really happened in a child bullying situation. Take a few minutes to have your child act out what happened. Ask about the details and say to your child; “I’m going to pretend I’m you and you pretend you are the one doing the mean thing.” You can also have another child play the part of one of the participants.
Another method is to act out what happened with action figures or dolls. You may be surprised how much information you can piece together by having your child do some acting!
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