Positive Pocket Kit

The Positive Pocket Kit was created with the intent to help reduce incidences of bullying, empower and inspire children to work together, to communicate effectively and improve their self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence. This Positive Pocket philosophy serves to remind you that, "YOU Matter and YOU Make a Difference!" Created by Rebecca as she dealt with issues of bullying, low self-esteem, which impacted her self-confidence, Positive Pocket has already proved its effectiveness throughout the country and in other nations, as well. Included in the Kit, students will first see a video of Rebecca as she gives her famous TEDxdelraybeach Live Talk, “What’s in your pocket?” where she shares her story of what happened, how she created Positive Pocket and what she did about it.

Positive Pocket Power Point Presentations:

Lower Elementary School Grades K-3: Bullying and the Positive Pocket
  1. Begins with kids brainstorming their perceptions of what they THINK a bully is. Where do they see bullies?
  2. Defines what a bully is and is NOT.
  3. Identifies the 4 forms of Bullying with examples and non-examples
  4. The importance of telling a trusted adult.
  5. The Story of Positive Pocket
  6. Feelings associated with being bullied
  7. How Positive Pocket worked!


Upper Elementary/Lower Middle School Grades 4-7: Bullying and Self-Esteem
  1. Begins with kids brainstorming their perceptions of what they THINK a bully is. Where do they see bullies?
  2. Defines what a bully is and is NOT.
  3. Identifies the 4 forms of Bullying with examples and non-examples
  4. The importance of telling a trusted adult.
  5. Self-esteem and Self-confidence…what’s your definition?
  6. How to improve your self-esteem…
  7. Positive pocket and how it happened.
  8. Who are Positive Pockets for?
  9. Positive Pocket Class Activity


Upper Middle School and High School Grades 8-12: Bullying
  1. An overview of Rebecca Zerbo and Positive Pocket
  2. Bullying- the definition
  3. Bullying in schools- The Facts
  4. Cyber Bullying
  5. Dating Abuse
  6. Why People Bully
  7. Effects of Bullying
  8. What to do and no to do when dealing with bullies
  9. Supporting Activities

Parents and Positive Pocket

You can use the Positive Pocket Kit with parents too. Perhaps you have a parent night and invite parents and students to be a part of this very special night. Maybe your PTA would like to host the event! Include the Positive Pocket Promise, which will certainly bring about emotion between parents and children and open up lines of communication between the two. Incorporate one or two of the additional Positive Pocket Activities for a truly memorable evening!

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