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Even if a child is not directly involved in bullying, they may be contributing to the behavior. Witnessing the behavior may also the child, so it is important for them to learn when they see bullying happen. Roles kids play when they witness bullying include:

The roles kids play in bullying are not limited to those who bully others and those who are bullied. Some researchers talk about the "circle of bullying" to define both those directly involved in bullying and those who actively or passively assist the behavior or defend against it. Direct roles include:

The Roles Kids Play There are many roles that kids can play


   We get that question at least a few times a week here in the KidsPlay office and I often struggle with my response. It's hard to explain how KidsPlay works in just one or two sentences. Even with careful editing, it takes at least 6 sentences and 112 words:

  KidsPlay is a group of 24 talented, dependable, and trustworthy coaches dedicated to making sports fun and interesting for kids.

  We’re a company that believes that it’s more productive for young athletes to focus on long-term goals (learning, developing skills, having fun playing sports, etc.) than short-term results on a scoreboard.
  KidsPlay creates a healthy environment for kids to learn to play sports. There are no politics, confrontations, suspensions, or physical and verbal abuse in KidsPlay. Since our inception in 1991, it has been our mission to serve the best interests of every child in our program.

  We teach young athletes ages 3-12 to honor the game by playing hard, playing fair, and playing together.

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There are many roles that kids can play. Kids can bully others, they can be bullied, or they may witness bullying. When kids are involved in bullying, they often play more than one role. Sometimes kids may both be bullied and bully others or they may witness other kids being bullied. It is important to understand the multiple roles kids play in order to effectively and to bullying.

Most kids play more than one role in bullying over time. In some cases, they may be directly involved in bullying as the one bullying others or being bullied and in others they may witness bullying and play an assisting or defending role. Every situation is different. Some kids are both bullied and bully others. It is important to note the multiple roles kids play, because: