Anti-bullying skit performed during 'Respect for All Week' at P.S. 280

The non-profit group “Making Books Sing” performed for third-graders in Norwood.

The non-profit group “Making Books Sing” performed for third-graders in Norwood. (2/12/14)

THE BRONX - Bronx kids at one Norwood school are having a blast while learning important life lessons as part of “Respect for All Week.”  

The New York City non-profit group “Making Books Sing” put on an anti-bullying skit for third-graders at P.S. 280 Wednesday, teaching them about why bullying can be hurtful, and what they can do to stop it.

The play is also interactive and incorporates humor to keep kids’ attention. 

The anti-bullying skit began back in 2010. Organizers say that since then, it's reached more than 12,000 students in all five boroughs. 

For extended video of the anti-bullying skit, watch the clip to the left or click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 

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