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Share Your Team Spirit

How will your team participate in the Run Walk Roll to create a world without bullying? Ideas include:

  • Take photos of your team in action
  • Wear attire with a theme
  • Design a banner which everyone signs
  • Create your own cheer or song to signify why you are participating
  • Distribute awards for every milestone reached
  • Encourage each other to do your best
  • Hold conversations about how to be kinder, more accepting and inclusive
  • Participate in "Every Step You Take" (see below)

Lead an Activity! Every Step You Take

Make and display individualized footprints to visually show the cumulative effect that every step has in uniting individuals along the path for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. ​This is a great activity to use in your classroom, entire school, community group, or business.

  • PAPER: Choose from anything you have readily available, such as construction paper, card stock, poster board, or the backs of old file folders. Generally, size 8 ½” x 11” works best.
  • PENCILS: Ideal for tracing the outline of a participant’s own footstep as the lines are less likely to show.
  • SCISSORS: Use to cut-out the “step.”
  • PENS, CRAYONS, or MARKERS: Perfect for recording the ​participant’s action on their “step.”
  1. After participants complete a specific distance; such as once around the school track, a mile, or other goal, provide everyone with materials from above list. 
  2. Ask team members to trace their footstep(s).
    • Or, instead of tracing footstep, use a foot or shoe template.
  3. Cut out the footstep(s).
  4. Finish the statement "I run walk roll (because/for/to) ...." writing the response inside the cut out(s).
  5. Each participant puts their name or initial under the action (optional).
  6. Collect the “steps.”
  7. Post all the steps, creating a collective path of the individual footsteps on a hallway floor or wall, in the classroom, or even on each riser on a stairway. 
  8. Set a cumulative goal for the group, with each "footstep" showing progress.
  9. When the goal is reached, be sure to celebrate!


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