Bullying is a big problem kids have to deal with. One of the best ways to decrease bullying is to empower bystanders to do the right thing when they see bullying happen. But a lot of kids don’t know what the right thing to do in that moment is. Sometimes they want to help, but because they don't know what to do, they look on helplessly, which actually reinforces the bully’s behavior because no one tells him to stop and the victim thinks everyone is on the bully’s side. Kids need concrete strategies that they have thought about and planned on doing ahead of time and even practiced a few times so that when they see bullying happening, they know what steps they need to take in order to do the right thing.