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2 Prevention of Home accidents Road Safety rules School Safety rules Causes of Home accidents
4 Carelessness Haste Untidy Faulty equipment
5 The man is using wet hands to connect plugs with socket Mother holding the baby, talking on the phone and cooking
6 An untidy bedroom. Many things are scattered around A messy living room
7 Haste makes waste Running carelessly on wet floor result in an injury or fracture
8 Use of faulty equipment is dangerous. This can create spills and fires. A faulty toasterA faulty blender
9 Click to Crossword Test your knowledge at your own pace! Next
Avoid slippery floors Proper Lighting No frayed electric wires 10
11 Clear ways and passages No rubbish on the floor No liquid on the floor Medicines keep out of children
Click to Matching Exercise Race against time. You have only 3 minutes! Some important points to prevent home accidents Next
13 Take care of yourself
14 Walk on right-hand side of the road Do not walk more than two side by side Always cross at traffic lights or where there is a policeman or zebra crossing
15 Be alert Never cross the road at back of lorries and buses Do not play on the roads
16 Wear white or pale coloured clothes at night Avoid dark dressesPrefer bright dresses
17 Link to Blog Feel free to add your comments and queries on the blog! Safety on the Road Next
18 Know where you are Get to know the people around you Get to know the rules of the school Keep yourself out of trouble Follow all safety rules during practical classes
19 Link to blog Feel free to add your comments and queries on the blog! Safety at School Next
20 Click to Quiz Activity Trigger your mind. You have 10 minutes! Safety at home, at School and on the Road Next
21 Thank you for your attention End
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