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TEKS Kinder: Explain appropriate water safety rules such as never swim alone, never run around pools, look before you jump, enter feet first, and know.

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1 TEKS Kinder: Explain appropriate water safety rules such as never swim alone, never run around pools, look before you jump, enter feet first, and know the role of the lifeguard. (K.5D) Explain appropriate reactions during emergencies in physical activities such as staying calm, following adult directions, and getting help. (K.5E) Safety Kinder. 1 K5

2 TEKS 1 st Grade: Describe the importance of protective equipment in preventing injury such as helmets, elbow/knee pads, wrist guards, proper shoes, and clothing. (1.5B) Describe how to protect himself/ herself from harmful effects of the sun. (1.5C) List water safety rules and demonstrate simple extension and rescue. (1.5D) Describe and demonstrate appropriate reactions to emergency situations common to physical activity settings such as universal safety precautions and calling 911. (1.5E) Safety 1 st Grade. 2 K5

3 TEKS 2 nd Grade: Select and use appropriate protective equipment in preventing injuries such as helmets, elbow/knee pads, wrist guards, proper shoes, and clothing. (2.5B) List the effects the sun has on the body and describe protective measures such as sunscreen, hat, and long sleeves. (2.5C) Identify/list water safety rules and describe their importance. (2.5D) Identify safe cycling and road practices. (2.5E) Describe appropriate reactions to emergency situations common to physical activity settings such as universal safety precautions and dialing 911. (2.5F) Safety 2nd Grade 3 K5

4 TEKS 3 rd Grade: Identify and apply safety precautions when walking, jogging, and skating in the community such as using sidewalks, walking on the left side of the street when facing traffic, wearing lights/reflective clothing, and be considerate of other pedestrians. (3.5C) Identify exercise precautions such as awareness of temperature and weather conditions and need for warm-up and cool-down activities. (3.5D) 4 th Grade: Use equipment safely and properly. (4.5A) Select and use proper attire that promotes participation and prevents injury. (4.5B) Describe and apply safety precautions when cycling and skating. (4.5C) Analyze potential risks associated with unsafe movement and improper use of equipment. (4.5D) Safety 3 rd – 4 th Grade 4 K5

5 TEKS 5 th Grade: Use equipment safely and properly. (5.5A) Select and use proper attire that promotes participation and prevents injury. (5.5B) Describe the importance of taking personal responsibility for reducing hazards, avoiding accidents and preventing injuries during physical activity such as cycling. (5.5C) Identify potentially dangerous exercises and their adverse effects on the body. (5.5D) Safety 5 th Grade 5 K5

6 6 Kindergarten: What are the key steps to follow during an emergency? Why is it important to stay calm in an emergency? Why are safety rules needed around water? 1 st Grade: Why is it important to protect yourself from the sun? Why is it important to stay calm in an emergency? 2 nd Grade: Why is it important to know the key steps to follow during an emergency? Why is it important to have water safety rules? K2

7 7 3 rd Grade: How do safety precautions differ depending on the activity? Why is it important to warm up and cool down when exercising? Why is it important to apply safety precautions when walking, jogging or skating in the community? 4 th Grade: How do safety precautions and safety equipment differ depending on the activity? How can you prevent injuries during physical activity? 5 th Grade: How do safety precautions and safety equipment differ depending on the activity? Why is it important to wear safety equipment? How can you prevent injuries during physical activity? 3-5

8 8 K5 Emergency - a situation that need immediate assistance Panic - to not think realistically Calm - to stay relaxed Protection - to prevent from harm Harmful effects – causing injury or damage to the body Sunscreen – a lotion that contains substances (SPF) to prevent sunburn or skin cancer Sun block – a lotion that prevents tanning as well as sunburns Injury - getting hurt Lifeguard - a person in charge of safety at a pool, lake, or ocean

9 9 K5 Pedestrian - a person who is walking Reflective - light, visible, glow-in-dark clothing Hand signals - use of the arms and hands to allow others to determine the direction of travel Crosswalk - a safe place to cross the street Risk - the possibility of danger Strain - to injure or push to the limit of injury Hazard - a danger Prevent - to stop from doing Obey - follow the rules

10 Emergency Safety Get help! Stay calm. (Don’t panic.) Follow the adult’s instructions K

11 Emergency Safety K What are the key steps to follow during an emergency? Why is it important to stay calm in an emergency?

12 Sun Facts 1 Supports life on Earth Helps your body produce Vitamin D Gives off dangerous ultraviolet rays Too much exposure may cause sunburn.

13 Sun Protection! UMBRELLA SHADE TREE Wear Light-colored clothes Drink WATER SUN BLOCK Sunglasses Hat 1

14 Sun Protection! 1 Why is it important to drink water? Drink water so that you do not get dehydrated. Dehydration = Your body does not have enough water to keep it working right 80% of a person’s body is made of water

15 1 Are you dehydrated? Feeling lightheaded or dizzy Fast heartbeat Dry lips or mouth Really sweaty and red faced Dry lips or mouth Not having to go to the bathroom

16 Sun Protection! 1 Why is it important to protect yourself from the sun?

17 Water Safety! Never swim alone Walk by the pool You should always wear a life jacket when you are in a boat (especially around the ocean, lakes, rivers, etc.). Look before you jump! Jump feet first! Follow the lifeguard’s rules. Learn to swim 2

18 How can you help someone in trouble! Water Safety! 2 Go for help!

19 Water Safety! 2 Why is it important to have water safety rules?

20 Safe place to cross the street… Corner Crosswalk Traffic light Pedestrian Safety! 4

21 Before you cross a street… Pedestrian Safety 4 Look left Look left again. Look right Look over your shoulder

22 Pedestrian Safety 4 Walk on the sidewalk when they are available. Crossing in the middle of the block is called Jaywalking. Jaywalking is against the law. Wear reflective clothing while walking at night. Reflective-Ansi-Cl2-Lv-Safe-Bike-Riding-Gear-/

23 Pedestrian Safety 4 Why is it important to apply safety precautions when walking, jogging or skating in the community?

24 Exercise Safety! Wear safety equipment helmet while riding a bike or batting a baseball 4 Drink water before, during and after aerobic activity to prevent from overheating and dehydration.

25 Wear tennis shoe to prevent foot and ankle injuries. Exercise Safety! Tuck your chin during a forward roll in gymnastics class to prevent neck injuries.

26 Warm up before you exercise to reduce chance of muscle injuries. Avoid bouncing when you stretch. This could cause you to tear your muscle. Exercise Safety!

27 Bend your knees when performing curl-ups to prevent straining your back. Exercise Safety!

28 4 How do safety precautions and safety equipment differ depending on the activity? How can you prevent injuries during physical activity?

29 Bicycle Safety 4 Wear reflective clothing. Reflective-Ansi-Cl2-Lv-Safe-Bike-Riding-Gear-/ Obey traffic signs. Check brakes and tires before you ride.

30 Use hand signals Bicycle Safety

31 Always Wear a Bicycle Helmet Bicycle Safety

32 Pay attention to cars coming in and out of driveways while riding on a sidewalk. Ride on the right side of the road with the direction of traffic.

33 Bicycle Safety 4 How do safety precautions and safety equipment differ depending on the activity? Why is it important to wear safety equipment? How can you prevent injuries during physical activity?

34 34 Kindergarten: What are the key steps to follow during an emergency? Why is it important to stay calm in an emergency? Why are safety rules needed around water? 1 st Grade: Why is it important to protect yourself from the sun? Why is it important to stay calm in an emergency? 2 nd Grade: Why is it important to know the key steps to follow during an emergency? Why is it important to have water safety rules? K2 Review

35 35 3 rd Grade: How do safety precautions differ depending on the activity? Why is it important to warm up and cool down when exercising? Why is it important to apply safety precautions when walking, jogging or skating in the community? 4 th Grade: How do safety precautions and safety equipment differ depending on the activity? How can you prevent injuries during physical activity? 5 th Grade: How do safety precautions and safety equipment differ depending on the activity? Why is it important to wear safety equipment? How can you prevent injuries during physical activity? 3-5 Review

36 36 K5 Emergency - a situation that need immediate assistance Panic - to not think realistically Calm - to stay relaxed Protection - to prevent from harm Harmful effects – causing injury or damage to the body Sunscreen – a lotion that contains substances (SPF) to prevent sunburn or skin cancer Sun block – a lotion that prevents tanning as well as sunburns Injury - getting hurt Lifeguard - a person in charge of safety at a pool, lake, or ocean

37 37 K5 Pedestrian - a person who is walking Reflective - light, visible, glow-in-dark clothing Hand signals - use of the arms and hands to allow others to determine the direction of travel Crosswalk - a safe place to cross the street Risk - the possibility of danger Strain - to injure or push to the limit of injury Hazard - a danger Prevent - to stop from doing Obey - follow the rules


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