We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byXander Dowling
Modified over 2 years ago
Going to the pool
We pack our bag to go to the swimming pool. We include our swimsuit, towel, hairbrush, and shampoo.
When I arrive I check in at the front desk. I wait by my parent while they pay.
I then go with my parent to get dressed in the locker-room. We take our bag and clothes out to the pool with us. The locker room may be noisy.
I shower with my swimsuit on before I get into the pool.
I wait for my teacher or my parent. Before I get in to the pool, they will read the safety rules to me. I will try to listen. I will try to remember them.
I will try to be safe when I am at the pool.
Many people are at the swimming pool. Sometimes it is loud. That is ok.
Sometimes I will hear people laughing or shouting. That is ok, too.
I might hear water moving or splashing.
I might hear a lifeguard blow a whistle. It will be ok.
I will only get in the water with an adult. It feels warm. It feels wet.
It sometimes tickles my skin. That is ok. I will try to get in the water and stand on the bottom of the pool.
My teacher or parent might hold onto me and tell me to “kick”. I will lift my feet off the bottom and kick in the water. This might make the water splash.
I can wipe off my face with my hands if I don’t like the water on my face.
When I get out of the water, the ground around the pool might be wet. The water might make the ground slippery. I will make sure to walk so I don’t fall down.
I can dry off with a towel.
I then can go to the locker room to change into dry clothes. No changing clothes on the pool deck.
There are lots of things to hear at the pool.
There are lots of things to see at the pool.
There are lots of things to feel at the pool.
I will have fun at the pool.
A SWIMMING ROUTINE. Things to bring to the pool: 1.Swimsuit 2.Towel 3.Hair brush 4.Shampoo 5.Tote bag.
When I Go to Swim School. First, we get in the car and drive to Swim School.
I am Special and so is My Body! I am a neat kid! I like lots of things in school. Some of my favorite things are: _________________.
Ms. Amanda My Autobiography. Introduction Born in … North York, Ontario Canada Amanda Hartley January 11 th 1984 About my parents – John and Debbi Hometown.
Being Safe A Port Discovery social story written by, Kori Bardige, MS.Ed. [ Abilities Network ] Project ACT
Cubicles Lockers Crawl Breaststroke Slippery floor Crawl Dive Swimming Langlearn SLT Services Arden College Swimming concept sheet.
Handling Bullying Please visit for information on how to best use this PowerPoint template Please customize.
My visit to Winchester Science Centre. This is a photo of the outside of the Winchester Science Centre building. The white dome is the planetarium. I.
My Trip To The. We will drive to the Center for Children and Families.
Camp Ground Parent Pick Up Dismissal Procedures. Goal Camp Ground students will demonstrate safe, orderly, and appropriate behavior while waiting in the.
Fire drill stories -before drill and take home
My Get Ready Book For Learning to Ski with STRIDE.
I Like to Run. I like to run. It is fun to go fast.
My Get Ready Book For Learn to Snowboard with STRIDE.
Questions, Questions, Questions. I like to ask questions. I can ask questions to learn new things.
How we do things in our classroom…
Swim Meeting. Schedule DayBeforeAfter Monday7-8 am in Weight RoomSH 4-4:30 CM 5-6:30 Tuesday4-5pWR WednesdayCM 6:30-8 AM4-5 SH Thursday4-5 WR Friday7-8.
Going to the Store. It’s time to go to the store! I need to put on my shoes and coat.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.