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1 By Group I, Tyese Marshall, Emily Sexton, Sarah Carroll, Lauren Allen, Shamika Momport

2  So have your parents, nana/grandmother, or some trusted adult ever told you to stay away from hot stoves?  Why do you think these adults said this to you?  Has a teacher ever told you to use walking feet when you were running?  Why do you think your teacher said this to you?

3  What does “safety” or “safe” mean?  Safety means safe from danger, which means protection from harm, loss or damage. You are protected You are secure  Our parents, teachers and community helpers such as trusted adults like doctors, crossing guards and firemen make us feel safe and secure.

4  There are many kinds of safety rules you will talk about at school and at home. Here are just a few: Pedestrian--How we cross the street, Pet-- We must be careful in how we approach strange animals; Fire- - Call 911! Bicycle - - We must wear a helmet, Water - - Rules for the swimming pool; and Strangers - - People we don’t know!

5  We may be in “danger” if we talk to strangers, (someone we don’t know).  “Danger” means something or someone may hurt, harm or injure you;  You are “unsafe”—when you’re unsafe, you may feel sad, confused, scared, afraid or uneasy  Strangers can look like anybody- thy can be nice and even pretty- they don’t have to look like monsters, (like we see in picture books or on TV).

6  To keep ourselves safe, we must make good “decisions” (which means choices) and follow our safety rules which adults will always tell us; however, it is our choice to follow them.  Remember: The rules are different when I am with an adult who is taking care of me and when I am on my own. When I am on my own, my job is to check first with the adult in charge before I let a stranger get close to me, talk to me, or give me anything.  Here are some safety rules to remember:  I do not give personal information to a stranger or to someone who makes me feel uncomfortable.  It is OK to get help from trusted adults in the case of an emergency  If a stranger tries to talk, touch or grab me: Say NO! Run, yell and tell a trusted adult.

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