Children deserve to play and learn in safe environments. The earlier children understand safety concepts, the more naturally they will de¬velop the attitudes and respect that lead to lifelong patterns of safe behavior. Support children as they begin to incorporate actions into their lives that make them feel more secure and learn about pedestrian safety, seat belt use, fire and burn prevention, weapons avoidance, poisoning prevention, and tobacco and alcohol awareness.
The curriculum includes
Overviews of the six safety topics
Suggested interest area materials and supports for creating the learning environment
Learning objectives and vocabulary words to introduce and use
Suggestions for evaluating children’s understanding of each topic
More than 30 hands-on classroom activities
Family information and take-home activities
This book is part of the Growing, Growing Strong series, a whole-health curriculum for children age three though kindergarten. Together, the books provide a complete set of activities and resources to help you support children’s growth and wellness.
|Series:||Growing, Growing Strong Series|
|Product dimensions:||13.20(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Connie Jo Smith: Connie Jo Smith serves as the administrator for a ten-county child care resource and referral agency. She holds a doctoral degree in instructional technology and distance education and has an education specialist's degree focusing on curriculum instruction for young children.
Charlotte M. Hendricks: Charlotte M. Hendricks is a certified health education specialist and president and founder of Healthy Childcare Consultants, Inc. She has been promoting health education for young children, parents, and teachers for more than thirty years. She completed her doctoral degree in health and safety at Indiana University.
Becky S. Bennett: Becky S. Bennett is the director for the career services center at Western Kentucky University. She provides workshops in the areas of technology, career planning, and social and emotional development. Dr. Bennett holds a doctoral degree in instructional technology and distance education and a master's degree in counselor education.
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