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640: Safe Living Academy

640: Safe Living Academy

24-page Midi Book -  Measures: 8½" x 5 ¼"
Age: Lower Elementary


Preventing Crime, Bullying, & Accidents with Respect, Honesty, & Kindness

Safetypup® joins the Safe Living Academy Kids in spreading the message of kindness and understanding while learning respect for yourself and others. This booklet helps to teach kids why following rules and having good behavior is important.

The booklet covers vital topics for today's youngsters. These messages are in a fun poem form with an adult lesson guide featured at the bottom of each page. The lesson guide gives adults ideas for further discussion on each of the topic areas.

Topics include: Safe Living: Following Rules and Good Behavior; Personal Responsibility; Avoid Vandalism; Be a Good Role Model; Be Dependable; Respect Authority; Trust Your Feelings; Play Safely; Avoid Cheating; Being Honest; Respect Others' Possessions; Choose Good Friends; Resolve Conflicts; Respect Others; Avoid Gangs; Stay in School; Avoid Peer Pressure; Avoid Shoplifting; Never Bully; Recognize Bullying; Report a Bully; Appreciate Diversity; and Friendship.


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Law enforcement departments across the U.S. provide NCSC safety educational materials and programs free of charge to the citizens of their community. If your local police or sheriff department doesn't currently provide our materials then please encourage them to visit NationalChildSafetyCouncil.org and contact us to learn how they can partner with National Child Safety Council.

 

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