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Record your family's safety rules on an eye-catching poster to help everyone remember what it takes to be safe!
Sometimes it's hard to remember your family's safety rules. With your family, talk about what your family does to stay safe. These are some possible topics: swimming rules, electrical safety, fire prevention, how to ride in a car, wearing bicycle or skateboard helmets, taking medicines, sandbox safety.
On colorful craft paper, cut out several of your favorite shapes with Crayola® Scissors. What words or symbols help you remember your family's safety rules? Could a picture of two people swimming remind you to swim with an adult? Might a seat belt jog your memory to buckle up every time? What symbol would tell you to be safe online? Some famous symbols, such as Mr. Yuck, remind us "It may look pretty, it may smell good, but before I taste, I need to ask if I should."
Use Crayola Gel Washable Markers to draw and color your shapes with symbols or pictures of your family's safety rules. You may even want to make several posters, one for each activity!
On a large piece of construction paper, write a title for your poster. Attach the rule symbols with a Crayola Glue Stick. Decorate your poster around the shapes. Hang your Family Safety Rules Poster in a place where you're sure to see it!
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