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Organize ideas about travel, home, weather, and school safety in a colorful web.
Organize students at a central place in the classroom such as the reading rug. Open a discussion about safety. What do you do to stay safe? Think of precautions you take at home, when you travel, during stormy weather, around water, and in other situations. With classmates, students make a list of safety tips with Crayola® Washable Markers. Encourage groups to categorize their ideas.
On poster board, students write a title for their thought diagram, such as Safety Web. Draw a circle in the middle of the sheet, and sketch a healthy, happy person in the circle.
Draw a web with branches from the circle that lead to more circles, which are titled with the safety categories the group identified. Draw pictures of each place in those circles.
In the next level of branching circles, students illustrate specific safety techniques such as car seats for transportation and smoke detectors for homes.
Groups present their posters to small groups of classmates.
As a whole class, discuss the best safety precautions students thought of.
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