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Create posters to show why taking safety precautions seriously is serious business.
Work in groups to brainstorm safety rules everyone needs to follow: at home, at school, in very hot or cold weather, in case of fire, or while playing outside, eating, riding in cars, or interacting with animals. Pick one safety rule that you think is very important.
With Crayola® Washable Markers, divide a piece of poster board or large construction paper in half. On one half, create a poster image of a real or imaginary creature who has not followed this rule or is thinking about breaking it. Demonstrate in your image what is likely to happen when safety rules are not followed. How can the posture and face on the rule-breaker express emotions that match the consequence?
Write a safety reminder in the other half of your poster. Display in a safety gallery as a reminder to other children.
This powerful diorama pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrate his historic civil rights speech on the step
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