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This package is a comprehensive look into the 4 specific expectations within the grade 1 Ontario curriculum on 'Personal Safety and Injury Prevention'. Students will be guided through safety in school, the schoolyard, on their way home from school, and at home. They will discuss 9-1-1 and their address in an interactive way.
With this package you will receive many activities and worksheets to keep learning fun and engaging. These are also extremely easy to follow if you have a supply teacher or need to have your students work independently.
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The specific expectations covered within the grade 1 Ontario Curriculum, under Healthy Living are:
Personal Safety and Injury Prevention
C1.2 demonstrate an understanding of essential knowledge and practices for ensuring their personal safety (e.g., knowing their home phone numbers; knowing how to contact 9-1-1; seeking help from a police officer, teacher, elder, or other trusted adult; knowing routines for safe pickup from school or activities) [PS]
C2.3 demonstrate the ability to recognize caring behaviours (e.g., listening with respect, giving positive reinforcement, being helpful) and exploitive behaviours (e.g., inappropriate touching, verbal or physical abuse, bullying), and describe the feelings associated with each [IS]
C2.4 apply their knowledge of essential safety practices to take an active role in their own safety at school (e.g., inform teacher of allergies, be aware of food safety issues, play in supervised areas, follow safe routines for travelling to and from school) [PS]
C3.1 demonstrate an understanding of how to stay safe and avoid injuries to themselves and others in a variety of situations, using knowledge about potential risks at home, in the community, and outdoors (e.g., items or situations that could lead to poisoning, slips, falls, fire, or injury, including injuries from household products, medicines, kitchen tools and equipment, insecure furniture, candles, toys; road, water, and playground hazards; weather and sun hazards) [PS, CT]