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Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students

Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
Lock Down Drill Reflection For Elementary Students
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I created this after our school experienced a 5 hour lockdown after there was a suspected intruder in the building. I couldn't find any activities for younger kids to do after an event like this, so I made my own. There are four activities for two double sided sheets.

It included a space for questions, some written reflections, a place to create "emoticons" to describe feelings, and an art-integration where students draw and label all the helpers during the lock down (police, parents, teachers, etc.)
Total Pages
4 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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