This lesson goes into detail on how to help elementary students understand that they can say "no" to someone touching them. It also gives information to students on listening to other students who are telling them they do NOT want to be touched. Good touch-Bad touch is covered, as well as the "Underwear/Swimsuit Rule." Students are asked to think about the adults they trust that they can talk to if someone is touching them and they want it to stop. A list of different type of touching is included- which includes; poking, hitting, hugging, etc. Clip art, printables, 2 activities, coloring. No prep needed
Students will learn rules that need to be followed when wanting to hug, kiss or touch another student.
Students will understand that they need to get permission- "a yes" before hugging or touching another student.
Students will realize that it is OK to say "no"- if they don't want another student to touch them.
Students will learn that they should tell someone if the student, or anyone else, is touching them and they won't stop.
Students will understand that they should have several adults they can trust to talk to about this situation- it is called "the circle of trust."
Students will be able to list what "Good touch" is and what a "Bad touch" is.
Students will be able to recognize the "Underwear/swimsuit rule.
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