This worksheet focuses not on STRANGER DANGER but instead on SAFE STRANGERS. Students are asked to draw strangers who can help them whenever they need it.
Safe strangers are people children can ask for help when they need it. Police officers and firefighters are two examples of very recognizable safe strangers. Teachers, principals, and librarians are adults children can trust too, and they are easy to recognize when they’re at work. But make sure that you emphasize that whenever possible, children should go to a public place to ask for help.
You can help your students recognize safe strangers by pointing them out when you’re out in your town. Also show your class places they can go if they need help, such as local stores and restaurants and locations of community helpers in your neighborhood.
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