Safe Touch Worksheet (Steps to Keep Kids Safe with No, Go, Tell)

Safe Touch Worksheet (Steps to Keep Kids Safe with No, Go, Tell)
Safe Touch Worksheet (Steps to Keep Kids Safe with No, Go, Tell)
Safe Touch Worksheet (Steps to Keep Kids Safe with No, Go, Tell)
Safe Touch Worksheet (Steps to Keep Kids Safe with No, Go, Tell)
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I created this worksheet to use with my second and third graders as I went through my Safe Touch lessons. I typically would watch a short video or read a book then have them draw themselves saying no, running away, and then telling a grown up they trust. I've typically watched "I'm the Boss of My Body" from United Streaming/Discovery with my second graders, and then I've read "Not in Room 204" by Shannon Riggs with my 3rd graders. Then with the extra time (if there is any), we will do the worksheet. I feel it makes the concept a bit more concrete when they draw themselves/see themselves drawn doing all of these steps.
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