61 - Knowing What to Do Is Key

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The characters learn what to do in scary or unfamiliar situations so they are prepared

  • Announcement:

    Coronado CA Unified School District selected the Circle of Education® program as a Social Emotional development and Learning Readiness Curriculum

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The Story:

  • At school, the teacher shares dangers around and what to do about them: always ride bikes on the side of the street, look both ways before crossing the street, listen to the teacher during a fire alarm, find a phone and call 911 if someone is sick and needs help.
  • At night, Dolfi, Listo and Stella think of ways to keep safe in other situations: don’t touch electrical cords, don’t talk to strangers, and ask for help in the pool.
  • Horsi learns to stay inside during bad weather, and Ami learns to keep close to his family in case of tornado, earthquake or fire.
  • Learning what to do is key in dangerous or scary situations, even if they are rare.

What We Learn:

  • Even if it’s hard or scary to talk about, we can be prepared for dangers that might happen and that will help us feel better if they do happen.
  • We can keep ourselves safe in dangerous situations, especially if we are prepared.

Why it is Important:

  • Dangerous events can be scary for children and adults to think about, but preparing ahead can help us know what to do and how to keep ourselves safe.
  • By watching the characters talk about and face these situations ahead of time, children and parents can learn that it’s good for them to do that too.
  • Learning these basic safety tips from the characters and through the music can help children remember them if they need them.

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