CHILD SAFETY LESSON ACTIVITY
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Safety is a very important subject. If you are not aware of how to do things properly you could hurt yourself or others around you. This is why your parents and teachers give you rules. They tell you things like "Don't cross the street without looking both ways" or "Don't run with sharp objects" because if you were to break these rules then it could cause a horrible accident to happen.
Accidents can happen anywhere at any time. You have to be careful or you could get hurt. It could be something as mild as falling off your bike or it could be much worse like a car accident. However, if you know how to react during an accident or a dangerous situation then you can make a bad situation much better
If you are ever in any kind of accident you should try to be as calm as possible. It is important that you work to get help and focus on the problem you are dealing with. As soon as an accident happens if you are able to you should go to find an adult you trust. Find a parent, neighbor, teacher, or another adult that can help you. If you cannot find any adults to help you then you should call 9-1-1 or dial "0" to get an operator on the line to help you.
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