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(Week 15-16) Five Little Ducks
Transcript of (Week 15-16) Five Little Ducks
Play with It
Let's Sing Along
Use the little ducks and mother duck to act out the 'Three Little Ducks' rhyme.
As each little duck disappears, the little ducks' template can be folded so that one less duck is showing for each verse.
How To Play
template, scissors, craft sticks, colored pencils or crayons, clue
1. Color and cut out each of the template pieces.
2. Fold the little duck template in half so that three ducks can be seen from either side.
3. Insert and glue a craft stick into the fold of the center of the template.
4. Glue a craft stick to the back of the mother duck.
Sing the song until the students get used to it. Talk about 'Stranger Danger' with the students. Ask them if it is okay to walk away alone.
Do the music and movement with the students. Have them follow the motions in this video or you can make your own motions for the students.
What should we do?
After watching the video, talk about stranger danger with the students. Ask the students if they have had that kind of experience.
Way to the Police Officer
Talk with the students what they should do when a stranger tries to talk to them.
Hand out the worksheet and have them find the way to the police officer.
Read the passage in the box for the students to be away from the stranger.
After watching this video, talk about the story with the students by asking what they are, what happens, how they look different, etc. Ask them if it is okay to be mean to somebody who is different form others.
Don't be alone!
Whose mom is it?
They are different. Why?
Because their moms are different.
If someone ever makes me feel unsafe I could use the "No! Go! Tell" rule...
"I don't want to go with you."
"I don't want to tell you."
"You can't come with me."
I am leaving now!
I should tell someone that I trust about it.
* Practice 'what we should do' with the students.
How should we behave toward a child
different from us?
Is it okay to hit him or her?
Is it okay not to play with him or her?
Is it okay to tease him or her?
Hand out the worksheet and find the answers with the students.