State Standard - Health

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Grade PK Grade K Grade 1 Grade 2
Standard 5.0 Safety and Injury Prevention: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply prevention and intervention knowledge, skills, and processes to promote safe living in the home, school, and community. Standard 5.0 Safety and Injury Prevention: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply prevention and intervention knowledge, skills, and processes to promote safe living in the home, school, and community. Standard 5.0 Safety and Injury Prevention: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply prevention and intervention knowledge, skills, and processes to promote safe living in the home, school, and community. Standard 5.0 Safety and Injury Prevention: Students will demonstrate the ability to apply prevention and intervention knowledge, skills, and processes to promote safe living in the home, school, and community.
A. Emergencies A. Emergencies A. Emergencies A. Emergencies
1. Recognize how to respond appropriately to emergency situations.
1. Recognize how to respond appropriately to emergency situations.
1. Describe how to respond appropriately to emergency situations.
1. Demonstrate the ability to respond appropriately to emergency situations.
a. Identify how to respond to emergency situations such as tell an adult and call 911.
a. Explain how to respond to emergency situations such as tell an adult and call 911.
a. Practice how to respond to an emergency, for example tell an adult and call 911.
a. Model how to respond to an emergency in different situations.
B. Safety Rules and Procedures B. Safety Rules and Procedures B. Safety Rules and Procedures
1. Identify ways to be safe when outdoors.
1. Identify ways to be safe when outdoors.
1. Identify ways to stay safe outdoors.
  a. Identify how to cross a street safely, including Look (left, right, left), Listen, and Think.
a. Demonstrate crossing the street safely.
a. Discuss strategies to stay safe on a bike or skates by following traffic signs and wearing a helmet.
      b. Demonstrate the ability to play safely on playground equipment.
      c. Demonstrate the ability to stay safe around water .
      d. Plan how to stay safe in the sun.
2. Identify actions to stay safe from fires.
  a. Describe ways to prevent accidentally starting a fire.
   
  b. Demonstrate skills to keep safe from fires.
   
3. Identify ways to be safe in a car.
  a. List safety rules for being a good passenger, for example wear a seat belt, sit quietly, sit in child safety seat, and always ride in the back seat.
   
4. Tell what to know when lost (separated).
  a. Notify a trusted adult.
   
  b. Designate a location to meet.
   
  c. Express personal information such as name, phone number, address, parents’/caregivers’ name, school, and group.
   
5. Identify ways to stay safe around animals.
    a. Show precautions to take around animals.
 
    b. Demonstrate steps for approaching pets or other animals safely.
 
6. Identify ways to stay safe at home.
    a. List actions to be safe in the kitchen.
 
    b. Create a list of products in the house that can be harmful.
 
C. Harassment
1. Identify the characteristics of a bully.
    a. Describe examples of teasing.
 
    b. Discuss examples of bullying including pushing/shoving (physical) and verbal threats.
 
    c. Identify examples of bullying/teasing in the media.
 
2. Define and identify telling and tattling.
    a. Distinguish the difference between telling and tattling.
 
D. Abuse and Assault D. Abuse and Assault
1. Identify ways to stay safe from strangers.
1. Identify actions to stay safe from strangers.
    a. Model actions to stay safe around strangers.
a. Describe procedures to follow when approached by a stranger in a variety of situations.
2. Describe actions to stay safe around familiar people.
      a. Discuss how familiar people can hurt or make children feel uncomfortable.
      b. Demonstrate how to access help from police, teacher, nurse, guidance counselor, and parent.