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Subject: Health: Child Health & Safety

Safety for Children Series: DangerSpot - Can You Spot the Danger?

Safety is something that children everywhere need to learn about and understand, because being safe is a life-long lesson and something that helps everyone. This series is based on the DangerSpot series of books by author/illustrator Hedley Griffin; each story features 4 main characters: Harey, a hare-brained Click for more

Fire in the Fryer (Fire Safety)

Fire in the Fryer (Fire Safety)

Fire safety is the main theme of this story; it is something every child needs to learn about from a very young age, because no one ever wants to get be hurt by fire or things that can burn a person. The seven lessons identified by Safety Educator Alyssa Kelly include: 1. Be careful of insects that may bite or sting. 2. Never leave hot drinks where they could spill or get knocked over. 3. Never try to light a barbeque. 4. Never carry containers of gasoline. 5. Never play with matches. 6. Never leave a stove unattended where something is cooking. 7. If there ever is an oil fire, an adult should use a damp cloth, a fire blanket or a fire extinguisher to control the fire. A person should never use water to put out an oil fire. 2010 PI 25 min.





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