Prevention Education: 4th & 5th Grade Key Concepts
Students will identify safe adults at home, at school, and in the community.
Students will identify unsafe adults.
Students will apply the three safety steps to unsafe situations: say no in an assertive voice, get away, and tell a safe adult.
Students will identify strangers as people they do not know.
Students will learn the always ask first rule: “Always ask first before you go somewhere or take something.”
Students will learn the definition of intuition and the importance of trusting their intuition.
Students in 2nd-3rd will apply the information learned, by discussing the second step scenarios.
Students will identify safe touches as the touches that make them happy and do not hurt their bodies.
Students will identify unsafe touches as the touches that hurt their bodies.
Students will identify unwanted touches as the touches that are not wanted or make them feel uncomfortable.
Students will develop skills to say no to touch they don’t want whether it is safe or unsafe.
Students will demonstrate the safety steps: say no in an assertive voice, get away, and tell a safe adult.
Students will recite and understand the touching rule: “No one can touch your private body parts, except to keep you clean and healthy.”
Students will identify safe adults that may need to assist with keeping private body parts clean and healthy (i.e. parents and doctors.)
Students will recognize private body parts as the parts of the body covered by a swimsuit.
Students will understand that both children and adults must follow this rule.
Facilitator will emphasize the importance of telling a safe adult if someone breaks the touching rule.
Students will learn to never keep secrets about touching.
Facilitator will define privacy and emphasize the importance of respecting each other's privacy.