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  • Discussion Guide on Police Community Relations

    Video Animation, Guide and Worksheets on Police Community Relations for Elementary Grades

    Police community relation guide for kids

    1 Downloadable Mpeg Video Animation “Sort it Out” 2 ½ minutes in length

    1 Accompanying discussion PDF booklet which includes

    Police community relation worksheet

    • 6 pages of step-by-step instructions for the presenter.
    • 2 “Ice-Breaker” sheets to introduce the presenting policeman and the other to introduce his/her agency
    • 2 Worksheets for Grades 1-2-3
    • 2 Worksheets for Grades 4-5-6
    • 1 fun activity sheets for grades 1-2-3
    • 1 fun activity sheets for grades 4-5-6
    • 2 Pages presenting “Sort it Out” as an article for kids
    • 3 pages of answer keys

    Sort it Out Kid Story

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    Here is a sampler from the guide:

     

    Lesson Guide on Police Community Relation

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  • School guide for kids on police handcuffs

    As you prepare for your next elementary grades school presentation, why not guide your kids in discovering police handcuffs!

    Guide for Kids on Police Handcuffs

    Theme:

    Police Handcuffs

    • Grades: 1-6
    • Duration: One class- About 20 minutes
    • Type: Articles/Activity sheets/Answer keys

    (A great way to break the ice with kids or satisfy the curious ones!)

    Key Takeaways:

    • An 10 page  professionally designed PDF document ready to download

    • A two page article on the history of police handcuffs with  pictures.

    • A two page article on  "Why do police use handcuffs"?

    • Eco-friendly! Print only the pages you want. Designed with home printing in mind- keeping a good balance of color and yet rendering captivating black and white printing as well.?

    Read an extract from "Why Do Police Use Handcuffs"

    Handcuffs are uncomfortable, but they aren’t supposed to hurt the prisoner. They’re used as a way to keep the prisoner secure and to protect the people around them. Since handcuffs tie a person’s hands behind their back, it can make it harder for a prisoner to keep their balance, so they have to be careful not to trip. Also, if a prisoner does trip, they can’t put their hands out in front of them to break their fall, so they risk getting hurt. That’s one of the reasons a police officer holds on to a prisoner who is handcuffed.

    Why do Police use handcuffs

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    Look at one of the worksheets

    Worksheet on police handcuffs

    This guide is pretty unique. Kids are fascinated by what's on your holster, why not tell them about it?

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  • School Hallway Safety Lesson Plan - Grades 4-5-6

    "Safe, Responsible and Respectful Hallway Behavior"

    Grades 4-5-6

    School Hallway Safety

    Your own school safety lesson plan and activity sheets

    Children in Grades 4-6 spend an increasing amount of time individually in the halls, although most hall time is still spent traveling as part of a class group. This lesson touches mainly on appropriate hallway behaviour when traveling in a group, but also briefly explores how to behave when in the halls alone, such as going to the washroom or to the main office.

    As educators, you know that at times, kids often find themselves clueless, doing certain things that are potentially unsafe, disrespectful and inappropriate when they are in the school hallways.

    School Hallway Safety Lesson Plan

    With the carefully illustrated diagrams and different exciting lessons contained in this guide, kids are provided with a fun and easy way to learn of the importance of good hallway behaviors and the reasons behind why some inappropriate school hallway behaviors are considered totally unsafe and irresponsible.

    Here is a sample from the guide:

    The teacher asks students: What does it mean to be respectful inthe hallways? Being respectful means to show others that you care about their well-being (e.g. quiet voices that don’t disturb otherclasses, keeping our hands and feet to ourselves, holding doors for students and teachers.)

    3- Split students into small groups. Provide each group with alarge piece of paper with the heading, Positive Hallway Behaviour inthe middle. Each student will require markers. Provide students with5-10 minutes to brainstorm examples of positive hallway behaviour.Encourage students to record all of their answers. The goal is torecord as many ideas as possible.

    The worksheet are a fun and intuitive way for kids to quickly learn the correct school hallway behaviors and the consequences of the common inappropriate ones.

    School hallway Safety Worksheet

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    School Hallway Safety Lesson Plan

    Grades 4-6

    Lesson Plan on Hallway Safety

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    Includes the Bonus story, the School Hallway is Much Better!

    The school story

    Please note, as this booklet was written and published in Canada, Canadian spelling is used in the guide/lesson plan (e.g. behaviour). However, there are two sets of worksheets, one for Canadian and U.K. customers and the other adapted for USA; therefore this should not effect your ability to deliver this to kids in the USA. Typically, my booklets accommodate American spelling, with the exception of this one- I stayed Canadian! :-D

  • Sort it Out - Are the police my friends or not?

    What is a kid suppose to think about police officers?

    Are the police my friends

    Something weird happened at my friend Andrew’s house yesterday and I just can’t get it out of my mind. Maybe you can help me to sort it out.