Strangers in The Neighborhood 

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In today’s Religious and National Values class, we will be talking about Strangers in the Neighbourhood

Strangers in the Neighbourhood 

Strangers in the Neighbourhood 

People one doesn’t know are known as strangers. One should be careful of people one meets on the way to and from school. That being said, we also have people we call safe strangers. 

Safe strangers are people children can ask for help when they need it. Police officers and law officers are two examples of very recognizable safe strangers. 

Teachers, principals, and librarians are adults children can trust too, and they are easy to recognize when they are at work. 

Whenever possible, children should go to a public place to ask for help.

How To Stay Safe Around Strangers

  1. Do not collect sweets, biscuits, money or gifts from strangers.
  2. Do not enter a stranger car
  3. Do not go out with a stranger.
  4. Do not play in the dark.
  5. Always stay with your friends and family.

A stranger is anyone that your family doesn’t know well. And you should always be sure to have a trusted person around you should you go anywhere alone. 

Evaluation

Who is a Stranger?

 

Reading Assignment

Identify three types of safe strangers

 

Weekend Assignment

Identify five things a child should not do around strangers.

 

We hope you enjoyed today’s class. In our next class, we will be talking about Types of Government.

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