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Episode 130: Safety Patrol/Safety at the Beach

Safety Patrol
Today at school, the kids are playing with traffic signs. Prince Tuesday comes for a special visit, wearing his crossing guard uniform. He takes the class on a walk through the neighborhood, and they practice their safety rules along the way!

Safety at the Beach
It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, so Mom Tiger takes Daniel and Katerina to Jungle Beach to play. The children get a bit carried away during their treasure hunting play and drift a bit too far away from Mom Tiger. She reminds them that to stay safe near the water, they need to stop and listen!

Learning Goals
The learning goal of this episode is to help children pay attention to rules and learn how to keep themselves safe.  The strategy song of this episode is: Stop and listen to stay safe.

Fred Rogers Timeless Wisdom
“No child is born with self-discipline. Parents need to provide them with the discipline they need until they learn to discipline themselves. Children need the help of caring adults who will help them learn how to stop themselves by setting clear limits for acceptable behavior while allowing children ways to express their feelings by talking or playing about them. Praise you child for following the rules. When you do that, you’re strengthening the foundation for self-discipline”.   - Fred Rogers

Read more on Helping Children Learn to Stop Themselves.



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