Activity: Talking to Strangers
to compare similar things
|1||story about strangers||per whole group|
|1||story (The Berentstain Bears Learn About Strangers by: Stan and Jan Berenstain||per whole group|
- The Berenstain Bears Learn About Strangers read along [External link]
- Totetude Stranger Danger Rules [Microsoft Office - OOXML - Word Document, 166 KB]
- Totetude General Reading Questions [Totetude resource link]
- Totetude Picture Walk [Totetude resource link]
- Gather materials.
- Print supporting media documents.
- The educator will ask the learners to describe what they know about strangers.
- The educator will read The Berenstain Bears Learn about Strangers by: Stan and Jan Berenstain or another story with the theme of talking to strangers.
- The educator discusses the Totetude Stranger Danger Rules with the learners.
- After reading only the first section (Stranger Danger), the educator asks, "What happens if we are lost or need help when we are alone? What should we do?"
- The educator continues reading the Totetude Stranger Danger Rules (Safe Stranger).
- Discuss the difference between a dangerous stranger and a safe stranger.
- Either the educator or the learners will restate the rules about talking to strangers.
- I am able to compare strangers to safe strangers.
- I am able to restate the stranger danger rules.
- I am able to show interest and curiosity about being safe.