Summer Fun and Safety
This Topic Mini-Research Web Page was developed
for Mrs. Shover's Kindergarten Class at Dewar Elementary School
Designed by April Norton, a Valdosta State University Preservice Teacher


Paint picture of a beach

Children on a bicycle


What safety gear should you wear when you ride your bicycle or scooter?  This website will give you safety rules for riding this summer.
Little Girl in the Pool

This summer, you may be able to go swimming.  Should you swim alone or with an adult present?  This website has some important safety tips for swimming in the summer.

A teddy bear in a seatbelt


In the summertime, your family may take a lot of trips.  What should you always wear while you are riding in a vehicle?   This website has tips for you to follow for traveling on vacation.

Girl wearing suncreen


It is very important to protect your skin from the sun.  How do you think protect your skin when you are outside playing this summer?  This website shows you how to protect your skin when you are playing outside.

Topic Mini-Research Real World Activity

Imagine one of your friends from class is going on his or her first family vacation this summer.  Your friend will be riding in a car to the beach.  He or she will probably be swimming in the sun and riding his or her scooter.   You need to give your friend some safety tips for the vacation.  You will be drawing a picture illustrating different safety tips so your friend can have fun and stay safe!
Steps to Complete Real World Activity

1. On a piece of paper, use crayons or makers to create a picture for your friend.
2. You need to use these websites for bicycle, swimming, traveling, and skin     safety to remind you of some safety tips.
3. Draw four pictures relating to each safety tip you learned about.
4. Be as colorful and creative as you would like!
5. After drawing each picture, make sure that you label that safety tip by describing it with just a few words.





blueberries
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                   Sun wearing sunglasses

Little kids