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Confident kids : Kidpower safety skills / Irene van der Zande.

By: Van der Zande, Irene.
Contributor(s): Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust [issuing body.] | Police Youth Education Service (YES).
Publisher: Upper Moutere, NZ : Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower Trust, 2017Copyright date: 2017Edition: Revised.Description: 76 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473407087.Other title: Kidpower safety skills.Subject(s): SAFETY EDUCATION | SELF CONFIDENCE | PERSONAL SAFETY | CHILDREN | PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE | TEACHERS GUIDES | NEW ZEALANDGenre/Form: Activity books. | Activity books.
Contents:
Introduction. - The essantial safety skills. Overview of the Activities by Levels and Links to KOS and Kia Kaha. - Aim. - Rationale. - General Objectives. - The Relationship between Police and Kidposer. - Links with Keeping Ourslves Safe and Kia Kaha. - Lins with the New Zealand Curriculum Framework. - How to Use the Material in New Zealand Schools. - Parent and Caregiver Involvement. - How to handle Disclosures. - What to Know and What to Teach about Stopping Unwanted Touch and Setting Boundaries. - Using Skills Practice of Role Play. - Safety Guidelines for Skills Practice. - Evaluation and Assessment. - The Essential Safety Skills. - Activities for Junior Primary. - Activities for Middle Primary. - Activities for Senior Primary. - Copysheets.
Summary: "Provide opportunities for children to practice safety skills in their interactions with other people, when out and about and with when they are with people they know." - Aim
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"Supporting Keeping Ourselves Safe and Kia Kaha in ‫New Zealand schools."

"This guide is supported by the six A3 Confident Kids posters: 1. Essential safety skills, 2. I am confident and alert, 3. I take charge, 4. I set boundaries, 5. I protect myself, 6. I get help"--Back cover.

Introduction. - The essantial safety skills. Overview of the Activities by Levels and Links to KOS and Kia Kaha. - Aim. - Rationale. - General Objectives. - The Relationship between Police and Kidposer. - Links with Keeping Ourslves Safe and Kia Kaha. - Lins with the New Zealand Curriculum Framework. - How to Use the Material in New Zealand Schools. - Parent and Caregiver Involvement. - How to handle Disclosures. - What to Know and What to Teach about Stopping Unwanted Touch and Setting Boundaries. - Using Skills Practice of Role Play. - Safety Guidelines for Skills Practice. - Evaluation and Assessment. - The Essential Safety Skills. - Activities for Junior Primary. - Activities for Middle Primary. - Activities for Senior Primary. - Copysheets.

"Provide opportunities for children to practice safety skills in their interactions with other people, when out and about and with when they are with people they know." - Aim

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