- “Contacts with strangers on the street”.
Purpose: To warn children against contact with strangers, to promote cautiousness and circumspection in dealing with strangers.
- “If you are home alone.”
Purpose: To continue to teach how to behave correctly at home when suddenly you are alone, to form the idea that you should not open the door to anyone else.
- “Electrical Appliances”.
Purpose: To acquaint the children with electrical appliances, their purpose and rules of use.
- “Hot objects in the kitchen”.
Goal: to reinforce the idea that you can get burned by careless use of hot water and steam from pots.
- “Sharp Objects”.
Objective: to strengthen ideas about sharp objects, stabbing and cutting, to warn against accidents in everyday life.
- “To avoid accidents”.
Objective: to give knowledge about objects dangerous for a child’s life and health.
- “Dangers around us”.
Goal: to teach to notice dangerous objects around children.
- “How sand can become dangerous”.
Goal: to show the child playing with sand and warn him/her that it is not safe to play with it: you have to be careful and make sure that sand does not get into the eyes, mouth, nose, clothes, head.
- “Dangerous objects”.
Purpose: to consolidate the knowledge of safety rules in everyday life and on the street. Continue to form the basics of correct behavior in critical situations.
- “Health is the main wealth”, “So that there would be no trouble”.
Goal: to bring up a careful attitude to health.
- “If you are lost”.
Goal: To teach children not to leave where adults have left you. If you are lost, don’t be frightened and don’t cry!
- “Matches are not a toy for children!”
Purpose: To teach children about the dangers of matches. To acquaint children with the properties of fire. Invoke in children a desire to always be careful with fire. Reinforce the knowledge about the basic requirements of fire safety, develop discipline, a sense of responsibility for their actions.
- Theme: “Fire is dangerous”.
Purpose: To acquaint the children with the basic rules of fire safety, with the primary actions when a fire is detected; to teach them to correctly, report a fire by phone.
Purpose: To teach children the correct actions during an extreme situation. To expand and deepen children’s knowledge of fire safety rules. To form elementary knowledge in children about the dangers of pranks with fire (matches, electrical appliances, dangerous consequences of fire at home).
- “Fire is a friend – fire is a foe”.
Goal: To expand children’s knowledge that fire is sometimes a friend and sometimes a foe. Form safety skills in everyday life and in nature. To teach appropriate actions in fire situations. Develop cognitive activity and curiosity.
- “What is fire dangerous?”
Purpose: To continue to acquaint children with such a phenomenon as fire; to bring up confidence in their actions; to enrich children’s vocabulary with new concepts and words.
- “Journey down the street: rules for pedestrians”.
Purpose: To continue acquainting children with some rules for pedestrians on the street, with the concepts “pedestrian”, “overground (overground, underground) crossing”.
- “Safety on the roads”.
Purpose: To form ideas about the rules of safety on the roads, to deepen knowledge about the rules of the road.
- “Lucky accident”.
(situation: a boy runs across the road in a wrong place, in front of nearby cars).
Objective: to strengthen the knowledge of traffic rules, road signs, to bring up a disciplined pedestrian. Reinforce the children’s ability to find the right solution in a difficult situation.
- “Insects – benefits and harms”.
Purpose: to give knowledge of the rules of behavior when meeting with different insects.
- “Careful: mushrooms and plants on the plot”.
Goal: to form an idea of the child about the existence of poisonous plants and mushrooms; to introduce the plants of our area; to teach to distinguish between poisonous plants and mushrooms, to give knowledge that people can be poisoned by poisons of these plants; to bring up a careful attitude to all mushrooms and plants.
- “If you are lost or lost.”
Purpose: To explain to the children, to help yourself, you must: be able to ask for help from adults, know and call your name and surname, know and call your age, your full home address (street, house, apartment).
- “Rules of children’s behavior on the water”.
Purpose: to fix the knowledge about summer, children’s games in summer, to acquaint children with the rules of safe behavior on the water, to bring up a sense of caution, responsible behavior for their lives. Children must be accompanied by an adult when entering the water.
- “How to behave in the heat in the area?”
Goal: to teach children to wear headgear (panama, kerchief, etc.) without a reminder from adults, to fix the ability to correctly pour water from a kettle into a cup, to follow the rules of being in the sun so that they do not overheat.
- “Careful, it’s poisonous!”
Purpose: To teach children to be attentive to the plants in nature, to understand that among them there can be poisonous plants; to teach to observe caution, to develop curiosity.
- “Contacts with animals”, “Don’t tease animals”.
Purpose: To explain to the children that contacts with animals can sometimes be dangerous, to tell and reinforce the rules of behavior with domestic and stray animals.
- “Look with all your eyes!”
Purpose: To give an idea that the eyes are one of the main human senses, to acquaint children with the structure of the eye; to lead to the understanding that sight must be taken care of; to bring up a sense of compassion for blind people, a desire to help them.
Objective: to know the rules of safety in winter – in ice; to be able to determine a dangerous situation by pictures; to describe it, and the rules that must be observed to avoid injury and death.
- “Safety rules on the ice”.
Goal: To give children knowledge about the rules of behavior on the ice.
- “Natural phenomena”.
Purpose: To form elementary ideas about ice, to teach how to behave during ice.
- “Beware of frost!”.
Purpose: To teach children to follow the safety rules in the cold.
- Theme: “How the nosy tongue was punished”.
Goal: To give children knowledge that iron objects in winter are very dangerous, that it is impossible to touch them with tongue, lips and bare hands;
to teach children to take care of their safety, to prevent accidents
- “On the slide in winter”.
Goal: to teach children to obey the rules of behavior when riding from the slide; to develop endurance and patience – the ability to wait for their turn; to develop a desire to avoid traumatic situations.
- “Watch out for icicles!”.
Goal: Teach children to be careful and not to walk under roofs during melting snow, near tall houses where icicles and layers of snow can fall at any moment.
- “Don’t eat snow and icicles!”
Objectives: to give knowledge that icicles of snow can be dangerous for people (if they fall from the roof – injury, if they lick or eat – sore throat)
- “Winter roads.”
Goal: to increase children’s knowledge of the rules of behavior on the street, the road in winter time. To give children knowledge that in winter roads are slippery and drivers cannot quickly stop a vehicle. On a slippery road cars and buses, even after braking, slide forward for some time. To bring up the ability to restrain oneself, to be careful, not to play on the road.