Protect Your Personal Space

Bubbles blown in the air begin a lesson about personal space. Making the connection between one's personal bubble and the floating bubbles around them, scholars take part in an activity that challenges them to stand with their peers and identify when someone is their space. A discussion dissects the matter of good touches and bad touches and safe individuals to speak to in case there is any feeling of discomfort or unsafe. Small groups help spread the word of how to protect personal space with original posters.

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CCSS: Designed
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Instructional Ideas
  • Invite the school's principal, counselor, or nurse to share their wisdom on the topic 
  • Refresh minds and bodies with bubble fun once the lesson is complete
  • Display posters in the office, cafeteria, multi-purpose room, or library
Classroom Considerations
  • Pay special attention to verbal responses and body language as this lesson may be triggering for some, take necessary actions to ensure everyone's safety 
  • Check with your principal to confirm whether or not parental consent is required before this lesson
  • The introduction creates a strong visual for personal space 
  • Offers pupils a safe place to talk about their experiences
  • Gives learners the confidence to stand up for one's self  
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