This What Is Comfortable and Uncomfortable Touch? lesson plan also includes:
Two stuffed animals open a lesson that examines two types of touch. Scholars discuss the difference between comfortable and uncomfortable touch. They offer examples then brainstorm ways an individual can keep safe from uncomfortable touches. A cut and paste worksheet evaluates pupils' comprehension. The class sings a song filled with reminders on how to stay safe.
- Perform the lesson in small groups to create a more comfortable environment for young pupils to openly communicate
- Team-teach the lesson with the school's counselor
- Invite pupils to bring in a stuffed animal for added security during the lesson
- First of two lessons that explore the health and safety of kindergarteners
- The lesson's subject may trigger unpleasant memories and emotions, observe learners and take mandatory steps to ensure safety
- Check to confirm whether or not you need parent permission before conducting the lesson
- Although the lesson is designed for use in a counseling setting, it can also be used in a classroom setting
- Boosts cutting skills
- The song is sung to the familiar tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
- Activity Sheet 2's cut-outs do not fit Activity Sheet 1's space for gluing
- Activity Sheet 2's pictures do not perfectly match the description