Safe@Last K-6 Curriculum

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Grade 2 Example

Students navigate through the second grade online activity book. Each session begins with a new word bank and continues through activities including mazes, matching, drag and drop exercises and fill in the blanks. Students enjoy the ability to check their answers, try again or show the correct answers. Periodically, there are activities for the educator to print and provide to students for drawing or take home supplements.

Grade 6 Example

The sixth grade online activity book begins with a word bank and a crossword-type exercise. Students are always able to check their answers, try again or show the correct answers. Notice that there are opportunities for students to review online behaviors to determine whether they are safe or unsafe practices. At any point, the student can print the current screen to be able to have hard copies of their work.

Program Components

The Safe@Last Personal Safety Program is a curriculum that focuses on giving children skills and tools needed to stay safe. Each session builds on and reinforces the skills learned in previous lessons. The children are given the opportunity to practice each learned skill. The program includes techniques such as role-playing, music, a puppet, games, stories, Student Activity Books, and videos to enhance the learning process for each individual child.

Kindergarten Topics

  • Respect
  • How to Identify Safe People
  • Asking permission
  • How to Identify Strangers
  • How to Respond to Unsafe Situations
  • Safe and Unsafe Touches
  • Disclosing Unsafe Secrets
  • Assertiveness Skills

First Grade

  • Respect
  • How to Identify Safe People and Strangers
  • Safety Rules
  • Making Safe Decisions
  • How to Respond to Unsafe Situations
  • Safe and Unsafe Touches
  • Disclosing Unsafe Secrets
  • Assertiveness
  • Responding to Getting Lost in Public Place
  • Second Grade

    • Respect
    • How to Identify Safe People and Strangers
    • Boundaries
    • Choices/Consequences
    • How to Respond to Unsafe Situations
    • Safe and Unsafe Touches
    • Disclosing Unsafe Secrets
    • Assertiveness
    • What it means to Disclose
    • Telephone and Home Alone Safety

    Third Grade

    • Self-Respect
    • Assertive, Aggressive, and Passive Behaviors
    • Peer Pressure
    • Choices/Consequences
    • Safe and Unsafe Touches
    • Safe and Unsafe Secrets
    • Disclosing Unsafe Secrets
    • What it means to Disclose

    Fourth Grade

    • Respect
    • Boundaries
    • Identifying Safe People
    • Safe and Unsafe Choices
    • Safe and Unsafe Touches
    • Safe and Unsafe Secrets
    • Steps to Personal Safety
    • Types of Lures
    • Circle of Comfort
    • What it means to Disclose

    Fifth Grade

    • Respect
    • Assertive, Aggressive, and Passive Behaviors
    • Identifying Safe People
    • Refusal Skills
    • Goals / Consequences
    • Peer Pressure
    • Intimidation
    • Safe and Unsafe Touches
    • Safe and Unsafe Secrets
    • What it means to Disclose

    Sixth Grade

    • Respect
    • Assertive, Aggressive, and Passive Responses
    • Boundaries
    • Internet Safety
    • Flirting
    • Harassment
    • Groomers
    • Safe and Unsafe Touches
    • Safe and Unsafe Secrets
    • What it means to Disclose
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Safe@Last Student

"I learned that you should be up front and tell somebody what is going on."

T. Williams, Super- intendent, Diocese of Nashville

"Students enjoy the program, especially role-playing different situations."

Metro-Nashville Public Schools

"...the Safe@ Last curriculum gave them the knowledge to identify abuse in their own lives."

Counselor at Bethesda Elementary

"I know the program is effective because I had a few reports… The program comes with everything the teacher needs, right down to a script that tells them what to say."

School Counselor

"Almost every child feels that she must be the ONLY one; most feel the guilt of 'It must have been my fault.' ...As a survivor of sexual abuse myself, I cannot tell you strongly enough how important Safe@Last and SAC are to me."

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