Being Safe

Over the past few weeks we have been learning about how to keep a baby safe. We learned that you can:

-put a fence around the fireplace

-block baby brothers or sisters from falling off the sidewalk

-keep babies from crawling towards electrical cords

-block babies from crawling towards a campfire

-put up a baby gate in front of the stairs so babies don’t fall down

Our parents do a lot to keep us safe. Here are some examples:

-mommy keeps me on the inside of the sidewalk, away from traffic

-parents protect us from doing things that are too dangerous like doing back flips on the trampoline

-mom holds my hand when we are walking

Here are some safety rules we talked about:

-hold a grown-up’s hand when you cross the street

-don’t run in the house

-don’t play at the top of the stairs

There are some safety signs that help keep us safe, too.

This sign warns us of fire.


This sign means there is the possibility of explosions. We need to be very careful if we see this sign. We might see this sign at the gas station or on a propane tank connected to a barbeque.


This sign means poison. Poison could really hurt us if we touch it or drink it. You might see this sign on cleaning supplies like bleach and ammonia.

This symbol means the liquid inside the bottle is corrosive. A corrosive substance is one that will destroy and damage other substances with which it comes into contact. 


We talked about the milestones that Baby Truett has reached and also milestones that we have reached. We have learned so many things in Kindergarten! There are thousands of things we can do that Baby Truett can’t do yet.

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