True Story It paid off. Two of my students were able to react appropriately when approached in our local mall by a stranger. As a result of their knowledge, the man was arrested. Later it was discovered that he had a prior arrest involving children. - Mandy S. Crosland, Guidance Counselor, SC
"I want you to know that my principal, Sue Cummings, made a point to tell me that whatever it was I taught during the Yello Dyno lessons really stuck. The troopers who brought "Trooper Bud" this morning were so surprised that every child who volunteered to answer and demonstrate what to do if a stranger approached them responded with "3 steps back and run like the wind!" - Nancy Hoxworth, School Counselor, Fowler Elementary School, TX
The Yello Dyno Method™
is taught in every curriculum.
10 Key Safety Rules 1. Knowledge is Power
2. I Always Ask First!
3. Tricky People, It's What They Ask You To Do That Matters
4. I Always Have A Buddy 5. I Can Take Three Steps Back And Run Like The Wind!
6. I KnowThe Yello Dyno Yell!
7. I Trust My Feelings!
8. I Can Say, No!
9. I Don't Keep Secrets That Make Me Feel Unsafe
10. I Know My Body's Mine!
Curriculum Materials Can’t Fool Me! Lesson Plan & Teaching Script
Yello Dyno Can't Fool Me! PowerPoint CD
Reproducible masters of handouts and quizzes Can’t Fool Me! CD Can’t Fool Me! DVD Raising Safe Kids! Teacher/Parent Handbook Safety Rules! Poster Fun Way to Safe Kids Song & Lesson Book
Fun Way To Safe Kids Coloring and Quiz Book An effective and fun way to reinforce retention of eight key lessons to help children stay out of harm's way. Compliments theSafety Party!andCan't Fool Me! curricula. (Great for parents to reinforce the knowledge at home.)
Note: Some materials are repeated in all curricula so several different teachers in the school can reinforce the lessons. Example: The Tricky People! video can be used by a substitute teacher. The music can be played while students are working on projects, or music teachers can teach the safety songs. Materials can also be put in the library for parents.
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True Story "It really works. A student was in the hall when a construction worker knocked on a locked door to be let in. The child took 'three steps back' and ran to tell me there might be a 'Tricky Person' at the door. I went and let the worker in; however, I highly praised my student for putting his learning into action."