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					  I. Topic
          a. Helmet Safety
 II. Objective(s) and Domain(s)
          a. After the demonstration with the melon, students will be able to justify the need to
             wear a helmet when riding: bike, skateboard, rollerblades... (Affective Domain)
III. Leaning Opportunity Outline (What Actually Happens)
          a. Introduction – 1 min
                   i. Introduce teacher – Miss Safety
                  ii. Ask each student their name
                iii. Introduce topic – like the name - Safety
          b. Information 10 min
                   i. Read “Stanley’s Wild Ride” by Linda Bailey
          c. Activity 5 min
                   i. How many of you like to ride skate boards?
                          1. Kids raise their hands.
                  ii. Can you pretend to ride a skateboard from this cone (A) to that cone (B).
                          1. Kids travel from (A) to (B).
                iii. How many of you like to ride roller skates?
                          1. Kids raise their hands.
                 iv. Can you pretend to ride roller skates from this cone (B) to that cone (A)?
                          1. Kids travel from (B) to (A).
                  v. How many of you like to ride your bikes?
                          1. Kids raise hands.
                 vi. Can you pretend to ride your bike from this cone (A) to that cone (B).
                          1. Kids travel from (A) to (B).
                vii. Do you ride your bike slow or fast?
                          1. Most will safe fast.
               viii. Can you show me how fast you ride your bike going back to the first cone
                      (A)?
                          1. Kids move quickly to (A).
                 ix. Have any of you ever fallen off a skateboard, roller skates, or a bicycle
                      before?
                          1. Kids raise their hands.
                  x. What happened?
                          1. Allow a few kids to tell their stories.
          d. Demonstration 4 min
                   i. Bring out the watermelon (that has been out of sight till now – probably in
                      a cooler).
                  ii. Ask the kids to pretend the watermelon is a head.
                iii. The head is a kid who is riding their bike.
                 iv. Ask the kids if they like to ride fast or slow again?
                          1. They hopefully safe fast.
                  v. Have the “head” pretend to be riding fast.
                 vi. Oh no, they hit a big bump and they fall.
                          1. Throw the watermelon hard toward the ground in a momentum
                              fashion (out ahead of you).
                        2. Hopefully it breaks open – if not scuff marks/dents will do.
               vii. Ask the kids what happened?
                        1. It fell, it broke, it’s hurt, the head smashed open, brains are spilling
                            out…
              viii. Ask the kids if this is good or bad?
                        1. Bad
                ix. What could we do to protect our watermelon?
                        1. Hopefully someone will bring up wearing a helmet.
                 x. Show a helmet.
         e. Review 1 min
                  i. What was the watermelon representing?
                        1. Our heads.
                 ii. How can we protect our heads?
                        1. By wearing helmets.
               iii. Why do we wear helmets?
                        1. To protect our heads.
IV. Space and Resources
         a. In parking lot/sidewalk.
                  i. Blocked off section of parking lot would be best
         b. At least two cones (four would be preferable)
 V. Student Materials
         a. 5 watermelons
VI. Bibliography
         a. Book: “Stanley’s Wild Ride” by Linda Bailey

				
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