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Everyone is special, and should be treated with respect.
Take care of yourself and stay safe!
Important Personal Safety Points:
It is only a nice touch if you say that it is. No one should touch private body parts except to keep clean and healthy. It is NOT a nice touch if it hurts you. It is NOT a nice touch if someone touches your body where you don’t want to be touched. It is NOT a nice touch if it makes you feel scared, nervous, or uncomfortable. It is NOT a nice touch if a person forces you to touch them. It is NOT a nice touch if a person asks you not to tell. It is NOT a nice touch if a person makes threats about what might happen if you do tell.
The only person doing something wrong is the person who touches you in a way that you do not like. A person may offer to buy you gifts and toys if you keep their touches a secret. This is wrong, you need to tell right away.
Be sure you know what to do!
What to do if someone touches you in a way that you do not like:
Say, “NO, I don’t like that”! and tell the person “I don’t want to be touched”. Get away from that person right away and never stay alone with that person ever again. If you need to, you can yell or scream for help. Be strong and know that you did nothing wrong. The only person who did something wrong is the person who touches you in a way that you do not like. Be sure to tell an adult you trust what happened right away. If the first person you tell does not believe you, go to another adult you trust until someone believes you and helps you.
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Know your personal safety rights!
Bathing suits cover the parts of your body that are private. People should keep these parts of their body to themselves. You should not touch someone else’s private parts and they should not touch yours. Find the bathing suits in the picture below and color them your favorite color.
The person getting a touch always gets to say if it IS a nice touch or NOT a nice touch, even if the person giving the touch says that it is okay, or that it should be fun. If you get a touch that you do not like, you have the right to say, “no”. Look at the pictures below and circle the touches that you think are nice touches and put an X on the picture you think is not a nice touch.
A family holding hands. A boy sits on his mother’s lap to read a story.
A father holding his child.
A bully hitting another student.
If someone does not respect your body and touches you in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, who can you tell? Circle the people below who are trusted adults that you can tell.
Dad & Mom
Grandpa & Grandma
REMEMBER: KEEP TELLING UNTIL SOMEONE HELPS! Your principal, teachers or school counselors are there for you and will always help quickly.
Write and draw a picture about what you learned today: