From Campaign 2011: Lesson 2: An Outside Meeting Place
Teach students the importance of establishing an outside meeting place, and practice with a fun matching game!
To teach students about establishing an outside meeting place.
1. Hang the Classroom Poster in an easy-to-see location.
2. Tell children that when the smoke alarm sounds, it's important to get out and stay out of the home. Every family should have a safe Outside Meeting Place, such as a tree or a neighbor's porch, where they all go when they hear the smoke alarm.
3. Have children choose an Outside Meeting Place for the poster's characters.
4. Distribute copies of Student Worksheet 2. Ask students to work in pairs to match each fairy-tale character to his or her Outside Meeting Place. You may wish to review each character's fairy tale.
5. Encourage children to choose an Outside Meeting Place with their families.
EVALUATE THE LESSON
Red Riding Hood-A bush with Grandma, Wolf, and the Woodsman
Snow White-A vegetable garden with 7 dwarves
Pig with Sticks-The Pig with Bricks's front porch
Baby Bear-A flower bush with Mama Bear, Papa Bear, and Goldilocks