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Ocean Safety

Even for those who do not live on the coast, ocean safety is an important skill for young people to learn. It can be transpired to safety in rivers, lakes and their waterways. Use this collection to educate children on the dangers of water and how to enjoy it safely.
A Collection By Amy Watson
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Ocean Safety
  • Amy Watson says:
    Who doesn't love Timon and Pumba? This eight minute video provides entertainment and education at the same time highlighting the importance of safety around water, all with a little Disney toilet humor thrown in.
  • Amy Watson says:
    Twinkl offers posters and worksheets for a range of abilities. This beach safety discussion activity can be completed in pairs and asks students to determine what is safe vs. unsafe. You can also use the search feature to find other appropriate activities. I love that you can find whole resource packages- no need to spend time compiling your own.
  • Amy Watson says:
    The resources on this website include posters and worksheets and are suitable for a range of age groups. They are easy to access and can be printed and ready to use in no time.
  • Amy Watson says:
    Here you will find lesson plans and activities on all things ocean that can be taught as part of science lessons. The information on rip currents is particularly vital to keeping kids safe in the water.
  • city.milwaukee.gov
    city.milwaukee.gov

    Water Safety Guidelines

    14 minute read
    Amy Watson says:
    Many of these guidelines are obvious to us as adults but need to be instilled in young people. Go through the rules and guidelines with them, discussing examples. Students can then choose a rule to create their own water safety poster or pamphlet.
BloomBoard SparkOther Cross-Curricular
BloomBoard Asks:How do we keep safe near the ocean?