Teacher’s Safety Kit
Designed for educators, caregivers, and parents, this complete program provides valuable safety lessons on a wide variety of topics including “Who is a Stranger,” “Harm Alarm,” “Take a Buddy with You,” “Street Smarts,” and “Run, Run, Run, Yell, and Tell.” The kit includes an oversized (12in. X 17in.), full-color storybook including 6 stories, a 56-page activity book, as well as a 23-page instructor’s guide, which offers lesson plans, discussion materials, and role-playing suggestions. Children will be so entertained by the vibrant storybook and exciting activities they will not even realize they are learning!
Designed for parents, caregivers, and educators alike, this calendar encourages children to identify their feelings and communicate about them openly and honestly. Children are able to express their emotions by choosing one of nine stamps that describe the way they are feeling that day. Stamps include “Sad,” “Happy,” “Nervous,” “Silly,” “Afraid,” and more. This product helps to start conversations over feelings and emotions that might make children uncomfortable to start talking about themselves. The kit contains a calendar booklet, nine rubber stamps, and an inkpad.
Lil’ Iguana Wristbands
Lil’ Iguana’s “Run, Run, Run, Yell, and Tell” wristband acts as a continuous reminder for children on how to avoid child predators. This tri-colored, heavy duty, silicone band has the words “Run,” “Yell,” and “Tell,” embossed into it. The band comes with a bi-lingual educational card for children and parents to review on what actions to take it approached by someone the child does not have permission to go with. This wristband is a great fundraiser for schools, safety and health organizations.
Lil’ Iguana music CD’s are great to listen to as a daily reminder to keep your children safe from harm. With upbeat tempos, and informative lyrics, the music CDs will keep your child entertained while educating them about important safety topics.
“Who’s a Stranger?”
This CD includes songs “Get Permission,” “The Harm Alarm,” “Take a Buddy with You,” “Who is a Stranger,” and “Run, Run, Run, Yell, and Tell.” They focus on the importance of understanding your safety instincts, using the buddy system, identifying who is a stranger, and what to do if approached by a child predator.
“Out and About”
This CD includes songs “Put on Your Safety Gear,” “Buckle-Up Your Seatbelt,” “Stop and Then Look Out,” “Train Song,” and “Out and About.” They focus on what to wear when riding on a bike or skateboard, the importance of wearing a seatbelt and not distracting the driver, how to cross the street, safety rules for railroad tracks and crossings, and knowing your surroundings and how to react to certain situations.
“Playing it Safe”
This CD includes songs “Good Friend,” “When You’re Alone,” “I’m Lost,” “I Want To Be Like Me,” and “Talk About It.” The songs emphasize the importance of knowing how to be a good friend to others, how to stay safe when you are alone, what to do if you get lost, being yourself and not giving into peer pressure, and knowing how to trust people and talk to adults.