Grade 3

Ministry of Education& Training Ontario Curriculum
Personal Safety & Injury Prevention

 

Ontario Curriculum

Police

Fire

EMS

Be Disaster Ready

Explain relevant safety procedures (eg. Fire drills, railway crossing and crosswalk procedures)

Use problem solving process to identify ways of obtaining support for personal safety in the home, school and community.

Identify examples of real and fictional violence (eg. Schoolyard fights, cartoons, movies)

Conduct the pre-ride bike inspection

State safety equipment and hand signals required to be safe

Recognize and understand traffic signals and signs and understand that bikes are vehicles and must obey all signs

Understand bike procedure at crosswalk

Know and demonstrate safe bike riding practices in the safety village

Bill Nye the Science Guy bike safety video

Identify construction flag colours and state what they represent

Smoke detectors,  Carbon monoxide detectors

Hazards from room to room

Kitchen hazards

Bedroom hazards

Bathroom hazards

Living room/family room hazards

Basement hazards

Fire escape plan

Sparky's bedroom escape plan (escape ladder)

Explanation about the brain, skull and spine

Danger of medications, cleaning products and inhalation

Cell Phone Sally Video

Tour of ambulance

Define and recognize emergencies and disasters

Identify natural and human-caused risks in our community

Understand forces of nature can have significant impact on humans and the environment

Understand the importance of being prepared

Identify items that are helpful in an emergency