Grade 5

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


Ontario Curriculum




Be Disaster Ready

Explain how people’s actions (eg. Bullying, excluding others) can affect the feelings and reactions of others

Apply strategies (eg. Anger management, assertiveness, conflict resolution) to deal with personal safety and injury prevention situations(eg. Swarming, threatening and harassment)

Internet Safety

Identify the positive aspects of the internet

Identify the dangers that the internet poses

List six internet safety tipsand understand their importance

The Internet & You-Staying Safe video


Define bullying

List 3 types of bullying

Know the criminal consequences of bullying

Understand that reporting bullying is important step to stop the behaviour

Know how to avoid being a target

Know the five steps to deal with a bully

Review Smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, 9-1-1 and escape plans

Fire smart for babysitters video

Kitchen Safety (eg. Cooking oils, oven mitts, pot handles on stove)

Sparky’s bedroom escape plan (Ladder escape)

Review Central Nervous System

Introduction to alcohol

Medications and Addiction

Tour of Ambulance

Identify natural and human caused disasters

Demonstrate the ability to deal with disaster situations by applying appropriate safety strategies

Recognize the importance of preparing for an emergency

Understand and analyze the effects of forces of natural disasters on the natural and built environment

Identify useful items during an emergency