Rule 1
Rule 2
Rule 3
Rule 4
Rule 5
100
What is rule number 1?
Know what's up!
100
What is rule number 2?
Spot red flags!
100
What is rule number 3?
Make a move!
100
What is rule number 4?
Talk it up!
100
What is rule number 5?
No blame, no shame!
200
What is something you need to know with "know what's up"?
1. Your address.

2. Who to call in an emergency.

200
What is a red flag?
A warning sign.
200
What does "make a move" mean?
Get away and stay away.
200
What does "talk it up" mean?
To tell a safe adult if you are ever being hurt. 
200

What does "no blame, no shame" mean?

Not blaming yourself for the situation and to not feel ashamed. 

300

Someone you do not know well and do not know if they will hurt you or keep you safe.

A stranger

300
Red flags are clues that you may be in an unsafe situation. True or false.
True.
300

If someone looks nice, but asks you to follow them without telling your parents, what do you do?

Make A Move

300

When is the best time to tell an adult if something feels unsafe or hurtful?

Immediately. 

300
Do you get in trouble when you tell someone that you are getting hurt?
No.
400

When someone tells you something or does something to fool you into doing something you do not want to do, especially something that is unsafe.

Unsafe Tricks


400
A parent not giving a child a cellphone is neglect. True or false.
False.
400
If you find something inappropriate on your computer, what do you do first?
Make a move to tell an adult.
400

Someone you can go to if you ever feel unsafe, if you’ve ever been hurt, or if you’re not sure if a situation is unsafe.

Trusted or Safe Adult

400

Should you ever feel ashamed if you miss one of the first safety rules or a red flag?

No

500

Something that a person doesn’t want others to know about. 

Secret

When someone wants you to keep a secret, it could be because they are doing something unsafe or bad, or something they should not be doing. Always listen to your "inner siren."


500

When a child is not getting what they need
to be healthy and safe.

Neglect


500

When someone intentionally (on purpose)
hurts a child’s body by hitting, punching, kicking, shaking, or doing other harmful things that hurt a child.

Physical Abuse

500

When a child is told mean
or hurtful things over and over again.

Emotional Abuse

500

When someone touches, talks about, or looks at your private body parts in a hurtful or unsafe way, or if they ask you to touch or look at their private body parts.




Sexual Abuse

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