Stand Strong • Stay Safe – Early Childhood

Materials by Lesson - UPDATED 2023

Lesson 1: Assertiveness – Updated

Lesson 2: The Power of Kind Words – Updated

Lesson 3: Keeping My Body Safe – Updated

Lesson 4: Stopping Neglect and Physical Abuse – Updated

About the Program

Stand Strong • Stay Safe – Early Childhood is a safety education curriculum that teaches 3- to 7-year-old children the assertiveness and emotional literacy skills they need to build positive communities, stand up for themselves, and get help when faced with unsafe situations. Through age-appropriate lessons, students are prepared to recognize and report bullying, abuse, and neglect. Our updated curriculum features an improved script, new characters, and a culturally sensitive and trauma-informed approach to this important conversation.

Curriculum Training

Curriculum training prepares educators and volunteers to teach this program in PreK-1st Grade classrooms. Support, coaching, and materials needed for implementation are included in the training.

Training Goals

Participants of curriculum training will:

  • Understand how adverse childhood experiences and trauma affect children
  • Be able to recognize signs of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse andrespond appropriately to disclosures
  • Learn effective implementation techniques for each lesson throughdemonstration and practice
  • Connect with ChildBuilders’ staff for ongoing support and coaching
  • Gain access to all curricula and materials needed to implement the program.

Curriculum Includes

  • 4 interactive 20-minute lessons
  • Presentations with puppet shows and role-play
  • Home Connections
  • Access to Parent Guide in Spanish and English
  • Follow-up activities to use throughout the year

Training Details

Time: 4 Hours, including CE Credits for Texas teachers, social workers, and LPC’s.

Cost: $225 per participant, minimum of 8 participants

Includes digital curriculum and materials.

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