Personal Body Safety Classes (K-2)

Students learn the difference between “good touches” and “bad touches” and how to stay safe around strangers.

Educational Objectives

1. To help define good touch and bad touch.
2. To help students understand which adults they can trust and which adults they shouldn’t trust.
3. To teach students how to respond when they think they’re in danger.

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“CLIMB always does such a great job of putting things into a language that makes it easy for students to understand.”Jane Fischer, 2nd grade teacher

Logistical Info

Grades: K-2
Length: 40 minutes
Max audience size: 35 per class
Max classes per day: 7
Price: $639/per day of classes, plus travel

Learning to set boundaries in terms of physical touch is a very important skill for children to learn. In this class, students meet Oscar B. Cautious and discover how to know which adults to trust and distrust, the difference between “good touches” and “bad touches,” and what to do when you think you might be in danger. This class handles this sensitive topic in a creative but respectful way, empowering kids to stay safe.

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“Because the ‘big three’ rules at our school are being respectful, responsible, and safe, the CLIMB performance was especially pertinent!”Ann Uzendoski, math/reading specialist