This week’s theme is how to keep safe during the summer holiday.
We talked about lots of different aspects about keeping safe including being safe on the road, at the beach, near water, in the sun and stranger danger.
It can feel nice to sunbathe but it can be dangerous.
The sun’s rays can damage your skin.
The sun’s rays can burn your skin.
The sun is strongest between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., even on cloudy days.
Swimming and playing in the sea and swimming pools is fun but it can be hazardous if you are not careful.
Some sea creatures, such as jellyfish, can sting you.
Some water, such as water in lakes and ponds, can be very dirty.
The water can get deep very quickly. Sometimes, the waves can carry you too far from the shore.
Tips to protect you in water:
Swim with an adult, use armbands if needed, swim in the sea on a beach with a lifeguard. Only swim when the sea is calm.