Signals for Safety
Starting with the Acadia National Park quarter, the students will research on the park’s website, listen to a text, and discuss the importance of safety signals. The students will create a class list of safety signs and signals and use the “Show Me the Signs and Signals” worksheet to match signs with vehicles. They will create a new safety sign or symbol that can be used at school. They will also write a paragraph comparing a lighthouse to another safety signal.
Acadia National Park Quarter Reverse
United States Map
Show Me the Signs and Signals
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- People, Places, and Environment