Peanut's Emergency Safety Rules

Peanut's Emergency Safety Rules
Review safety rules and have students write their emergency contact information in the fields provided on this printable. Remind students what to do and who to contact in case of an emergency.

Grade Levels: Pre-K - 2

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Peanut's Emergency
Cristina Salat

Peanut knows what an emergency is. There are fires, accidents, and shipwrecks, but when nobody comes to pick her up after school Peanut isn't sure if she is having an emergency. Adorable Peanut, exuberant and full of life in Tammie Lyon's cheerful illustrations, will win over the hearts of young and old as she remembers her safety rules and the steps to take in an emergency. Young readers and parents will have a "sunshine happy, stamp-your-sneakers feeling good" time with Peanut.
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