Parents and teachers can use this story to help children develop the personal safety strategies of the Protective Behaviours Program.
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This book tells the story of Jasmine’s excursion to the zoo. Jasmine becomes lost and feels unsafe. She recognises the butterflies in her tummy as her early warning signs. So she uses her network to find help.
What is Jasmine going to do when she gets lost at the zoo? She asks her zoo friends for help but everyone is so busy! Jasmine still has butterflies in her tummy so she keeps asking for help until she feels safe again.
Parents and teachers can use this story to help children develop the personal safety strategies of the Protective Behaviours Program. This book includes a personal safety activity sheet.
About the Author:
Justine O'Malley (BA Education) is a child safety advocate who has worked in the field of child protection for the past 14 years. She specialises in the area of early childhood.
For ages: 2 to 8 years
Also by Justine O'Malley: Michael's Bubbles
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