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Safe and Sound: Learning About Our Bodies

One sunny day, Tim and Lily were playing in the park. They loved climbing and running.

Where were Tim and Lily playing?

  • A) In the park
  • B) In the classroom
  • C) At home
  • D) In a library
Young boy, fair skin, brown hair, blue eyes and Young girl, tanned skin, blonde hair, green eyes play, introducing characters and park setting.

As they played, Lily scraped her knee. Tim saw it and called for help.

What body part did Lily hurt?

  • A) Her arm
  • B) Her knee
  • C) Her head
  • D) Her foot
Young girl, tanned skin, blonde hair, green eyes gets a scrape, showing knees as body parts.

Mom came over and smiled. 'Don't worry, your skin will heal!' she said.

What is the body part that heals?

  • A) Muscles
  • B) Bones
  • C) Skin
  • D) Hair
Adult woman, tanned skin, brown hair, brown eyes helps, introducing skin as a body part.

Tim touched his head. 'So our skin is like a superhero!' he cheered.

What body part did Tim touch?

  • A) His leg
  • B) His stomach
  • C) His head
  • D) His back
Young boy, fair skin, brown hair, blue eyes imagines skin as superhero, emphasizing head.

Mom nodded. 'Yes, and it's important to keep our skin safe and clean!'

What does Mom say is important about skin?

  • A) To keep it safe and clean
  • B) To keep it colorful
  • C) To keep it hot
  • D) To keep it dry
Adult woman, tanned skin, brown hair, brown eyes agrees, talks about skin care.

Lily pointed at her eyes. 'Can we protect our eyes too?' she asked.

What body part did Lily ask about?

  • A) Her ears
  • B) Her eyes
  • C) Her nose
  • D) Her mouth
Young girl, tanned skin, blonde hair, green eyes asks about eyes, introduces eyes as body parts.

Mom showed her sunglasses. 'These are like shields for your eyes,' she explained.

What does Mom compare sunglasses to?

  • A) Shields
  • B) Hats
  • C) Capes
  • D) Gloves
Adult woman, tanned skin, brown hair, brown eyes uses sunglasses for eyes' protection.

'And we can wear helmets to protect our heads,' said Tim, thinking of his bike helmet.

What does Tim suggest to protect heads?

  • A) Helmets
  • B) Glasses
  • C) Boots
  • D) Scarves
Young boy, fair skin, brown hair, blue eyes relates helmets to protecting heads.

Looking curious, Lily asked, 'Are there parts of our body we keep private?'

What is Lily curious about?

  • A) Private body parts
  • B) Public places
  • C) Outdoor games
  • D) Favorite foods
Young girl, tanned skin, blonde hair, green eyes inquires about private body parts.

'Yes,' Mom answered. 'Parts covered by our swimsuits are private parts.'

How does Mom describe private parts?

  • A) Covered by our swimsuits
  • B) Covered by our glasses
  • C) Covered by our hats
  • D) Covered by our shoes
Adult woman, tanned skin, brown hair, brown eyes defines private parts for Young girl, tanned skin, blonde hair, green eyes.

Tim and Lily both understood that they should not show or touch private parts in public.

Where should we not show or touch private parts?

  • A) In public
  • B) At home
  • C) In school
  • D) In the bathroom
Young boy, fair skin, brown hair, blue eyes and Young girl, tanned skin, blonde hair, green eyes learn about privacy.

'And if someone makes you feel odd about your body, tell me or a teacher,' Mom reminded them.

Who should the kids tell if they feel uncomfortable?

  • A) A stranger
  • B) Their friend
  • C) Their mom or a teacher
  • D) No one
Adult woman, tanned skin, brown hair, brown eyes gives advice on uncomfortable situations.

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