Talking About Touching: Personal Safety for Pre/K–Grade 3

"There are so many children who are not given
all the information. It’s surprising where the gaps
are. The Talking About Touching program
addresses the gaps."

Barbara Fraser, Second-Grade Teacher
Our Lady of the Lake School
Seattle, Washington

The Talking About Touching program uses time-honored, developmentally appropriate teaching techniques to help children learn safety skills. These include refusing and reporting unsafe touches but also encompass basic safety skills (such as for cars, bikes, and fire) and the Always Ask First Rule. It’s a great way to talk to young children about sensitive but essential topics.

  • Fully scripted photo-lesson cards
  • Teacher's Guide
  • Family letters
  • What Do I Say Now? DVD
  • Developmentally appropriate
  • Teacher-friendly
  • Research-based

Talking About Touching Pre/K Kit


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  •  800-634-4449
  •  206-343-1223
  • Mon–Fri 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
    (Pacific time)
  •  2815 Second Ave., Suite 400
    Seattle, WA 98121

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