Overall Review for Grade 2:
- Healthy identification: everyone is unique with personal strengths and weaknesses.
- Positive introduction to social and family relationships to include outside support to families such as civic organizations, religious organizations, child care providers, and community support organizations
- Not clear how the teacher facilitates Presentation 2.3, Slide 6 for how to handle unpleasant feelings.
- Seems to overemphasize the bad touching.
- Three PowerPoint Presentations
- Supplemental List
Note: The following was listed as part of the curriculum but was not available at the time of review. Content of these materials may render a change in the color assessment. Parents are encouraged to contact Loudoun County Public Schools to make available these materials for review.
- Teacher Resource Kit
- Talking About Touching: A Personal Safety Curriculum
- Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum
- Body Talk 3: My Special Body
- Dealing With Feelings
- Is It Okay: How to Stay Safe
- Let Me Tell You How I Feel
- Aaron’s Door—Miska Miles
- Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day—Judith Voirst
- Boy, Was I Mad!—Kathryn Hitte
- Dendelion-Don Freeman
- Danile Discovers Daniel—John Barrett
- Free to Be…A Family—Mario Thomas
- Grandma’s House—Elaine Moore
- Grandma’s Promise—Elaine Moore
- Ish—Peter Reynolds
- Noisy Nancy Morris—Lou Ann Gaeddert
- Odd Velvet—Mary Whitcomb
- Scram, Kid!—Ann McGovern
- The Cat Ate My Gymsuit—Paula Danziger
- Where the Wild Things Are—Maurice Sendak