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 Search through the lesson plans, coloring pages and handouts for water safety education in classrooms, community groups, Sunday schools, day cares, summer camps, neighborhood associations and at your own kitchen table. 


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Recognizing Drowning

Vittone_Pia_It Doesn't Look Like They're Drowning_2006 (pdf)

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International Water Safety Day

2019 IWSD Elementary School Lesson Plan (pdf)

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2019 IWSD Middle School Lesson Plan (pdf)

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2019 IWSD Community Lesson Plan (pdf)

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American red cross

American Red Cross_Water Safety Tips (pdf)

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American Red Cross_Water Safety Tips_Spanish (pdf)

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American Red Cross_Water Safety Skills (pdf)

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American Red Cross_Circle of Prevention (pdf)

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American Red Cross_Chain of Survival (pdf)

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Water Watcher Print Out

When everyone is watching, no one is watching.

There should always be ONE person who knows the signs of drowning who is designated to watch the water at gatherings. No phone, no texts, no drinking or gabbing. Trade responsibilities frequently. A tacky necklace helps keep everyone accountable.

Print out this totally tacky "Official Water Watcher" Paper Medallion and attach  it to a set of Mardi Gras beads. It should be very loud and very proud!

WaterWatcher (pdf)

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