Ralphie's Safety Storytime: No Pushing!
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Ralphie's Safety Story: No Pushing

Ralphie’s Safety Storytime: No Pushing!

The Ralphie Stories are being created by Brooke to make sure everyone can follow the rules and stay safe at Homeschool Connections.

Each story will bring up an issue with safety and make sure to address the issue so that we can keep everyone safe. She will try to create a new story about Ralphie and safety issues that may occur on our campuses on a regular basis.

Ralphie and Julia were walking to find a table in the lunchroom. They found a perfect table where they could sit down and enjoy their lunch. Suddenly Evie tried to sit down with them. Ralphie didn’t like that though. He wanted his table all to himself and Julia. So instead of using his words, Ralphie pushed Evie out of her chair!

“Ralphie!” cried Julia, “You’re not allowed to push others, that’s not kind. Use your words to tell Evie how you’re feeling.”

“Wow, you’re right, Julia,” said Ralphie, “I’m sorry, Evie. Next time I’ll use my words instead of being physical.”

Then Evie forgave Ralphie and they all ate their lunch together at the SAME table. “Remember to always use your words, kids,” said Ralphie, “Instead of being mean and pushing someone as I did. Always be kind!”