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Monday, August 15, 2011

Thursday Theme Song/ABC Wednesday: E for Emergency

I have been teaching safety and use this song. I had to change 911 to 111 as this is our emergency numbers in New Zealand.









http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVObBXma7bM

This is the SONG ONLY version about dialing 9-1-1 intended to teach 3 major concepts. It directs children to dial 9-1-1 if they're in trouble AND they're alone, tells them to give their name, address, and problem, and informs them of the 3 kinds of help they can expect (ambulance, fire truck, police). Grancie48's Channel

http://hootin--anni.blogspot.com/

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111 emergency numbers Song,

If there is trouble and you are alone,
Call for help on your telephone.

111 111
pick up the phone and dial 111
111 are the numbers
you push on the telephone.

Save a life with these numbers,
Someone else or your own.

Give your name,
Give your address too.
And then tell what is troubling you.

111 111
pick up the phone and dial 111
111 are the numbers
you push on the telephone.

Save a life with these numbers,
Someone else or your own.

Ambulance and fire trucks too,
And police can come to help you.

111 111
pick up the phone and dial 111
pick up the phone and dial 111


If there's serious trouble and it's dangerous,
And there's no one there to help you out,
Just pick up the phone and dial 911,
That's what this is all about!

911 . . . can get the firemen.
911 . . . can get police.
911 . . . can get the ambulance.
911 . . . only for emergencies!

If there's serious trouble and it's dangerous,
And there's no one there to help you out,
Just pick up the phone and dial 911,http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif
That's what this is all about!

911 . . . can get the firemen.
911 . . . can get police.
911 . . . can get the ambulance.
911 . . . only for emergencies!
911
911

CALL!
http://www.songsforteaching.com/intellitunes/911emergencies.htm

14 comments:

Ginny said...

Well, 111 is sure easier for everyone to remember than 91!!

rainfield61 said...

If I call 111, give my name and address, can they help me?

But do not know what does 111 mean in Malaysia.

Ann said...

Today, the constable who has been giving Safety lessons, told the children that at 3.30pm, that's when the kids come back to school, there is a lot of hoax calls from the kids.
The kids are told the parents are fined to warn them not to play on the phone.

Rainfield, the number to call is 999 in Malaysia.

Reader Wil said...

Very instructive Ann! Our emergency number is 112.
Thanks for your comment on my grandchildren's eyes. What is flipping eyes?

EG Wow said...

Excellent. It's good for kids to know the emergency number and a song is a great way for them to learn it.

Cildemer said...

Wonderful choice for ABC Wednesday with very nice shots!
Thanks for sharing, Ann;o)

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Hope you are having a nice and happy week****

George said...

This song is a great way to teach children to use 111. This is a wonderful 'E' post.

Ruth said...

Quick responses save so many lives! and many are from kids.

My friend did lose someone too soon, Ann. Susie's 5-year-old granddaughter was killed in a car wreck Monday. Thanks for stopping by. I know it means a lot to her, as it does to me.

Gattina said...

We have 100 as emergency call in Belgium and 112 is for whole Europe.

Linda said...

Good advice and an interesting set if photos.

Linda
aBC Team Wednesday

Carver said...

Great post for the letter E.

Al said...

Nice shots. I don't remember that song. In England it's 999 (at least that is what it was when I grew up many years ago). And I always thought that was strange, because on the rotary phones which everybody had back then, that takes forever to dial!

Patty said...

Excellent post. Enjoyed the photos. We use 911 here. Hope you have been well. Looking forward to more visits. I now have time on my hands, well, more so than ever.

Roger Owen Green said...

important info

btw, your kiwi snow is from the moisture from the melted ice cap in the Antarctic, which usually protects nz from such cold. you have to look at global temperatures, not local weather.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team