A Learning Activities set which helps to teach young children the basic life skills needed to deal with emergencies, bullying and stranger ‘danger’ – (instead of being helpless or the victim). The purpose of this set is to provide parents, carers and teachers with additional resources to help reinforce what they may already be teaching or have already taught, separate to the (3) Sue Series eBooks. Now you can give children a better chance of remembering how to be aware and act, when faced with a difficult or dangerous situation. Print selected curriculum-friendly activity pages and check lists to use at home or for a whole class. Laminate selected pages for durability and use markers and wipe clean, or use individual pages to create flash cards, posters or reminders – (105 pages).The worksheets help children to remember how to recognise an emergency; who the people are who will help them; how to recognise a ‘nine’ and 'one'; how many ‘nines' and 'ones' they need to press; how many ‘three’ is; their name, address and phone number; what it really means to be brave, smart and strong, and to be ‘BIG’; and helps them to remember the three important questions they need to answer so they know whether to take action and get the help, (by using the special numbers: 9-1-1).These worksheets help to reinforce with children to know when there is or is not a bullying situation; the signs that someone is being bullied or is a bully; what can happen to a child being bullied (or who is a bully); the reasons why it is important to tell someone about a bullying incident and tell on someone who is bullying; to remember that bullying can happen anywhere; and what to do when someone else is being bullied. These activites also help to install in children how to recognise ‘stranger danger’ and steps for taking action. Children can learn and remember who they are allowed to be with and where they are allowed to go; what to say and not say to a ‘stranger’; what to do to get away from a 'stranger'; who can help if a ‘stranger’ approaches them; and the importance of the special number: ‘911’ (Nine-One-One). They also learn how to know if someone else is involved a 'stranger danger' situation and the steps that should be taken to help that person. Select individual pages to meet different learning needs by choosing what area to work on, i.e.: children can work with shapes and colours while they learn about the roles of special people in our communities. Other curriculum related areas are: Letters and numbers, spelling and vocabulary, shapes and colours, writing and drawing, sorting and matching, community and social responsibilities, education, safety and well-being, drama and self-expression. Helping Little Kids be BIG – by Teaching Children to be Brave, Smart and Strong!