Safe at Home with Pooh

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  • POOH"S THOTFUL SPOT
  • You're going out in the Hundred-Acre Wood, b-by yourself?
  • Where are you going?
  • To my grandma's house for supper.
  • POOH"S THOTFUL SPOT
  • Is-is it safe?
  • Sure. And it feels great to go out on your own sometimes.
  • Not scary?
  • My Mom and Dad say i'm big enough now.
  • I know i can do it.
  • Maybe you can, Pooh.But it's too hard for a very small animal like me to stay safe.
  • POOH"S THOTFUL SPOT
  • It was a little at first. But my mom wrote down the Stay-Safe Rules for me. Once you know them, being on your own isn't scary at all.
  • You are small, but you can learn to stay-safe, too. The most important thing to remember is--Don't ever talk to strangers.
  • Can we learn the Stay-Safe Rules?
  • One fine day Winnie the Pooh and Piglet were sitting together in their thoughtful spot, and when they happened to look up, Christopher Robin was walking down the path.
  • Piglet was scared to know where Christoher Robin will go.
  • Christopher Robin showed the Stay-Safe Rules to Winnie the Pooh and Piglet.
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