Water safety

Water safety

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  • Im so hot! can we go for a swim?
  • Sure Talia, the water looks great.
  • We have to be careful because the ocean looks very dangerous and we don't know how deep the water is.
  • You know, diving in shallow water can cause serious spinal and neck injuries so its important to know how deep the water is before jumping.
  • It does look rough, looks like there are some rips out there.
  • There's soap in the water
  • Make sure that your little sister wears her life jacket and both of you must swim between the flags.
  • Talia and her older sister Holly are planning to go for a swim.
  • Calm down Talia, I guarantee you that we will be just fine. Come on scary cat.
  • We shouldn't be swimming here. I can't see any flags and I don't have my life jacket. I could drown.
  • The ocean looks very dangerous so they must be careful.
  • If I jump in and can't swim, Holly could drown trying to save me.
  • Why can't I swim like my sister?
  • I'm feeling pressured but I know that if I jump in, it could be dangerous.
  • Dad thinks that there are rips and mum tells Holly to make sure that Talia wears her life jacket and that they swim between the flags.
  • Im not sure about this Holly. I don't know how deep the water is and there could be sharp rocks.
  • Come on Talia, you will be fine.
  • Holly is not thinking about her sisters safety. She just wants to go for a swim.
  • Talia is thinking about all the consequences that could occur if she jumps in the water without any safety measures.
  • Talia is feeling pressured but, she knows she can't swim well without her life jacket.
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