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HEALTH

Learners Materials
UNIT 1

This instructional material was collaboratively


developed and reviewed by educators from public
and private schools, colleges, and or/universities. We
encourage
teachers
and
other
education
stakeholders to email their feedback, comments,
and recommendations to the Department of
Education at action@deped.gov.ph.

Department of Education
Republic of the Philippines

Health Grade 3
Learners Material
First Edition, 2013
ISBN: 978-971-0468-21-8
Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in
any work of Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the
government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary
for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among
other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties.
Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, picture, photos, brand,
names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective
copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim
ownership over them.
Published by the Department of Education
Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC
Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D.
Development Team of the Learners Material
Reviewers: Mark Kenneth S. Camiling, Rhodora L. Formento, Evelina M.
Authors:

Vicencio
Rizaldy R. Cristo, Minerva C. David, Aidena Nuesca, Jennifer E.
Quinto, Gezyl G. Ramos, Emerson O. Sabadlab

Illustrator: Eric de S. Guia, Fermin M. Fabella, Raemon C. Dela Pea


Encoders: Danica Nicole G. Baa
Proof reviewer: Salvacion Olinares
Focal Person: Nerisa M. Beltran
Department of Education Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (Dep Ed IMCS)
Office Address:

5th Floor Mabini Bldg. DepEd Complex


Meralco Avenue, Pasig City
Philippines 1600

Telefax:

(02) 634 1054 or 634 1072

E mail Address:

imcsetd@yahoo.com

Table of Contents

Quarter 1 Nutrition ................................................................. 1

Lesson 1: Good or bad nutrition ......................................... 5


Lesson 2: Are you under eating? ....................................... 7
Lesson 3: Vitamins for life ..................................................... 10
Lesson 4: Minerals for life ..................................................... 13
Lesson 5: Are you overeating? ........................................... 16
Lesson 6: Eat just right........................................................... 18
Lesson 7: Grow with healthy food ...................................... 21
Lesson 8: Healthy with clean and safe food .................... 25
Lesson 9: Maintain a healthy life style ............................... 29

QUARTER 1

NUTRITION
INTRODUCTION:
Proper nutrition is important for your good health. This module will
help you understand the importance of balanced diet in good
nutrition. It also hopes to enable you to make good food choices
and maintain healthy lifestyle. So now, get ready to learn and be
healthy. Remember, it is important to eat well and live well!

Lesson 1: Good or Bad Malnutrition


Lets Try!
Look at the pictures.

Picture 1: Rod

Picture 2: Lee

Picture 3: Romy

Who among the children is healthy? Why?


Who is not healthy? Why?

Lets Do This!
Compare Rod, Lee and Romy. Fill out the chart.
Lee

Rod

Romy

How he looks
How you think he feels
What you think he can do
What you think he CANT
do

Lets Remember!

Finish the sentence.


Malnutrition is
_____________________________________________________

Lets Check!
What is a healthy child?
Describe a healthy child. Use your own words.
What is malnutrition?
Answer using the word map below:

Lesson 2: Are you under eating?


Lets Do!
Activity 1: A Story of Two Children
Read the stories of two children who are both 8 years old: M
and K.
M

M does not have appetite to eat; she is thin. She is also the
smallest child in her class. M wakes up late and is always in a hurry
to go to school. She often misses breakfast. Its a long walk to
school and she arrives in class feeling weak and very tired. She
feels sleepy and cannot understand the lesson. At home, lunch is
rice and water with salt since her family is poor. M got sick. The
doctor at the barangay health center said that M is suffering from
malnutrition.
Answer the following questions:
1. How does M look?
2. How does she feel?
3. What does M eat?
4. What is M suffering from?
5. What does M lack in her diet?
K
K is suffering from burn and has been in the hospital for
weeks. He and his little brother were playing with matches and
their house caught fire. K cannot eat. He finds it hard to chew and
swallow food. He has lost a lot of weight and is already very thin.
Answer the following questions:
1. How does K look?
2. How does he feel?
3. What cant K eat?
4. What might happen to K? Why?

Activity 2: Draw Me a Picture


Draw a picture of M or K.

Lets Remember!

Finish the following sentences under your picture:


1. Protein-energy malnutrition is a kind of _____________________.
2. In protein-energy malnutrition, there is lack of the nutrients
______________ and ________________ in the diet.
3. A child with protein-energy malnutrition
looks
_______________________________________________________.
feels ________________________________________________________.
cannot____________________________________________________
__.

Lets Check!
On the space before the number: write True if the statement is
correct, write False if the statement is wrong.
___1. A child who eats too little suffers from over nutrition.
___2. A child who eats too much suffers from malnutrition.
___3. A child who suffers from protein-energy malnutrition is stout.
___4. A child with protein-energy malnutrition does not learn well.
___5. A child with protein-energy malnutrition lacks protein and
carbohydrates in the diet.

Lesson 3: Vitamins For Life?

Lets Do!
Activity 1
Study the pictures below.
Describe the children.

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Activity 2: Know Your Vitamins


Match the deficiencies in column A with the vitamin a person
needs in column B.
Draw a line to connect them.
A

1. Scurvy

A. Vitamin A

2. Beri-beri

B. Vitamin B

3. Rickets

C. Vitamin C

4. Night blindness

D. Vitamin D
E. Vitamin E

Lets Remember!

Vitamins are nutrients that help regulate body functions. A


person who lacks vitamins in the body will suffer nutritional
deficiencies.

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Lets Check!
What will happen if we dont get enough vitamins?
Name the vitamins needed for each situation.
1. Jane finds it hard to read her favorite book. Her eyes are
itching and burning.
____________________________________________________
2. Francis has dry and scaly skin. He gets tired easily and has
muscle pains.
____________________________________________________
3. Leah often has nose and gum bleeding. Her wounds also
do not heal easily.
_____________________________________________________
4. Greg cannot walk and stand properly. He has weak bones
and muscles.
_____________________________________________________
Choose one vitamin. Make a slogan on how to prevent vitamin
deficiency.
Content:

5 points

Structure: 3 points
Creativity: 2 points
10 points

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Lesson 4: Minerals For Life

Lets Check!

I.

Identify the signs and symptoms for each deficiency.


Write in the appropriate column.

Dizziness
Paleness
Cramps

Joint pains
Brittle nails
Sleeplessness

Iron- Deficiency
Anemia

Iodine- Deficiency

Slow growth
Difficult swallowing
Slow mental growth
Calcium- Deficiency

II. What minerals do these foods contain?


A. Write your answers on the blank.
S

milk

se

seaweeds

cheese

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fish

Malunggay leaves

chicken

Mussels
shrimps

crabs

clams

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III.

Match the deficiency in Column A to the healthy foods in


Column B. Draw a line to connect.
B

Rickets

Iron-deficiency anemia

Goiter

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Lesson 5: Are you overeating?

Lets Do!
Activity 1: A Letter For My Friend
Read the letter below.
Dear Friend,
How are you doing? You have been absent in school for a
week now. I called your house. Your father told me that you get
easily tired and you find it hard to breathe. I asked if we can play
after school but he said you cannot. Your father said you do not
also want to go to school because you are afraid to be teased as
a fat kid. Please call me so I can tell you our homework. Come to
school again soon.
Love, Your Friend
Answer the following questions:
1. Why is the friend not going to school?
2. How does the friend look like?
3. What is the friend suffering from?
4. What foods did the friend eat that made him fat?
Activity 2: Eat all you can!
Draw your favorite food.

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Lets Remember!

Finish the following sentences under your picture:


1. Obesity is a kind of _____________________.
2. In obesity, there is lack of ______________ and excess
________________ in the diet.
3. A child with obesity
looks___________________________________________.
feels______________________________________________________.
cannot___________________________________________________.

Lets Check!
On the space before the number: write True is the statement is
correct, write False if the statement is wrong.
___1. A child who eats too much suffers from under nutrition.
___2. A child who eats too much suffers from obesity.
___3. A child who suffers from obesity is skinny.
___4. A child with obesity performs limited physical activities only.
___5. A child with obesity lacks protein and carbohydrates in the
diet.

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Lesson 6: Eat Just Right!


Lets Try!
What are your favorite foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner?
Draw on the plates below.

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

Are these healthy?


Is it okay to eat too much or too less? Why?

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Lets Do!

Activity 2: Create Your Own Menu!

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Lets Check!
I. Use the Food Pyramid Guide to plan a balanced breakfast,
lunch and dinner.
Write inside the notepads.

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

II. Complete the sentences below.


If I eat too less, I may
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
If I eat too much, I may
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
If I eat just right, I may
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
____
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Lesson 7: Grow with Healthy Food

Lets Try!
Can you find the hidden names of nutritious foods?
Find these and write on your notebook.

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Lets Do!

Activity 1: Match Me!


What do we get from eating nutritious food?
Match the picture to the correct word.

Carbohydrates

Calcium

Pictureofrootcrops(kamote,
cassava,corn)

Vitamins

Minerals

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Activity 2: My Everyday Maze


What are other foods that we need to eat more everyday?

START

Draw a carbohydraterich food.

Draw a vitamin-rich
food.

Draw a mineral-rich
food.

TIME OUT!
Lets Drink a glass of
milk
Draw a glass of milk

A Healthy and
Balanced You

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Lets Check!
Why do we need to eat protein-rich foods?
Why do we need to avoid salty and fatty foods?
Write the reasons below.

YestoProtein!
IfIeatproteinrichfoods,Iwill
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________

NotoSaltandFat!
IfIeattoosaltyandfattyfoods,Iwill
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________

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Lesson 8: Healthy with Clean and Safe Food

Lets Try!

Sing the song to the tune of Row, row, row your boat
Eat clean and safe food
Do it everyday
Happily, happily, happily, happily
We will be healthy
Lets Do!

Activity 1: Whats wrong?


Study the picture.

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Activity 2: Choose and Tell


Decide whether the picture shows proper ways to have clean and
safe food.
If not write what must be done in your notebook.

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Activity 3: Agree or Disagree?


Which of the following practices do you like or dislike?
Check ( ) the column.

Agree

Practices

Disgaree

I will keep cabinets and other


food storage areas clean and
dry.
I will wash vegetables and fruits
with soap and water.
I will leave utensils in the sink after
using these.
I will reheat leftover foods.
I will serve food in clean dishes.
I will eat lunch by the road.
I will eat expired foods.
I will use clean pots in cooking.

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Lets Check!
A. Provide the missing word on the blank. Use the picture to
guide you.
Wash _______________

, and __________

before and after eating.

Store_______________________

in a

cool and dry place .


_______________ food to avoid germs carried
by _________.

B. Complete the phrases below:


1. I will not eat uncovered leftover food
because_____________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________
________
2. I will wash fruits and vegetables before cooking or eating
to________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
____________
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Lesson 9: Maintain A Healthy Life Style

Lets Do!
Activity 1
Read the story assigned to your group.
Story A
Kuya Ramon is always drinking beer at the sari-sari store.
After drinking, he often stumbles and falls when going home.
Sometimes he gets into a fight. Sometimes other people dont
want to drink with him. His family fears him when he is drunk
because he gets angry and sometimes beat his children. He has
also grown thinner since he doesnt eat well and prefers beer.
Answer the following questions:
1.
What can you say about Kuya Ramon?
2.
Is this lifestyle of drinking often healthy? Why or why
not?
3.
What should Kuya Ramon do?
Story B
Susans father smokes cigarettes. He smokes inside the
house. He thinks the children will not be affected since he smokes
when the children are not around. Susan has a cough that
doesnt seem to heal and is always coming back after a few days.
When Susan was brought to the doctor, the doctor asked if
someone smokes in the family. Susans mother explained that the
children are not harmed by her husbands smoking if they are not
around. The doctor explained about third-hand smoke. Smoke
from cigarettes gets trapped in the curtains and furniture in the
house. Hence, the children will still breathe the polluted air from
the trapped smokes chemicals.
Answer the following questions:
1.
2.
3.

What can you say about Susans father?


Is this lifestyle of smoking healthy? Why or why not?
What should Susans father do?

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Activity 2
Choose the healthy foods and activities.
Write your answer in your notebook.

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Lets us Check!
Copy and check on the column that corresponds to your answer.
Activities

Often

Seldom

Never

1. Drink milk daily.


2. Eat breakfast regularly.
3. Eat junk food for snacks.
4. Watch television all day.
5. Drink three bottles of soda a day.
6. Drink a lot of natural fruit juices.
7. Drink 8 10 glasses of water daily.
8. Stay close to a smoking person.
9. Play active games with friends on
Saturdays.
10. Play computer games until late
at night.

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Lets Do this at Home


What makes a healthy lifestyle?
Provide the missing letters to form the word being described.
1. Eating the right kind and right amount of food
B

2. Doing this will help your body to be strong and you will not easily
get sick, you will control your weight and have fun.
R

3. It can cause lung cancer and infection, allergies and asthma.


S

4. Unhealthy beverages that commonly leads to malnutrition and


vitamin deficiencies
L

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HEALTH
Learners Materials
UNIT 2

This instructional material was collaboratively


developed and reviewed by educators from public
and private schools, colleges, and or/universities. We
encourage
teachers
and
other
education
stakeholders to email their feedback, comments,
and recommendations to the Department of
Education at action@deped.gov.ph.

Department of Education
Republic of the Philippines
30

Health Grade 3
Learners Material
First Edition, 2013
ISBN: 978-971-0468-21-8
Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall subsist in
any work of Government of the Philippines. However, prior approval of the
government agency or office wherein the work is created shall be necessary
for exploitation of such work for profit. Such agency or office may, among
other things, impose as a condition the payment of royalties.
Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, picture, photos, brand,
names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by their respective
copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not represent nor claim
ownership over them.
Published by the Department of Education
Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC
Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D.
Development Team of the Learners Material
Reviewers: Mark Kenneth S. Camiling, Rhodora L. Formento, Evelina M.
Authors:

Vicencio
Rizaldy R. Cristo, Minerva C. David, Aidena Nuesca, Jennifer E.
Quinto, Gezyl G. Ramos, Emerson O. Sabadlab

Illustrator: Eric de S. Guia, Fermin M. Fabella, Raemon C. Dela Pea


Encoders: Danica Nicole G. Baa
Proof reviewer: Salvacion Olinares
Focal Person: Nerisa M. Beltran

Department of Education Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (Dep Ed IMCS)


Office Address:

5th Floor Mabini Bldg. DepEd Complex


Meralco Avenue, Pasig City
Philippines 1600

Telefax:

(02) 634 1054 or 634 1072

E mail Address:

imcsetd@yahoo.com

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Table of Contents

Quarter 2 Personal Health/Prevention and Control of Diseases


and Disorders

Lesson 1: Health and wellness ............................................ 2


Lesson 2: Sickness troubles .................................................. 7
Lesson 3: Factors on the go ................................................ 10
Lesson 4: Be healthy with clean body ............................... 13
Lesson 5: Build up for a healthy fight ................................. 17
Lesson 6: Get protection from your health ....................... 22
Lesson 7: Clean for better health ....................................... 26
Lesson 8: Living up a healthy life ........................................ 29

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QUARTER 2

PERSONAL HEALTH
PREVENTION OF DISEASES

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INTRODUCTION:
Good health keeps us away from diseases. Taking care of oneself
is one way to be healthy. This module will help you understand
health and wellness to practice healthy habits to prevent
common childhood diseases. So now, get ready to learn and be
healthy. Always remember that health is wealth but we need to
work for it.

Lesson 1: Health and Wellness


Lets Try!
Healthy Idols
Do you know a healthy person? Write the name of the healthy
people that you know. List or draw as many as you can.

Answer: What makes them healthy? What is health?

Lets Do This!

Activity 1: Healthy One


Draw yourself inside the circle.
What are the activities that make you healthy?

Health is the complete well-being of body, mind, feeling,


spirit and relationship with others.

Activity 2: Wellness on Go
Which pictures show a healthy person? Encircle the correct
pictures.

Good health is called wellness.

Activity 3: Lets Go for Health and Wellness


Use the codes to unlock the message for wellness. Write your
answer on the boxes provided.

Healthy lifestyle equals wellness.


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Lets Check!
Healthy Promise
Write your own healthy promise. Sign at the bottom of your
promise. Ask your parents also to sign.

MY HEALTHY PROMISE

I promise to keep my body healthy.


I will ______________________________.
I will ______________________________.
I will ______________________________.

I will ______________________________.

Pupils Name: ___________________________


Parents Signature: ______________________

Lesson 2: Sickness Troubles

Lets Try!
Oh My, Im Sick!
Have you been sick?
List diseases that you have experienced.

Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Sickness Bingo
Complete the human bingo.
You may ask the help of your family and friends.
Write their names on the appropriate boxes.
Has Colds today

Got Dengue

Was absent in class


because of
Influenza/ Flu

Experienced
Parasitic intestinal
infestation

Knows what is
Malara

Had Chickenpox

Had
Sore Eyes

Read about
Tuberculosis

Got Measles when


still a baby

Heard news about


Meningococcemia

Suffered from
Pediculosis

Had Mumps

Activity 2: Just Cant Forget It


When was the last time you got sick? How did you feel?
What did you do about it?
Write a short paragraph about your experience.
Put a title to your work.

Disease is an abnormal condition of the body which affects


the normal function of our body and mind. There are diseases
which commonly affect young children like you.

Lets Check!
Health Advisory
Visit your barangay health center.
Ask for a recent health advisory/news on diseases.
Make a poster about the advisory you learned.
Include a brief description, its effect and who are mostly affected.
Be ready to present it in your class.

Lesson 3: Factors on the Go


Lets Try!
Picture Says
Study the pictures below.
What does each picture show?

Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Sickness Factors
Identify the contributing factors of diseases.
Write H if it is Heredity, L if it is Lifestyle and E if it is environment.
Put your answers on the blank provided.
________ 1. Mang Pedro got lung disease because of smoking.
________ 2. Rene has a family medical history of heart disease.
________ 3. Lito acquired diabetes from eating too much sweets
and fats.

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________ 4. There was a malaria outbreak at the evacuation


center.
________ 5. Dengue is carried by mosquitoes which live in dirty and
moist areas.

Your heredity, lifestyle, and environment are contributing


factors of diseases.
Heredity includes the genes you inherit from your parents.
Lifestyle refers to your health practices
Environment includes your surroundings and all its elements.

Activity 2: Friend or Foe


Classify the items below.
Which are like friends who can make us healthy?
Which are like foes who can make us sick?
Write in the appropriate column.
Rest

Smoking

Clean body

Immunization

Germs

Polluted air

Dirty water

Check-ups

Exercise

Balanced diet

Household pests

Abnormal Tissues

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FRIENDS

FOES

1. _______________________

1. ___________________________

2. _______________________

2. ___________________________

3. _______________________

3. ___________________________

4. _______________________

4. ___________________________

5. _______________________

5. ___________________________

6. _______________________

6. ___________________________

Lets Check!
Maze for Health
Complete the maze below.
Write along the maze 5 items that can make you healthy.
Write on the Stop signs 3 items that can make you sick.

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Lesson 4: Be Healthy with Clean Body

ng

Lets Try!

Sing a Song
Sing the song to the tune of Clap your Hands

Cleanup your Body


Brush your teeth so gaily, gaily, gaily
Brush your teeth so gaily,
Brush, brush, brush
Wash your face so gently, gently, gently
Wash your face so gently
Wash, wash, wash
Comb your hair so lightly, lightly, lightly
Comb your hair so lightly
Comb, comb, comb

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Lets Do This!
Activity1: Cleaning is Fun!
How do these items help you?
Describe how each item below helps you.
1.

3.

___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

4.

__________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________

Activity 2: Check for Health


Put a check () inside the box if the statement is a hygienic
practice and (X) if it is not.

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1. Luis washes his feet before going to bed.


2. Ali bites his nail when bored and nervous.
3. Carlo brushes his teeth after every meal.
4. Leo takes a bath only when it is a sunny day.
5. Ana always washes her long and shiny hair.
6. Juan takes off his slippers when playing outside.
7. Kat changes her favorite dress every other day.
8. Patrick washes his hands before and after eating.
Activity 3: Post for Health
Make a poster on ways to keep the body clean.

One way for you to prevent catching common childhood


diseases is to maintain proper hygiene at all times.

Lets Check!
Self-Checklist
Check the appropriate column for your health behaviour. Do this
in your notebook.

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Healthy Practices

Always

Sometimes Never

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

I take a bath.
I wash my hair.
I clean my face.
I brush my teeth.
I change my clothes.
I cut my nails regularly.
I change my underwear.
I consult a doctor twice a
year.
9. I wash my wash after using the
toilet.
10. I wash my hands before and
after eating.

Lets take note


Health is personal. You are the one responsible for your own
health.

Lets Do this at Home

Collage for Hygiene


Collect pictures proper hygiene practices. Make a collage and
paste it on a card board. Give a title to your work.

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Lesson 5: Build up for a Healthy Fight


Lets Try!
Being Active Is Fun!
Look at the pictures. Imitate the movement of each animal.

Stretch like a cat

Run like a gorilla

Jump like a bunny

Walk like a spider

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Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Get Physical Pyramid
List your physical activities.
Write appropriate activities for each level.
Make sure to follow the pyramid for your health.
Do this in your notebook.

Cut down
2-3x a week
3- 5x a week
Everyday

Activity 2: Balanced Diet with Pyramid and Plate


Study at the Food Plate and Food Pyramid below.
I need at least 30-60 minutes of daily physical activities to
maintain a healthy body.

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Complete your healthy plates for a day based on the food plate
and food pyramid above. Draw this in your notebook.

Activity 3: Get Enough Rest and Sleep


Now, lets check your bedtime for a week.
Record your bedtime and wakeup time daily.
Ask your parents to sign in the last column.
DAY

BEDTIME

WAKE-UP
TIME

Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
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HOURS OF
SLEEP

PARENTS
SIGNATURE

My body needs enough rest and sleep to be healthy.


Children like me need 10-11 hours of sleep at night.
I also need to rest after doing a physical activity so that my
body can regain strength.

Lets Check!
Crossword Puzzle Time
Answer the puzzle below.
Vertical (Down)
1. Basic exercise that uses legs and feet
2. Nutrients found in fruits
5. Fun activities outside
Horizontal
3. Opposite of being weak
4. You must do it every night

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1.

2.
3.

4.

5.

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Lesson 6: Get Protection for your Health


Lets Try!
Read aloud
Read the dialogue between Roy and Eva.

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Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Get Rid of Germs
What are the diseases that
immunization? Color them.

can

be

prevented

through

Immunization gives protection against specific diseases. I must


have complete immunization. I can go to the barangay health
care center for free immunization.

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Activity 2: Know Your Immunization Record


Ask your parents what immunizations you have had.
List them in your notebook.

My Immunization

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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Lets Check!
Immunization Core
Why is Immunization important? Write 1-2 sentences below.

Content(3)
Structure (2)
Total (5)

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Lesson 7: Clean-up for Healthy Environment


Lets Try!
Community Check-up
Look around your community.
Write in the circles the things that make your community healthful.
Write outside the circles the things that make it unhealthful.
Do this in your notebook.

Lets take note


A healthy environment ________________________________________
___________________________________________________________.

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Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Cleaning-up
Circle the pictures that show ways to keep the surroundings clean.

Lets take note


Everybody must take part in keeping our environment clean.
A healthy environment makes people healthy..

Activity 2: Clean-up Promise


Make a promise on how you will keep your surroundings clean. Do
this in your notebook.

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Content (3)____
Structure(2)____
Total(5)________

Lets Check!
Draw a picture of ways you can keep your environment clean.
Your work will be marked as follows:
Content-----6 pts.
Creativity2 pts.
Neatness2 pts.

Lets Do this at Home


Observe the surroundings of your house.
Describe it. Are your surroundings healthy?
Write a plan on how you can keep your home surroundings
healthy.
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Lesson 8: Healthy Choice

Lets Try!

Poem Reading
Read the poem and try to act it out.

Life is What We Make It


by Minerva C. David
In life we always make
A choice we have to take.
It may be good or bad,
Be happy or be sad.
Healthy foods, we must eat,
Bad habits we must beat.
Smoking and drinking,
Not good for our well-being.
Life is what we make it.
We can be sick or fit,
Follow health practices,
Say goodbye to diseases.

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Lets Do!
Activity 1: Healthy Habits
Encircle the pictures that show healthful habits.

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Activity 2: Healthy Story


Use the pictures to make a short story about healthful practices.
Write your answers in your notebook.
Healthy and Happy Together

Lito and Sila always help in _____(1)_______


the house. They make sure that their surroundings are clean. They also keep
their bodies clean.
Before eating, Sila _______(2)_____________.
Sila loves to eat________(3)____________

They keep their bodies fit by ___(4)______ .

They also have regular_________(5)_________.

They are happy and healthy children.

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and Lito too.

Activity 3: Checklist for the Parents


Ask your parents to put a check in the box that matches your
lifestyle. Copy and do this in your notebook.
Lifestyle
YES
NO
1. Take a bath daily.
2. Play all day long.
3. Drink milk everyday.
4. Stay up late every night.
5. Eat fruits and vegetables.
6. Help in household chores.
7. Sleep for 8-10 hours daily.
8. Watch TV most of the time.
9. Drink softdrinks after every meal.
10 . Play video games during free time.
______________________________
Parents Signature
Activity 4: Healthful Prayer
Write a short prayer for good health and for you and your family.

DearGod

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Lets Check!
Daily Record
Record your daily activities. Check if they are healthful for you.

MY DAILY ACTIVITIES
What I Eat
Breakfast: _________________________
Lunch: ____________________________
Dinner: ____________________________
My Active Games
I walk _____________________________
I run ______________________________
I play _____________________________

My Rest and Sleep


I rest when I am ______________________
I slept at_____________________ last night.
I woke up at ______________.
I slept for ______________ hours.

33

HEALTH
Learners Materials
UNIT 3

This instructional material was collaboratively


developed and reviewed by educators from public
and private schools, colleges, and or/universities. We
encourage
teachers
and
other
education
stakeholders to email their feedback, comments, and
recommendations to the Department of Education
at action@deped.gov.ph.

Department of Education
Republic of the Philippines

Health Grade 3
Learners Material
First Edition, 2013
ISBN: 978-971-0468-21-8
Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall
subsist in any work of Government of the Philippines. However,
prior approval of the government agency or office wherein the
work is created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for
profit. Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as
a condition the payment of royalties.
Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, picture,
photos, brand, names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are
owned by their respective copyright owners. The publisher and
authors do not represent nor claim ownership over them.
Published by the Department of Education
Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC
Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D.
Development Team of the Learners Material
Reviewers: Mark Kenneth S. Camiling, Rhodora L. Formento, Evelina M.
Authors:

Vicencio
Rizaldy R. Cristo, Minerva C. David, Aidena Nuesca, Jennifer E.
Quinto, Gezyl G. Ramos, Emerson O. Sabadlab

Illustrator: Eric de S. Guia, Fermin M. Fabella, Raemon C. Dela Pea


Encoders: Danica Nicole G. Baa
Proof reviewer: Salvacion Olinares
Focal Person: Nerisa M. Beltran
Department of Education Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (Dep Ed IMCS)
Office Address:

5th Floor Mabini Bldg. DepEd Complex


Meralco Avenue, Pasig City
Philippines 1600

Telefax:

(02) 634 1054 or 634 1072

E mail Address:

imcsetd@yahoo.com

Table of Contents

Quarter 3 Consumer Health

Lesson 1: Be a consumer ..................................................... 5


Lesson 2: My healthy choice .............................................. 8
Lesson 3: Be wise, be healthy ............................................. 11
Lesson 4: My consumer rights ............................................. 17
Lesson 5: Lets practice our rights ...................................... 21
Lesson 6: I am responsible ................................................... 24
Lesson 7: Information: good for me and you ................... 26

QUARTER 4

INJURY
PREVENTION
AND SAFETY
LEARNERS MATERIAL

INTRODUCTION:
Every day you make decisions as to what food to buy and things
to use. Sometimes you chose things because this is what you like
and sometimes you dont have any choice since these are
bought by your parents. You also see television commercials and
posters that can influence what to buy. In this module, you will
learn how to be intelligent consumer so that you can make the
right decisions to ensure your health. You will also learn that you
also have responsibilities and must not make choices without
considering some things. Enjoy the activities.
Lesson 1: I am a Consumer!

Lets Do This!

Activity 1: Im a Consumer!
Describe a consumer. Write your answers inside the boxes.

Activity 2: What Did I Use Yesterday?


Write the products and services you used yesterday. Then write
the reasons for using these.
Products

Reasons for Using

Services

Reasons for Using

Lets Remember!

Fill the boxes with the parts of consumer health. Give examples of
health products, services and information.
CONSUMER HEALTH

Examples:

Examples:

Examples:

LetsCheck!

I. Label the pictures. Write HI for Health Information, HP for Health


Product and HS for Health Service. Do this in your notebook.
1

II. Fill in the blank to describe a consumer. (5 pts)


A consumer is __________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
Rubrics: Content (3 pts.) ____________
Structure(2 pts.) ____________

Lesson 2: My Healthy Choice

Lets Do This!

Activity 1: Name It!


Label the pictures that helped you choose health products
and services. Write the health product that you bought and used
beside each picture.
1.

2.

3.
4.

5.

Lets Remember!

Write in the circles the factors that influence you in choosing


products and services.

Factors that Influence


Me in Choosing Products
and Services

d
Lets Check!
Identify the factors that influence the consumers in choosing
products and services. Choose your answers from the box below.
Likes Money

Feelings

Value

Other people and media

______________1. What the buyer wants


______________2. What is important for the buyer
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______________3. The happiness of the consumer in using the


product or service
______________4. What other people say
______________5. The price of the product or service

Lesson 3: Be Wise, Be Healthy

Lets Do This!
Read the story.
Mrs. Castro is a wise consumer. She plans and budgets what
to buy. She wants to buy school bags for her two children. She
asks the saleslady if the bags are on sale. She goes to different
stores to compare prices. She asks the sellers the things used in
making the school bags. She also studies the labels.
Answer the following questions;
1. What did Mrs. Castro do before buying the school bags?
2. How will you describe her as a consumer? Why?
Activity 1: My Field Trip Baon!
You are going on a school field trip. What are you going to buy?
You need to buy your snacks.
Select from the menu below.
Your parents gave you Php 50.00

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List your choices and their prices.


ITEMS

PRICES

TOTAL
I chose these because
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
____.

Lets Remember!

A wise consumer plans ahead what to buy and


budgets money.

12

Activity 2: Better Buy!


Which is a better buy?
Encircle the picture.

A wise consumer bargains.


A wise consumer compares the quality, price, and
use of products.

13

Activity 3: For Sale!


You are at the market.
Read the poster below.

Will you buy the Magic Notebook?


Encircle Yes or No. Why?

Yes / No, because.


___________________________________
___________________________________
___________________________________
____________

Lets Remember!

A wise consumer asks for information before buying.

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Lets Check!

What are the skills of a wise consumer?


Write around the star.

A wise consumer
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________

Lets Do this at Home


Write a letter of complaint regarding a defective product.
In your letter, tell

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Why you are writing


When you bought the product
how much you paid and the receipt number
whats wrong with the product
what you want to happen
____________________________
____________________________
____________________________

______________________________,
___________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________,
_____________________________

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Lesson 4: My Consumer Rights


Lets Try!

Study the picture carefully.

Lets Do!
Activity 1: Just Be Safe!

Look at the pictures.


Write the letter of the consumers right that is shown in the
picture. Write your answer in your notebook.

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A. Right to Choose

B. Right to Information

C. Right to Safety

D. Right to Basic Needs

18

Activity 2: Please Read!


Read the situations.
Identify the consumer right being exercised.
1. Father goes to the drugstore to buy medicine for his asthma.
His doctor prescribed the medicine. Before buying, he asks
the pharmacist questions about the medicine.
2. Ana buys bread for her brother Ali. She looks for the
expiration date.
3. Roy sees a toothpaste sign BUY 2 TAKE 1. He compares its
price with the regular price of one toothpaste.
4. Mother goes to the dentist. She reads the services offered at
the dental clinic.
5. Dina owns a sari-sari store. She sells rice, milk, sugar, salt and
other food needs of her neighbors.
Activity 3: A Toy to Buy
You want to buy a toy.
List five (5) questions in that you will ask before buying.

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Lets Remember!

As a consumer, I have the right to


-

Basic needs
Choose
Safety
Information

Lets Check!
I Practice My Rights!
Write down the activities that you do to practice your consumer
rights.

o
e

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Lets Do this at Home


Ask My Parents
Interview your guardian/parents.
Ask them to share an interesting experience in exercising their
consumer rights.
Be ready to share in class.
Lesson 5: Lets Practice our Rights
Lets Try!
List 5 things that you see at the school canteen. Provide the details
asked.
Items

Accepted by

Enriched with__ Expiry Date

DOH? Yes/No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1. What items are accepted by the Department of Health?
2. What ingredients re these enriched with? Are these safe to eat?
3. Why do we need to look for this information?

21

Lets Remember!

Fill in the balloon organizer with the different consumer rights.

Lets Check!
What consumer right is being described? Write it on the blank
provided. Choose your answer from the box.
representation
redress
consumer education
healthy environment

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1. You bought canned milk from the grocery store. You found out
that the milk expired 3 months ago so you returned it. You
practiced the right to ______________________.
2. The Barangay Council of Barangay Maliwanag passed a
resolution that a young boy or girl of your age should not be sent
to buy alcoholic drinks and cigarettes. This shows the right
to______________________.
3. A poster shows the prices of generic medicines are lower than
those the branded ones. This supports the right to
__________________.
4. A fast food store uses paper bags, paper cups and paper plates
in serving their costumers. They use these to lessen the problem of
trash. This supports the right to _________________________.
5. You ask for a replacement of the defective toy car you bought
at a department store. This shows your right to
______________________.

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Lesson 6: I am Responsible

Lets Do!

Activity 1: Am I a responsible consumer?


Read the situations draw a smiling face if it shows being a
responsible consumer and a sad face if not.
1. Ask to the seller questions about the use
of the product
2. Buy a pen immediately without asking
about the price at other stores
3. Ask whether some endangered plants or
animals were used in making the
product.
4. Do nothing even if the toy your mother
bought was defective upon opening.
5. Buy things at a nearby store even
though you know prices are more
expensive than other store
6. Complain why the store is no longer
gives plastic bags for the things you
bought
7. Join a group filing a complaint against a
store that sells expired products.
8. Buy only what you need especially after
natural disasters.

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Lets Remember!

Fill in the shape organizer with the responsibilities of a consumer.

Lets Check!

Identify the responsibility of the consumer in the given situation.


Write your answer on the blank.
1. Nena asks the seller about the price and the use of the
product she buys. ______________________
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2. Mang Ramon segregates the biodegradable from nonbiodegradable materials. _______________________


3. Aling Corazon and her friends organize a group to protect
their interests as consumers. ________________________
4. Donna complains about the defective products she
receives. _____________________
5. Father does research on the effects of the product he wants
to buy.
_______________________
Lesson 7: Information: Good for Me and You

Lets Do!
Check the box if the government agency is reliable a source of
health information.

26

Activity 2: How Do I Choose The Right Source of Information?


Check if the ad is reliable, and draw a cross (X) if it is not.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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Which printed materials are reliable sources of health information?


Activity 2: Lets Hear it from the Experts
Fill the graphic organizer. Write the health professionals who are
sources of information

Reliable
Sources of
Information

Who are the professionals that give us reliable information on


health?

Lets Remember!

The sources of reliable information are government agencies, health


professionals and printed materials.

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Lets Check!
A. Study the pictures. Check ( / )the reliable sources of
information.

1.

4.
______________________

________________________
2.

______________________

5.
______________________

3.

6.

______________________

____________________

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HEALTH
Learners Materials
UNIT 4

This instructional material was collaboratively


developed and reviewed by educators from public
and private schools, colleges, and or/universities. We
encourage
teachers
and
other
education
stakeholders to email their feedback, comments,
and recommendations to the Department of
Education at action@deped.gov.ph.

Department of Education
Republic of the Philippines

Health Grade 3
Learners Material
First Edition, 2013
ISBN: 978-971-0468-21-8
Republic Act 8293, section 176 states that: No copyright shall
subsist in any work of Government of the Philippines. However, prior
approval of the government agency or office wherein the work is
created shall be necessary for exploitation of such work for profit.
Such agency or office may, among other things, impose as a
condition the payment of royalties.
Borrowed materials (i.e., songs, stories, poems, picture, photos,
brand, names, trademarks, etc.) included in this book are owned by
their respective copyright owners. The publisher and authors do not
represent nor claim ownership over them.
Published by the Department of Education
Secretary: Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC
Undersecretary: Dina S. Ocampo, Ph.D.
Development Team of the Learners Material
Reviewers: Mark Kenneth S. Camiling, Rhodora L. Formento, Evelina M.
Authors:

Vicencio
Rizaldy R. Cristo, Minerva C. David, Aidena Nuesca, Jennifer E.
Quinto, Gezyl G. Ramos, Emerson O. Sabadlab

Illustrator: Eric de S. Guia, Fermin M. Fabella, Raemon C. Dela Pea


Encoders: Danica Nicole G. Baa
Proof reviewer: Salvacion Olinares
Focal Person: Nerisa M. Beltran

Department of Education Instructional Materials Council Secretariat (Dep Ed IMCS)


Office Address:

5th Floor Mabini Bldg. DepEd Complex


Meralco Avenue, Pasig City
Philippines 1600

Telefax:

(02) 634 1054 or 634 1072

E mail Address:

imcsetd@yahoo.com

Table of Contents

Quarter 4 Injury Prevention/Safety


Lesson 1: Keep Safe with Road Signs ................................ 5
Lesson 2: Crossing the Street Safely ................................... 9
Lesson 3: Safety at Loading and Unloading Zones ......... 12
Lesson 4: Safety First Inside a Vehicle ................................ 16
Lesson 5: Unsafe Roads ....................................................... 20
Lesson 6: Hazards in the Community ................................. 24
Lesson 7: Be Alert .................................................................. 26
Lesson 8: I Want to be Safe ................................................. 28

QUARTER 4

INJURY PREVENTION
AND SAFETY
4

INTRODUCTION:
A young child like you enjoys to explore things and different places
whether this be at home, in school or in the community. This module
helps you learn how to be a safe passenger and pedestrian, so you
can avoid accidents as you go about your daily activities. Activities
will also show you some common community hazards and what you
need to do when this happens. So now get ready and learn how to
ensure your safety.
Lesson 1: Keep Safe with Road Signs
Lets Try!
Procedure: Study the pictures below and rearrange the letters and
identify the meanings of the following colors in traffic rules:

T O SP

RED

WINRANG

YELLOW

OG

GREEN

Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Identify road signs in Column A and draw a line to
connect their meanings in Column B.

Lets Remember!

Sing the song to the tune of Roll Over The Ocean, Roll Over The
Sea. Create and use actions while singing the song.

STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN


Stop, stop, stop before you cross the
street (2x)
look, look, look while crossing down the
street
Stop and look while crossing down the
street
lalalalisten to the driver, look well at
the street
listen to the noise before you cross the
street

Lets Check!
Complete the sentence below.

It is important to follow traffic road signs because


______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________
______________________________________

Lets do this at home!


My Road Signs Mobile
Look for at least 3 road signs you will see as a pedestrian on your
home. Draw it in your notebook.

Lesson 2: Crossing the Street Safely


Lets Do This!
Activity 1:
Study the picture below and identify the pedestrians.

Activity 2: Which is safe?


Check () the picture below which shows safe practices for road
safety. Explain your answer.

10

Lets Check!
How often do you practice being safe on the street? Check () the
appropriate column.
Road Safety Practices as
Pedestrian
Follow traffic rules and signs

Always Often Sometimes Never

Be alert when crossing the


street.
Use the pedestrian lane in
crossing the street.
Stop first before crossing the
street.
Stop in the middle of the road.
Listen and watch carefully for
approaching vehicles.
Cross the street when the traffic
light is green.
Play with friends when crossing
the street.
Look right and left when
crossing the street.
Wear bright clothes especially
at night if you will nee to cross
the
street.

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Lesson 3: Safety at Loading and Unloading Zones


Lets Try!

Study the two pictures and spot the difference.

12

Lets Do This!
Activity 1: Safe Passengers
Have you seen these road signs? What do these mean?

13

Activity

Lets Remember!
1: Dont
be in a hurry!

Lets recite the poem.

Road Safety
By Aidena L. Nuesca

We can all be safer


If we follow all the safety rules;
Theres nothing we can never do
Never can do anything at all
Discipline, being safe is important
While we are riding, walking and waiting
Rules of the road we will obey
We shall all be accident free
Rules of the road we will obey
We shall all be accident free

14

Lets Check!
Which are safe practices when getting in and out of a vehicle?
Encircle thumbs-up if you agree and thumbs-down if you dont.
1. Wait for a ride at the proper place for
passengers.

2. Get off the vehicle anywhere you want.

3. Fall in line while waiting for a vehicle.

4. Race with other people to get a ride.

5. Take care of your things throughout the trip.

Lets do this at home!


LOADING AND UNLOADING ZONE IN THE COMMUNITY
Look for the loading and unloading zones in your community. Draw
on your notebook the road safety signs in the area.

15

Lesson 4: Safety First Inside the Vehicle

Lets Try!
Read the poem.
THE KING OF THE ROAD
Aidena L. Nuesca
I am the king of the road, said the jeepney.
I can take you wherever you want to go;
I can take you there in a minute or two
Just relax and let me go.
I can take as many passengers as I can
Just cling to the bars, when I am full
Hold fast to my bars
If youre lucky youll be in school.

16

Lets Do!
Activity 1: Lucia and Her Family
Read the story below.
On Saturday morning, Lucia woke up with a smile. She is
excited to attend her cousins birthday party.

What happened in the story?


_______________________________________________________________
What saved the family from accident?
_______________________________________________________________
What is the lesson of the story?
_______________________________________________________________
Activity 2: What will happen?
Identify 2 common road accidents as passengers.
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Write ways to prevent these.

ACCIDENTS

PREVENTION

18

Lets Remember!

To avoid accidents, when I ride in any vehicle, I must:


- Choose to sit in the sidecar of the tricycle or at the middle if
in a car.
- Choose a place far from the entrance.
- Never put arms, hands and head outside the window.
- Be seated while the vehicle is moving.
- Always wear seatbelt if available.

Lets Check!

Look at the pictures.


Write a safety rule for every picture

______________________________________
______________________________________

______________________________________
______________________________________

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______________________________________
______________________________________

______________________________________
______________________________________

LESSON 5: Unsafe Roads

Lets Try!
Write in the box the different dangerous road situations in your
community.

Dangerous road
situations

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Lets Do This!
Read the news.

1 bata nasawi, 10 iba pa sugatan sa


aksidente sa kalsada
Isang bata ang nasawi at 10 iba pa ang nasugatan nang
mahulog sa gilid ng kalsada ang isang school bussa isang
lugar sa Maynila.
Sa impormasyon mula sa pulisya, sinabing naganap ang
aksidente dakong 5:00 a.m. sa isang madilim at ginagawang
kalsada.
Nawalan umano ng kontrol sa manibela ang drayber ng bus
na dahilan para mahulog ito sa gilid ng kalsada. Sinasabing
ang drayber ay lango sa alak bago naganap ang aksidente at
hindi nya sinunod ang kaukulang babalang nakalagay bago
tuluyang tumaob ang bus.
Isinugod naman sa hospital ang 10 nasugatan sa aksidente
para malapatan ng lunas.

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Activity 2: Road Hazards


Identify accidents that may happen when we do not follow
road signs.

If you are riding a vehicle and you see these road signs, what
will you do? __________________________________________________
22

Lets Remember!

To be safe on the road, I must always be on the lookout for


dangerous road situations like:
- Bent or curved roads, hills and blind corners
- Pot holes and open manholes
- Vehicles parked across footpaths
- Poor lighted streets at night
- Slippery road
- Road works/construction
- Be seated while the vehicle is moving.
- Always wear seatbelt when available.

Lets Check!
I. List at least 5 road hazards that you might see while you are on the
road.
1.____________________________________
2.____________________________________
3.____________________________________
4.____________________________________
5.____________________________________

II. Choose 1 hazard listed above and draw the road sign you can
follow to avoid road accidents.

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Lesson 6: Hazards in the Community

Lets Do!

Activity 1: What causes these?


Identify the causes of different community hazards.

Activity 2: I Should Know What to do!


Write at least 3 actions you will do if natural hazards happen in your
community.

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Natural Hazards
What I Know
Falling debris and
tendency for building
collapse caused by
Earthquake
Ash fall and lava slide
caused by volcanic
eruption

What I Will Do

Falling rocks caused


by landslide
Tsunami or storm
surge caused by
strong typhoon

Lets Check!
Which are safe practices for naturals hazards?
Put a

on the blank.

___1. I will swim in the flood.


___2. I will not panic if disaster strikes.
___3. I will walk alone in public places.
___4. I dont know our exact home address.
___5. I will watch flying objects during a typhoon.
___6. I will stay at home when there is a typhoon.
___7. I will throw garbage properly to avoid flooding.
___8. I know persons who can help me in case of emergency.
___9. I will listen to news updates on the weather conditions.

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___10. I will participate in barangay programs in cleaning the


community.

Lets Do this at Home


I am Safe at Home!
List at least 5 hazards in your home which can cause accidents if
natural disaster strikes.
Lesson 7: Be Prepared!
Lets Try!
Identify the natural disasters below and write safety rules that people
must follow.

Illusofvolcaniceruption

Tsunamiorstormsurge

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Lets Do this at Home


Make a contact of list of people you may call for help or report
community hazards.

Name

_____________________________________________

Contact Number

_____________________________________________

Address

_____________________________________________

Name

_____________________________________________

Contact Number

_____________________________________________

Address

_____________________________________________

Name

_____________________________________________

Contact Number

_____________________________________________

Address

_____________________________________________

Name

_____________________________________________

Contact Number

_____________________________________________

Address

_____________________________________________

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Lesson 8: I Want to be Safe!


Lets Try!
Answer questions.
1.

What will you do if you are alone and a stranger knocks on the
door?
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
2.
What will you do if a stranger offers you food?
____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________
3.

What will you do if you see a suspicious-looking person looking


in at your neighbors house?
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
4.
Which is a safe route to take in going home? Why?
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
5.

What will you do if someone harasses you and asks you to give
your money or things?
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________

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Lets Do!
Activity 1: Drawing Maps
What is a map?
You must have seen maps on television, newspapers or even your
textbook.
You can draw a map. It is a representation of the things you see
around you. A map includes:
Title - tells the what, where and when of the map
Legend - tells the meaning of the symbols that the mapmaker has
used to help represent the things in the area shown in the map
Orientation - marks the directions of the map
With the help of your teacher, draw a map of your village.
Three groups will work on the following:
Group 1- safe route for walking in the community
Group 2-trace places/people to go when seeking help
Group 3-trace route of places where to report suspicious looking
people
Activity 2: Safer Community
Describe and make a poster of preventive actions for a safe
community.

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