Lesson 5 – 25 minutes

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the role of an adult at the beach


  • No preparation needed.


  • Sit the participants in a group.
  • Ask the participants the following questions to generate a discussion:
    • Who goes to the beach with you? (Mum, Dad, friends, brothers, sisters etc).
    • Why is it important to always be at the beach with an adult? (So they can look after you).
    • What should the adult do when they are at the beach with you? (They should always stay within arms reach of you in the water, keep you safe).


  • Split participants into small groups.
  • Ask the participants to create a picture on the sand that shows an adult looking after them at the beach.
  • Participants can use sand and any items they find around the beach (seaweed, sticks, shells etc).
  • Give the participants 15min to complete their beach scene
  • After 15 minutes, get all the participants together and walk around each of the groups pictures discussing with them who the adult is and what they are doing.


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