On May 10, the Guangzhou Flood Control, Drought and Wind Prevention Headquarters issued a notice that from now until 24:00 on the 12th, all primary and secondary schools and kindergartens in Guangzhou will be closed, and work from home is advocated. The details are as follows: In addition to Guangzhou, other regions in Guangdong have also issued class suspension notices! Dear parents, according to forecasts, from May 10th to 13th, there will be sustained to heavy rainstorms in the city. The city is facing risks such as flash floods, geological disasters, floods in small and medium rivers, and urban and rural waterlogging. Here, I would like to remind all parents that defense should not be careless! Anti-drowning safety education for primary school students, etc., all-round protection of children\’s safety encyclopedia 100 lessons audio 1 What is a thunderstorm? Thunderstorm is a violent weather phenomenon caused by extremely unstable air conditions. It often brings strong winds, heavy rain, lightning, lightning strikes, and even hail or tornadoes, so it often causes disasters. When thunderstorms occur, there are usually raging winds, thunderstorms, severe flying sand and rocks, which can even uproot trees and lift off roofs. 2 Rainstorm warning signals and defense guidelines Blue warning Yellow warning Orange warning Red warning 3 Safety precautions for thunderstorms The ground is slippery when it rains, and safety accidents are prone to occur, so students should do ▼ in school 1. Do not play outdoors on rainy days. Follow the teacher\’s instructions. 2. Do not chase or fight in the classroom, stairs or corridors. 3. Avoid water pools on the ground and walk slowly. 4. When performing physical activities indoors, warm up well to ensure safety during exercise. 5. Keep to the right when going up and down stairs, without crowding or collision, and in an orderly manner. Outdoors 1. When walking outside on rainy days, avoid manhole covers on the street and try to stay away from the manhole covers to avoid falling into manholes when the manhole covers become loose or are washed away. 2. Try to choose bright and transparent umbrellas and raincoats to improve visibility and allow drivers to see you, thus avoiding traffic accidents. 3. When passing through an intersection, pay attention to the passing vehicles, and when walking on the roadside, stay away from the vehicles and maintain a safe distance. 4. When it rains heavily, do not stand under trees, billboards or telephone poles to take shelter from the rain. Avoid being struck by lightning or being hit by falling heavy objects. 5. When the rain is too heavy, you can find a relatively high place to take shelter from the rain, but you cannot take shelter in low-lying areas to avoid sudden floods and being unable to escape in time. 6. Do not play near puddles or ponds to avoid accidents. 7. When encountering water on the road, try not to walk into the water to avoid electric shock caused by wires falling off. 8. When encountering thunder and lightning on rainy days, do not go to high places, open fields, various open-air parking lots, sports fields, windward slopes and other places that are susceptible to lightning strikes. Is it necessarily safe to stay at home during a thunderstorm? In fact, there are many things you need to pay attention to at home▼1. Make sure to close the doors and windows to prevent lightning from entering the room. 2. Try not to use mobile phones or landlines to make calls, or use telephone lines to access the Internet. 3. During a thunderstorm, it is not advisable to use a shower, let alone a solar water heater, to avoid lightning strikes caused by incomplete lightning protection facilities. 4. Before a thunderstorm comes, parents should be asked to unplug the power plug to prevent TVs, computers, etc. from causing lightning to enter the room and damage electrical appliances. In addition to damaging electrical appliances, lightning strikes and other dangers may also occur. 4 A letter to parents Dear parents:With the arrival of the rainy season, many places in the province have recently experienced heavy rain, torrential rain and other weather conditions. The higher-level education department requires schools to attach great importance to it, strengthen defense, provide protection through multiple channels, educate students to pay attention to safety, and actively carry out flood prevention work. At present, our school has taken active actions to carry out safety education, carry out safety hazard inspections on campus and around the campus, and actively prevent the occurrence of safety accidents. We hope that parents will actively cooperate and strengthen their children\’s safety education, learn \”safety education micro-classroom\” knowledge with their children, and earnestly carry out safety education on preventing heavy rain, lightning, strong wind, and drowning. 1. Precautions for daily transportation of children 1. It is recommended to pay attention to the weather forecast every day. Parents who have long journeys need to carry raincoats or children\’s umbrellas and other rainproof tools with them. (Please do not bring umbrellas with sharp designs into the kindergarten to avoid safety accidents) 2. When school is over, if there is a thunderstorm, we will activate the emergency plan, and the class teacher will send a notice in the class group, please pay close attention to Pay attention and wait patiently at the designated place after school in Yuan Shang. 3. If you find that there are potential safety hazards around the school, please contact the school personnel or class teachers in time. 4. Parents are requested to comply with the school\’s entrance and exit management requirements when picking up and dropping off their children, queue up in a civilized manner, and be orderly, not crowded, not collisions, and avoid stampedes. 2. Pay attention to road walking and traffic safety 1. Do not walk on the motor vehicle lane when walking, but walk on the right side of the sidewalk. 2. Try not to block your eyes with umbrellas and raincoats to ensure clear vision and a clear view of the road. 3. When crossing an intersection, pay attention to the passing vehicles and do not compete with motor vehicles. 4. Drive slowly and do not rush for lanes or time to prevent traffic accidents. 5. Stay away from unknown waterlogged areas on rainy days to prevent electric shock and drowning. 3. Avoid accidental injuries such as slips and falls 1. Roads are slippery on rainy days. It is prohibited to chase or fight on the road, and walk slowly. 2. Educate children not to play or frolic in the rain, and to avoid slipping or falling. 3. Pay attention to electricity safety and prevent electric shock accidents. 4. During thunderstorms, take shelter in a safe place, do not take shelter under trees or telephone poles, and beware of lightning strikes. 5. Stay away from temporary buildings, fences, billboards, and houses in disrepair to prevent accidents. 4. Pay attention to lightning protection during heavy rain. How to prevent lightning strikes indoors? 1. Close doors and windows to prevent direct lightning strikes indoors and prevent the intrusion of side strike lightning and spherical lightning. 2. Do not use electrical appliances temporarily and unplug the power plug to prevent TVs, computers, etc. from causing lightning to enter the room, damaging electrical appliances and causing fire accidents. 3. Do not make phone calls, use showers or solar water heaters, do not go near indoor metal equipment or water pipes, do not wear wet clothes, and do not go near wet walls. Stay away from power lines and telephone lines to prevent these lines and equipment from causing secondary discharge to the human body. 4. Do not pull the wire used to dry clothes, bedding, etc. to windows or doors to prevent the wire from triggering lightning and causing casualties. How to avoid lightning strikes outdoors? 1. Stay away from tall towers, chimneys, flagpoles, hills, riversides, barbed wire fences, metal clotheslines, lonely trees, small isolated buildings without lightning protection devices, etc. You can\’t avoid thunderstorms under big trees. If you don\’tAs a last resort, you must keep at least 5 meters away from the tree trunk, squat down and keep your legs close. 2. Do not walk in the wilderness. When you must go out, it is best to wear rubber shoes and plastic raincoats; do not use umbrellas with metal poles, and do not carry tools with metal poles, such as shovels and hoes, on your shoulders. 3. Before being struck by lightning, you will suddenly feel your hair standing up or your skin trembling. At this time, you should immediately lie down on the ground, or choose a low-lying place to squat, put your feet together, hold your knees with your arms, and bend your head down to minimize the risk. Exposed side. Safety is no small matter, and hidden dangers are more serious than tigers. The safety education content of the first lesson of the school year, Lebi Yoyo\’s complete collection of popular science knowledge, 52 episodes of heavy rain, increase in safety hazards. Please pay attention to safety and let us work together to ensure the safety and healthy growth of children! ! !