I’m not going to lie to you.
This is a subject that gets my blood pressure mounting really fast.
The epidemic of drug overdose such as fake Fentanyl and Oxycodone is decimating our young men and women.
You’re from the law-enforcement family, you have been involved in devastating cases where you seen a 20 some years old person’s life end too soon.
On the front lines, you have felt the pain, the loss, anger with of families and love ones we have sworn to serve and protect.
Two years ago, a couple friends of mine tragically lost their 25-year son to a Fentanyl overdose.
Sadly, I’m short of comforting words for this loving family.
You can watch the video here.
I’m sure you have been touch by a similar story as well. One of your friends or familie you sworn to serve and protect has had a loss like that of my friends.
You too can’t sleep some night because you wonder what else you could have done, what is the sense of all of this.
It’s mind boggling to me how our society can focus on possible terror attacks (which is a serious threat) but almost completely ignore the real killer in our backyard.
I’m probably preaching to the choir here so I’ll get on with the purpose of his letter…
I have completed a booklet and video animation to warn kids about the danger of “laced” drugs and what drug dealers are doing to them.
I aimed this project at elementary grade kids, as most products already out there are for older kids.
Let’s warn our younger kids about the real and present dangers of street drugs.
This video presentation and booklet will make you look professional, with a well organized lesson plan, activity sheets and video.
Watch the video here:
The short, fast pace story boarding presentation will keep the kid’s attention for just under four minutes and the you can follow up with the worksheets and for sure, the ensuing discussion.
My booklet contains:
The article for kids “Is that really what you think it is?”. This is the written version of the narration from the video.
The page layout is stunning, it’s like a kids magazine, it prints just as great in black and white for multiple photocopying.
Included is a step-by-step lesson plan for grades 3-6 . Designed so even a rookie cop can deliver this lesson.
Of course, I have included three activity sheets, they’ll get the kids thinking and open up discussions.
This quality product is well worth your investment. Educational products on this topic, of that quality a basically non-existent for this age group.
Should you or your department want to look even more professional and want your Department’s Crest appear on the cover and footing of Magazine, drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org, I’ll price it out.
It’s well worth it and my price are down to earth.
Finally, I want kids to see this. Should your law-enforcement, first-responders or fire agency could honestly not afford afford this resource, even at my low price, click here and follow the instructions to get it for free.
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